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Monday September 02, 2002
11:16 AM

Test::Comprehensive 1.00

[ #7474 ]

Here's a little testing aid. It was inspired by brian d foy (http://use.perl.org/~brian_d_foy/journal/).

    $ cat t/01comprehensive.t
    use Test::Comprehensive;
    $ make test ...

When using this module in a test script, it goes through all the modules in your distribution, checks their POD, checks that they compile ok and checks that they all define the same $VERSION.

It defines its own testing plan, so you can't use it in conjunction with other Test::* modules in the same file. Therefore it's recommended that you just create a one-line test script as shown above.

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