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hide has been programming in Perl since 1998. Much of this time has been focused on system automation and data warehousing.

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Saturday March 26, 2005
10:20 PM

Test::Output 0.07

[ #23867 ]

Last night Schwern dropped in on #perl-qa and we began discussing some changes he’d like to see to Test::Output. As it turns out one of the things that he was interested in, I’d already been working on but had gotten stuck. Within a couple of seconds he gave me a working solution, and today it was implemented.

Directing STDERR to STDOUT using 2>&1 on the command line is quite common, it would be nice if Test::Output could provide the same function. Now it can.

The following functions have now been added to make this possible:

  • combined_is
  • combined_isnt
  • combined_like
  • combined_unlike
  • combined_from
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