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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I assume you've seen my posts about testing crap that goes wrong at $work?

    http://use.perl.org/~jk2addict/journal/31406 [perl.org]

    Unfortunately, most of the code is larger than would fit on a slide easily. The image tests are just -e $filename tests...the dup check is just a SELECT NAME, COUNT(*) AS TOTAL WHERE TOTAL > 1 kind of thing...the web page tests wouldn't make much sense outside of context...

    The excel import one might be interesting enough.
  • This is why I wrote Test::Net::Connect, Test::Symlink, Test::Unix::Group, and Test::Unix::User (http://search.cpan.org/~NIKC/ [cpan.org]). All designed to test the environment in which code will be running, rather than the code itself.