I've toyed with writing Perl tools so my modules could instead use the methodology of t/feature.t (a Perl script), t/feature.ok (the expected output), and "perl t/feature.t | diff t/feature.ok -".

This sounds very similar to the kind of test framework you can build up with Test::Base.


In reply to Re^2: When Test Suites Attack (text; diff) by adrianh
in thread When Test Suites Attack by Ovid

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