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Re^2: Right ways to get things done: improving Linux::LVM

by sandboxed (Sexton)
on Apr 15, 2008 at 11:59 UTC ( #680486=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Right ways to get things done: improving Linux::LVM
in thread Right ways to get things done: improving Linux::LVM

Thank you, moritz! I will follow this way, starting with the easier changes.

New questions about testing popped up now, so I will try to clear them through the appropiate Tutorials.

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Re^3: Right ways to get things done: improving Linux::LVM
by moritz (Cardinal) on Apr 15, 2008 at 12:24 UTC
    Another good source for testing information is extreme perl.

    It covers far more than that (it's an entire development model and philosophy), but the sections test driven design and unit testing might be interesting for you (and others).

      Thank you again!

      After reading a little at Extreme Perl about testing, I think I'll begin with Test::Tutorial, Test::Simple and finally Test::More.

      The perl debugger will be waiting for me too!

      UPDATE: The owner of the module didn't reply to my request, so probably it'll be a fork. This will multiply the job to do at least by 20. In a few weeks I'll tell him that I will be obliged to fork the module.

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