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As indicated here and here, Test::Unit appears to have been abandoned. Note that, unlike Perlish-mainstream Test:: modules, Test::Unit is not based on Test::Builder.

A common mistake I've seen from folks coming from a non-Perl xUnit background is to use Test::Unit in preference to the Perl-mainstream and much more widely used Test::Builder/TAP/Test::More/Test::Class set of modules ... only to regret that decision later. Have a read of the "Other Modules for xUnit Testing in Perl" section of the Test::Class documentation, which compares Test::Class with other xUnit-style Perl testing modules (including Test::Unit and Test::SimpleUnit).


In reply to Re: Unit Testing in Perl by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Unit Testing in Perl by skyknight

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