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Manifest(3pm)         User Contributed Perl Documentation        Manifest(3pm)

       Test::Manifest - interact with a t/test_manifest file

               # in Makefile.PL
               eval "use Test::Manifest";

               # in the file t/test_manifest, list the tests you want
               # to run

       Test::Harness assumes that you want to run all of the .t files in the
       t/ directory in ascii-betical order during "make test" unless you say
       otherwise.  This leads to some interesting naming schemes for test
       files to get them in the desired order. This interesting names ossify
       when they get into source control, and get even more interesting as
       more tests show up.

       Test::Manifest overrides the default behaviour by replacing the
       test_via_harness target in the Makefile.  Instead of running at the
       t/*.t files in ascii-betical order, it looks in the t/test_manifest
       file to find out which tests you want to run and the order in which you
       want to run them.  It constructs the right value for MakeMaker to do
       the right thing.

       In t/test_manifest, simply list the tests that you want to run.  Their
       order in the file is the order in which they run.  You can comment
       lines with a #, just like in Perl, and Test::Manifest will strip lead-
       ing and trailing whitespace from each line.  It also checks that the
       specified file is actually in the t/ directory.  If the file does not
       exist, it does not put its name in the list of test files to run.

       Optionally, you can add a number after the test name in test_manifest
       to define sets of tests. See get_t_files() for more information.


           Run all of the files in t/test_manifest through Test::Har-
           ness:runtests in the order they appear in the file.

                   eval "use Test::Manifest";

       get_t_files( [LEVEL] )
           In scalar context it returns a single string that you can use
           directly in WriteMakefile(). In list context it returns a list of
           the files it found in t/test_manifest.

           If a t/test_manifest file does not exist, get_t_files() returns

           get_t_files() warns you if it can't find t/test_manifest, or if
           entries start with "t/". It skips blank lines, and strips Perl
           style comments from the file.

           Each line in t/test_manifest can have three parts: the test name,
           the test level (a floating point number), and a comment. By
           default, the test level is 1.

                   test_name.t 2  #Run this only for level 2 testing

           Without an argument, get_t_files() returns all the test files it
           finds. With an argument that is true (so you can't use 0 as a
           level) and is a number, it skips tests with a level greater than
           that argument. You can then define sets of tests and choose a set
           to run. For instance, you might create a set for end users, but
           also add on a set for deeper testing for developers.

           Experimentally, you can include a command to grab test names from
           another file. The command starts with a ";" to distinguish it from
           a true filename. The filename (currently) is relative to the cur-
           rent working directory, unlike the filenames, which are relative to
           "t/". The filenames in the included are still relative to "t/".

                   ;include t/file_with_other_test_names.txt

           Also experimentally, you can stop Test::Manifest from reading file-
           names with the ";skip" directive. Test::Harness will skip the file-
           names up to the ";unskip" directive (or end of file)


           To select sets of tests, specify the level in the variable
           TEST_LEVEL during `make test`.

                   make test # run all tests no matter the level
                   make test TEST_LEVEL=2  # run all tests level 2 and below

           Creates the test_manifest file in the t directory by reading the
           contents of the t directory.

           TO DO: specify tests in argument lists.

           TO DO: specify files to skip.

           Returns the name of the test manifest file, relative to t/

       This source is part of a SourceForge project which always has the lat-
       est sources in CVS, as well as all of the previous releases.


       If, for some reason, I disappear from the world, one of the other mem-
       bers of the project can shepherd this module appropriately.

       Matt Vanderpol suggested and supplied a patch for the ;include feature.

       brian d foy, "<>"

       Copyright (c) 2002-2007 brian d foy.  All rights reserved.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

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