my $result = $self->lire_run( "echo Test" );
print scalar $result->sent_mail(), " emails were sent.\n";
DESCRIPTIONLire::Test::ComandResult objects are used to report the results of shell commands run through Lire::Test::FunctionalTestCase::lire_run().
command()Returns the shell command that was run. This is the complete command line which was interpreated by the shell.
status()Returns the command result status. (What is usually contained in $?).
stdout()Returns what was output on stdout while executing the command.
stderr()Returns what was output on stderr while executing the command.
sent_mail()Returns in an array reference the message that were sent out during this command run. The element of this array are hash reference containing two keys:
- An array reference containing the recipients as passed on the command line to sendmail.
- The email which was sent. This is the complete text of the email. This is what was passed to sendmail via STDIN.
VERSION$Id: CommandResult.pm,v 1.6 2006/07/23 13:16:31 vanbaal Exp $
AUTHORFrancis J. Lacoste <[email protected]>
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