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I am using Test::More in conjunction with Test::WWW::Selenium to run automated web browser tests. I have read the info on the CPAN man page about Test::More but am struggling to get my head around the SKIP function.

In my script I have a test that checks if the title of a web page matches a regular expression that I have defined (shown below).

like($sel->get_title(), 'm/Broadband Connection \| Congratulations/', "Parental control hijack page was seen after the router was factory reset");

I would like to make it so if the title does not match the regular expression (and therefore that test fails), the following 3 tests after it are skipped.

I have a feeling its quite straight forward but I cant seem to get my head around how to do it.

Any help would be much appreciated and more info can be provided if needed.


In reply to Test::More - Skip following tests if one test fails by Doozer

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