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I'm Andy Lester, and I like to test stuff. I also write for the Perl Journal, and do tech edits on books. Sometimes I write code, too.

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Thursday July 17, 2003
02:20 PM

Test::Harness 2.29 is out

[ #13515 ]
I've just released Test::Harness 2.29, which should be what goes into the upcoming Perl 5.8.1. Its big new feature, such as it is, is that you can set HARNESS_OK_SLOW to true, and not have all the test counts spin by screen, but rather have them update only once per second. If you're on a slow connection, it can be a real time savings.

Personally, I'm just tired of seeing the numbers. At the day job, the project has 9968 tests, and I don't need to see all the spinning test counts any more...

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  • I keep thinking that I don't care about the passing tests, just that they pass. I do care about what failed and I want to see those. The proper answer is probably "use Test::Harness::Straps". But I agree.