This is a declarative specification‐style testing system for behavior‐
driven development (BDD) in Perl. The tests (a.k.a. examples) are named
with strings instead of subroutine names, so your fingers will suffer
less fatigue from underscore−itis, with the side benefit that the test
reports are more legible.
This module is inspired by and borrows heavily from RSpec
Revision history for Perl extension Test::Spec.
0.45 Mon May 7 10:08:13 EDT 2012
- Add support for TAP version 13.
Contributed by Michael G. Schwern (issue #11)
0.44 Mon Apr 30 11:04:00 CST 2012
- Allow shared_examples_for to be defined in any context.
0.43 Sat Apr 14 16:22:00 EST 2012
- Fixed runtests() to honor its contract to run only the examples specified
in its @patterns pa
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