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Answer: What are some good testing references?

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Effective Perl Programming, 2d ed ISBN 9780321496942, published in 2010, has a chapter on testing. It is not a tutorial on basic test techniques. It includes several multi-page examples; and covers topics such as mock objects, test-driven development, and a continuous build system.

Perl Medic, Transforming Legacy Code ISBN 9780201795264 from 2004, also has a chapter on testing. It provides short introductions to several Test:: modules; and a detailed description of how to build real test code with a well-written 15-page example.

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Re: Answer: What are some good testing references?
by Old_Gray_Bear (Bishop) on Dec 26, 2010 at 21:18 UTC
    Perl Testing, a Developer's Notbook by Langworth and Chromatic; [O'Reilly]

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