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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I don't necessarily use consecutive numbers, instead, I use three-digit numbers, with the first digit indicating a "category".

    This is from one distribution of mine.

    001_compile.t
    100_machine.t
    102_misc.t
    103_wix_component.t
    104_wix_fragment.t
    111_environment.t
    112_files_entry.t
    113_files_component.t
    114_files_directoryref.t
    115_startmenu.t
    116_registry.t
    117_directorytree.t
    118_icons.t
    119_createfolder.t
    120_feature.t
    121_files.t
    122_removefolder.t
    500_new.t
    800_perlcritic.t
    801_pod.t
    802_pod_coverage.t
    803_minimumversion.t
    804_manifest.t
    805_meta.t
    806_portability.t
    807_version.t
    899_prereq.t
    901_perl_589.t
    902_perl_5100.t
    903_perl_5101.t
    904_portable.t

    In this case, the 0xx tests are for compilation only, the 1xx tests do small portions of the distribution, the 5xx is an "overall" test, 8xx are author tests, and 9xx are long-running (we're talking hours) release tests that are guarded with an environment variable.

    To each his own, however.

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