And yet I've seen it catch real bugs in real code.

Sorry, but you'll have to explain to me how testing that perl can load a module detected a bug, that you would have missed by allowing perl to report:

Can't locate object method "new" via package "Some::Module" (perhaps you forgot to load "Some::Module"?) at...

?


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In reply to Re^5: Does anybody write tests first? by BrowserUk
in thread Does anybody write tests first? by amarquis

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