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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 18, 2002
08:57 AM

HTML::Lint and Test::HTML::Lint

[ #6449 ]
I just released HTML::Lint 1.10 to the CPAN. The distro now includes Test::HTML::Lint, which I whipped together very quickly last night, as a Test::More-style interface to HTML::Lint. Now you can programatically lint output from HTML-producing functions, like so:

my $html = foo();
html_ok( $html, 'foo() generated valid HTML' );

I'll be adding more to it, of course, but for now it's a start.

If it's not yet hit your CPAN mirror, you can also get it from sourceforge.

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