simple set of building blocks for unit and runtime testing
Test::Assertions provides a convenient set of tools for constructing tests,
such as unit tests or run-time assertion checks (like C's ASSERT macro).
Unlike some of the Test:: modules available on CPAN, Test::Assertions is
not limited to unit test scripts; for example it can be used to check if
output is as expected within a benchmarking script.
When it is used for unit tests, it generates output in the standard form
for CPAN unit testing (under Test::Harness).
Test::Assertions(User Contributed Perl DocumentTest::Assertions(3pm)
Test::Assertions - a simple set of building blocks for both
unit and runtime testing
#ASSERT does nothing
#ASSERT warns "Assertion failure"...
use Test::Assertions qw(warn);
#ASSERT dies with "Asserti
Test::Assertions:UseruContributed Perl Test::Assertions::Manual(3pm)
Test::Assertions::Manual - A guide to using Test::Assertions
This is a brief guide to how you can use the Test::Assertions
module in your code and test scripts. The "Test::Assertions"
documentation has a comprehensive list of options.
To use Test::Assertions f
Test::Assertions::TestScript - Base for test scripts
use Module::To::Test qw( frobnicate );
ASSERT(frobnicate(),"Frobnicate returns true");
Test::Assertions::TestScript provides a base for writing test
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