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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Even though it can be a little annoying to maintain the number (although updating this number sounds like a good feature for an editor to implement)

    Funny, I just added a feature to do that for emacs, it's in the latest release of my perlnow.el [obsidianrook.com].

    If you run a *.t file from inside of emacs using perlnow.el, you can then do a "perlnow-revise-test-plan" which changes the plan to match the number of tests you actually ran.