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Test2::Tools::Tiny(3perl) Perl Programmers Reference Guide Test2::Tools::Tiny(3perl)

NAME

Test2::Tools::Tiny - Tiny set of tools for unfortunate souls who cannot use Test2::Suite.

DESCRIPTION

You should really look at Test2::Suite. This package is some very basic essential tools implemented using Test2. This exists only so that Test2 and other tools required by Test2::Suite can be tested. This is the package Test2 uses to test itself.

USE Test2::Suite INSTEAD

Use Test2::Suite if at all possible.

EXPORTS

ok($bool, $name)
ok($bool, $name, @diag)
Run a simple assertion.
is($got, $want, $name)
is($got, $want, $name, @diag)
Assert that 2 strings are the same.
isnt($got, $do_not_want, $name)
isnt($got, $do_not_want, $name, @diag)
Assert that 2 strings are not the same.
like($got, $regex, $name)
like($got, $regex, $name, @diag)
Check that the input string matches the regex.
unlike($got, $regex, $name)
unlike($got, $regex, $name, @diag)
Check that the input string does not match the regex.
is_deeply($got, $want, $name)
is_deeply($got, $want, $name, @diag)
Check 2 data structures. Please note that this is a DUMB implementation that compares the output of Data::Dumper against both structures.
diag($msg)
Issue a diagnostics message to STDERR.
note($msg)
Issue a diagnostics message to STDOUT.
skip_all($reason)
Skip all tests.
todo $reason => sub { ... }
Run a block in TODO mode.
plan($count)
Set the plan.
done_testing()
Set the plan to the current test count.
$warnings = warnings { ... }
Capture an arrayref of warnings from the block.
$exception = exception { ... }
Capture an exception.
tests $name => sub { ... }
Run a subtest.
$output = capture { ... }
Capture STDOUT and STDERR output.

Result looks like this:

    {
        STDOUT => "...",
        STDERR => "...",
    }
    

SOURCE

The source code repository for Test2 can be found at http://github.com/Test-More/test-more/.

MAINTAINERS

Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

AUTHORS

Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2019 Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/

2019-10-27 perl v5.30.1