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Re: Testing CLI commands on Windows machines

by marto (Archbishop)
on Sep 12, 2018 at 03:57 UTC ( #1222188=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Testing CLI commands on Windows machines

As a side note, you would benefit from using CI testing. You can use Travis_CI for OSX and Linux testing and AppVeyor for Windows. Automatic testing of various OS & perl versions before you release your module to cpan.

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Re^2: Testing CLI commands on Windows machines
by nysus (Vicar) on Sep 12, 2018 at 11:02 UTC

    Thanks, always wondered what those were. Will look into using them. Continuously uploading to cpan to try to address problems with other platforms is getting old.</>

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      Since no one has mentioned it yet, stevieb has an excellent meditation on setting up Travis-CI for Perl development with multiple versions of perl. I've used his writeup as the starting point for all my CI.

      It's pretty straightforward to setup, and really convenient in terms of getting emailed about failures and so on.

        How is it different from cpan testers?
Re^2: Testing CLI commands on Windows machines
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 12, 2018 at 05:11 UTC
    Whut ?

      Which part of the post do you have problems understanding?

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