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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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Monday June 28, 2004
05:11 PM

Test::WWW::Mechanize released

[ #19558 ]
It only makes sense that eventually I'd put out a WWW::Mechanize module that did testing, doesn't it?

Test::WWW::Mechanize is a subclass of WWW::Mechanize that incorporates features that make sense for doing web application testing. For example:

$mech->get( $page );
$mech->title_is( "Invoice Status", "Make sure we're on the invoice page" );
$mech->content_like( qr/Unpaid/ );

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  • I didn't need to write so much code for my column on checking website health [stonehenge.com]?
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    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • I really don't suggest putting actual code in your tests. Instead of:
      isa_ok(my $a = WWW::Mechanize->new, "WWW::Mechanize");
      use
      my $a = WWW::Mechanize->new;
      isa_ok( $a, "WWW::Mechanize" );
      I'm not telling you, Randal, but other peole who might be reading, so you don't have to argue with it. :-)
      --

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      xoa