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Subject cvs commit: httpd-test/perl-framework/Apache-Test/lib/Apache Test.pm
Date Sat, 20 Oct 2001 10:35:33 GMT
stas        01/10/20 03:35:33

  Modified:    perl-framework/Apache-Test/lib/Apache Test.pm
  Log:
  - document the API that wasn't documented yet
  - adjust the existing docs to reflect reality
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.27      +53 -13    httpd-test/perl-framework/Apache-Test/lib/Apache/Test.pm
  
  Index: Test.pm
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-test/perl-framework/Apache-Test/lib/Apache/Test.pm,v
  retrieving revision 1.26
  retrieving revision 1.27
  diff -u -r1.26 -r1.27
  --- Test.pm	2001/10/16 20:30:57	1.26
  +++ Test.pm	2001/10/20 10:35:33	1.27
  @@ -185,7 +185,7 @@
   
   =head1 DESCRIPTION
   
  -B<Apache::Test> is a wrapper around the standard I<Test.pm> with
  +B<Apache::Test> is a wrapper around the standard C<Test.pm> with
   helpers for testing an Apache server.
   
   =head1 FUNCTIONS
  @@ -194,27 +194,67 @@
   
   =item plan
   
  -This function is a wrapper around I<Test::plan>.  If the first
  -argument is an object, such as an I<Apache::RequestRec> object,
  -C<STDOUT> will be tied to it.  If the last argument is a B<CODE>
  -reference, the tests will be skipped if the function returns false.
  -The I<Test.pm> global state will also be refreshed by calling
  -I<Apache::Test::test_pm_refresh>.  All other arguments are passed through
  -to I<Test::plan>. Examples:
  +This function is a wrapper around C<Test::plan>:
   
  -    # just like using Test.pm, plan 3 tests
       plan tests => 3;
   
  -    # if condition() returns false, all the tests are skipped. 
  -    # e.g.: skip all tests if LWP is not available
  -    plan tests => 5, \&have_lwp;
  +just like using Test.pm, plan 3 tests.
  +
  +If the first argument is an object, such as an C<Apache::RequestRec>
  +object, C<STDOUT> will be tied to it. The C<Test.pm> global state will
  +also be refreshed by calling C<Apache::Test::test_pm_refresh>. For
  +example:
   
  -    # first tie STDOUT to the request
       plan $r, tests => 7;
   
  +ties STDOUT to the request object C<$r>.
  +
  +If there is a last argument that doesn't belong to C<Test::plan>
  +(which expects a balanced hash), it's used to decide whether to
  +continue with the test or to skip it all-together. This last argument
  +can be:
  +
  +=over
  +
  +=item * a C<SCALAR>
  +
  +the test is skipped if the scalar has a false value. For example:
  +
  +  plan tests => 5, 0;
  +
  +=item * an C<ARRAY> reference
  +
  +have_module() is called for each value in this array. The test is
  +skipped if have_module() returns false (which happens when at least
  +one C or Perl module from the list cannot be found).
  +
  +=item * a C<CODE> reference
  +
  +the tests will be skipped if the function returns a false value. For
  +example:
  +
  +    plan tests => 5, \&have_lwp;
  +
  +the test will be skipped if LWP is not available
  +
  +=back
  +
  +All other arguments are passed through to I<Test::plan> as is.
  +
   =item ok
   
   Same as I<Test::ok>, see I<Test.pm> documentation.
  +
  +=item sok
  +
  +Allows to skip a sub-test, controlled from the command line.  The
  +argument to sok() is a CODE reference or a BLOCK whose return value
  +will be passed to ok(). By default behaves like ok(). If all sub-tests
  +of the same test are written using sok(), and a test is executed as:
  +
  +  % ./t/TEST -v skip_subtest 1 3
  +
  +only sub-tests 1 and 3 will be run, the rest will be skipped.
   
   =item skip
   
  
  
  

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