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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You might not want to use sprintf and the string form of pipe open. Think what happens when you get a file name containing spaces, or asterisks, or pipe characters, or anything else that's special to the shell (yes, I actually had such names: one of my applications used TT2 to generate documents, and the file names themselves were expanded by TT2, so I had names like [% | filename %] - [% orders.last_number | format('%04d') %].txt )

    I'd suggest doing what find's exec option does: gobble up al

  • Excuse my ignorance on what features you already have...

    Does this thing have URI support yet?

    Can I say "Go test that URL that will spit you back TAP" and have it work?
    • This feature is not yet ready but I'm already getting email asking for it so I need to see if I can get this out the door by this weekend at the latest. My biggest obstacle, actually, isn't getting this feature to work (it's fairly simple), but getting TAPx::Harness output as similar as possible to Test::Harness output. I don't want to suprise users too much by making the output radically different, but I also have so much more information I can present, if they users want it (such as which tests unexpect