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Actually, I figured out how this could be done on my own.

I located the following link showing more Test Deep source code which helped: https://bitbucket.org/firdausderaman/nextbrm/src/80068228efeaaea657bdfb606defc4d6fbdf5d9a/lib/Test?at=master

Here's the solution for whoever may be interested in what the answer is.

Create a .pm file with the following contents:

package Test::Deep; use strict; use warnings; { *{array_each_orHash} = sub { require "Test/Deep/ArrayEachOrHash.pm"; my $obj = Test::Deep::ArrayEachOrHash->new(@_); return $obj; }; push(@Test::Deep::EXPORT, "array_each_orHash"); } 1;

Next create a folder called Test with a subfolder called Deep and then create a new file called ArrayEachOrHash.pm and put the following into it:

package Test::Deep::ArrayEachOrHash; use strict; use warnings; use Test::Deep::Cmp; sub init { my $self = shift; my $val = shift; $self->{val} = $val; } sub descend { my $self = shift; my $got = shift; my $result; if ( ref($got) eq "ARRAY" ) { my $exp = [ ($self->{val}) x @$got ]; $result = Test::Deep::descend($got, $exp); } else { my $exp = $self->{val}; $result = Test::Deep::descend($got, \%$exp); } return $result; } 1;

Now be sure to use the first pm module, whatever you named it, from your main source file and it should cause a new keyword to be available for Test::Deep to use called "array_each_orHash".


In reply to Re: Overloadding array_each when Unit testing with Test::Deep by willjones
in thread Overloadding array_each when Unit testing with Test::Deep by willjones

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