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Re: How to test exit?

by Sidhekin (Priest)
on Jun 05, 2007 at 21:22 UTC ( #619498=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to test exit?

Test::Trap! Shameless plug, yes indeed. But it does what you want:

$ cat trap_exit.t use warnings; use strict; use Test::More tests => 3; use Test::Trap; ok(require('test_exit.pl'), 'loaded'); trap{ killer() }; $trap->die_like( qr/hasta la vista baby/, q{Expected killer to die} ); trap{ exiter() }; $trap->exit_is( 42, q{Expected exiter to exit} );
$ prove -v test_exit.t test_exit....1..3 ok 1 - loaded ok 2 - Expected killer to die ok 3 - Expected exiter to exit ok All tests successful. Files=1, Tests=3, 0 wallclock secs ( 0.09 cusr + 0.00 csys = 0.09 C +PU)

print "Just another Perl ${\(trickster and hacker)},"
The Sidhekin proves Sidhe did it!


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