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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Monday November 15, 2004
03:04 PM

Class::PINT - finally on CPAN

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its taken a while but I have finally managed to package Class::PINT about ready for CPAN. I just uploaded it via pause, so it should be ready to download in an hour or so.

The documentation is pretty thorough, although I probably need to organise it a bit better and split into something like Class::PINT::tutorial, Class::PINT::Manual as TT has. (not that its as powerful, just that the many permutations take up a lot of pod to explain)

The tests are all skipped until I can check for a mysql test db.

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  • First, glad to see PINTS. I'm interested to see how it compares to my current favorite Class::DBI. I was sorely disappointed to not find it on CPAN (yet) after the last mention in your journal.

    CDBI uses SQLite for running tests, which works quite well for it. Don't know if that's an option for you, but it certainly increases the possibility an end user will be able to run the tests. I get a certain satisfaction seeing that a package has lots of tests and that they all pass. ;-)

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