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From Geoffrey Young <>
Subject Re: extending t_cmp to handle !t_cmp?
Date Mon, 29 Nov 2004 15:17:13 GMT

>> anyway, in the end I guess I wouldn't suggest moving to T::M entirely
>> just
>> yet.  but if you want to use it occasionally within certain tests I think
>> that's fine.
> Of course another alternative is to bundle a sufficient version of T::M
> under t/.

that's an idea.  so long as it's not installed with 'make install'.  or
indexed by cpan either, I suppose.

>> yeah, that's the issue for me - t_cmp() prints out too much cruft when
>> everything is just fine.
> agreed, and we could certainly change that to match T::M's behavior,
> *but* I still want to be able to force it to print the verbose output
> even when everything is fine.

yeah, that's a good idea.

> I prefer to first see the output and then write the comparison test than
> the other way around. I don't understand why T::M doesn't allow an
> option to force the verbose output.

I dunno the politics here, but it might make for a nice enhancement.  I'll
look into it.


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