Perl module to check that file names in a distribution are portable
Test::Portability::Files is used to check the portability across operating
systems of the names of the files present in the distribution of a module.
The tests use the advices given in perlport/"Files and Filesystems". The
author of a distribution can select which tests to execute.
To use this module, simply copy the code from the synopsis in a test file
named t/portfs.t for example, and add it to your MANIFEST. You can delete the
call to options() to enable only most common tests.
Test::PortabilityUserlContributed Perl Test::Portability::Files(3pm)
Test::Portability::Files - Check file names portability
eval "use Test::Portability::Files";
plan skip_all => "Test::Portability::Files required for testing filenames portability" if $@;
options(all_tests => 1); # to
libtest-portability-files-perl (0.05-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Jonathan Yu ]
* Applied a patch from Chris Dolan (RT#21631) to fix issue with setting
tests to false.
[ Nathan Handler ]
* debian/watch: Update to ignore development releases.
[ Damyan Ivanov ]
* Add debian/README.source to document quilt usage, as required by
Debian Policy since 3.8.0.
-- Jonathan Yu <frequen
Revision history for Test-Portability-Files
Bugfix: corrected test for special chars
Bugfix: disabled calling test_name_portability() on individual
Bugfix: now using ExtUtils::Manifest::maniread() to read MANIFEST.
Directory names are also tested in normal mode.
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