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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Your argument may or may not have merit, but PDF::API2 is a terrible example to make your point.

    Have you looked in the t/ directory of PDF::API2? Here, I'll save you the time:

    use Test;
    BEGIN { plan tests => 1 }
    use PDF::API2; ok(1);

    With no unit tests, a PASS is meaningless. Only a FAIL has any meaning at all.

    That said, I think PDF::API2 is good code and Fredo has been remarkably responsive in my experience, but my own not-really-competing CAM::PDF [cpan.org] library has unit tests with code coverage over 50% --