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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • And here's a neat page that shows how to map out your code coverage for failing and passing tests to show code that is likely to be involved with failed tests:

    Now, when I break a test, I usually know what I changed, so I'm not sure how useful this is for me. For the automated perl smoke tests, it could be cool, though the profiling bit would slow the tests down a lot.

    Anyway, just some cool stuff. See the related work on that site about using antialiasing for displaying massive amounts of data (including overviews of huge text documents) in fixed size windows.

    - Barrie