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geoff (2013)

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Sunday November 16, 2003
02:42 PM

Apache-Test bugreport

[ #15801 ]
in Apache-Test 1.06 Stas introduced a new cool feature that allows you to specify a banner (or other string) to be printed when a test fails under 'make test'. for instance, if any of the mod_perl 2.0 tests fail the end-user is greeted by

| Please file a bug report: |

the way you enable this feature is to define a bug_report() subroutine in your TEST.PL template. the only problem is, most people don't use a test template, instead calling Apache::TestRun->generate_script() to generate their test script.

the next release of Apache-Test (1.07) will include the ability to specify the failure string via a new bugreport argument to generate_script(), such as

Apache::TestRun->generate_script(bugreport => <<EOF);
---- YIKES ----

which will look like this if 'make test' fails

*** server localhost.localdomain:8529 shutdown
!!! error running tests (please examine t/logs/error_log)
---- YIKES ----
make: *** [run_tests] Error 1

of course, that's not a very useful message, but you can change it to point to rt, your documentation, or whatever - pretty useful, I think. anyway, it's checked in to cvs now, so give it a try.

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