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Good links there. Appreciate it.

In this theme, I went ahead and tried to setup an env similar to the layout described in this link:

StackOverFlow Complete build/unittest/codecoverage

couple of things that I did:

  • Created the layout described. Made directories for 'lib' and 't'.
  • Copied my script to lib. Flipped the extension to pm. Added a package statement to the script. Also added: __PACKAGE__->main( @ARGV ) unless caller();
  • Wrapped the main block of code, what I called the implied main, in sub main{...}

Then I was able to add a stanza to my test file.

my $my_dev_1 = sample::main("my-dev-1"); is($my_dev_1, "--- classes: - all - dev ", "my dev 1 test");

Not sure how I feel about the sample::main("my-dev-1"). Would appreciate some feedback on that to see if I am calling this correctly.

That said, I was able to generate code cover from this setup.

$ ./Build test
$ ./Build testcover

---------------------------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
File                           stmt   bran   cond    sub    pod   time  total
---------------------------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
blib/lib/             97.4   91.7    n/a  100.0    0.0  100.0   93.2
Total                          97.4   91.7    n/a  100.0    0.0  100.0   93.2
---------------------------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------

That processes pumps out a cover.html file that kinda aligns more with what I was hoping to see. The changes to the original code are not significant, but they are changes, more than what I was hoping to make, perhaps digging in harder on Test::Output would help.

In reply to Re^2: Looking for help for unit tests and code coverage on an existing perl script by tizatron
in thread Looking for help for unit tests and code coverage on an existing perl script by tizatron

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