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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The obvious case for lack of exit status is PHP, where they are streaming TAP over HTTP and the HTTP stream will just stop at some point...

    And anything else doing TAP over HTTP for that matter.

    • Wouldn't that just result in a 0 exit status, though? If we ignore a the exit status, we'd have to be doing that for a non-zero exit status, meaning that these don't matter.

      • Well, HTTP doesn't really HAVE an exit status to communicate, since it's SUPPOSED to be transactional... sort of.

        The stream just stops, there's no return value as such.