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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What about the return code of the stream? That's YAML, so you'd need a YAML parser. Then there's the whole discussion about the context: what if the status of the test is changed based on the context in which it was run? What if TAP changes? Say you have a TAP emitter which emits V14 and then it spawns another process that emits V15 and your V14 emitter is trying to capture that and nest it. Will the pass/fail rules you have for V14 work for V15?

    I'm still not convinced that having a TAP parser, even a really simple one, is a good idea for a TAP producer.