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$ prove t/library/past*.t
t/library/pastpattern.t ............. ok         
t/library/pasttransformer.t ......... ok   
t/library/pasttransformerdynamic.t .. ok   
t/library/pastwalker.t .............. ok   
t/library/pastwalkerdynamic.t ....... ok   
All tests successful.
Files=5, Tests=2161, 18 wallclock secs ( 0.38 usr  0.05 sys + 16.40 cusr  0.66 csys = 17.49 CPU)
Result: PASS

2,161 as of right now. That number is probably about to go up significantly as I've recently re-factored the code in question a lot, and I haven't written new tests for some of the new functionality.

It's Not Quite a Perl project, although it is a Not Quite Perl 6 project. It's a optimization and analysis framework, originally for Parrot Abstract Syntax Trees(which Parrot's Compiler Tools framework uses), but now rather easy to extend to any tree-like data structure.

In reply to Re: What is the largest number of tests you have created for a single project you have worked on? by tcurtis
in thread What is the largest number of tests you have created for a single project you have worked on? by atcroft

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