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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Friday September 05, 2008
05:50 AM

Catalyst and Test::Aggregate

[ #37361 ]

Florian Ragwitz now has co-mainternship of Test::Aggregate. This is due to me not having enough time for it, but Catalyst needing it to speed up their test suite.

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  • From that test file t/aggregate.t you linked to, wouldn't

    my $tests = Test::Aggregate->new({
        dirs => 't/aggregate',
    });

    make "prove -r t" run all the tests in t/aggregate twice? One time as regular test files, one time aggregated.

    The dir with aggregated tests needs to live next to t.

    • I'm not quite sure if that's really what i want to do.

      I tried to make test aggregation optional. Currently, if you don't have the required version of Test::Aggregate installed or explicitly disable aggregation, t/*.t (excluding t/aggregate.t) and t/aggregate/*.t will be run. prove -r t would work too after telling t/aggregate.t to check for the presence of Test::Aggregate.

      When moving t/aggregate out of t/ prove -r t won't do what you usually want in case you don't have Test::Aggregate.

      I have no idea which o