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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I want to get automated tests going in our shop, and I'd like to frame your points 1 and 2, and put them on the wall.

    • Sure, go ahead. Point #2 is in one of my presentations at http://petdance.com/perl/ [petdance.com]. I also made a slightly different version that was less code-intensive if that would help.

      Heck, I'll come talk to your user group about testing, if you want...

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      xoa

      • by JerseyTom (4955) on 2004.03.22 23:19 (#29545)
        I can't agree more. Testing is underappreciated in coding, as well as in system administration. I've seen people do major upgrades without doing any testing afterwords. ugh. (and if it's a good enough test to do after an upgrade, why isn't it automated and added to your Nagios configuration?)

        Oh well. I'm preaching to the converted.