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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • One could have some sort of bogus SMTP server running that would save the reports to file. Then another script to ftp them off and dispatch.

    You can always hack Test::Reporter to use a non-standard SMTP port

    • Oh so is Test::Reporter the one that actually sends out the reports when using YACSmoke ?

      thanks for the direction

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      • Yeah, CPAN::YACSmoke is basically a control wrapper for CPANPLUS, which in turn uses Test::Reporter to actually send the test reports.

        Test::Reporter uses Net::SMTP by default, or Mail::Send if it finds it installed. You can force Test::Reporter to totally ignore Mail::Send by changing a line in it's source file:

        sub FAKE_NO_MAIL_SEND() {0}

        to:

        sub FAKE_NO_MAIL_SEND() {1}

        CPANPLUS can be made to pass a specific mail relay to Test::Reporter to use with the cpantest_mx config option.