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TAP::Formatter::HTML has a large number of dependencies. Run this script:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use CPAN; CPAN::Shell->install( "accessors", "ExtUtils::ParseXS", "Module::CoreList", "Module::Load", "Params::Check", "Module::Load::Conditional", "Locale::Maketext::Simple", "IPC::Cmd", "ExtUtils::CBuilder", "Perl::OSType", "IO::Dir", "Version::Requirements", "Exporter", "CPAN::Meta::YAML", "JSON::PP", "Parse::CPAN::Meta", "CPAN::Meta", "version", "Module::Metadata", "Module::Build", "AppConfig", "File::Temp", "File::Spec", "Scalar::Util", "Template", "MIME::Base64", "Test::More", "URI", "Test::Harness", "TAP::Formatter::HTML");
Then run this:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use TAP::Harness; use TAP::Formatter::HTML; my $fmt = TAP::Formatter::HTML->new; my @tests = glob('*.t'); my $harness = TAP::Harness->new( { formatter => $fmt, merge => 1 } ); $fmt->output_file('output.html'); $harness->runtests(@tests);

In reply to Re^3: Cannot redirect HTML output to a file using TAP::Formatter by Khen1950fx
in thread Cannot redirect HTML output to a file using TAP::Formatter by mkhan

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