my ($dir_base, $flag_help, @loop_modules, $flag_verbose);
my $result = GetOptions(
'dirbase=s' => \$dir_base,
'loop=s' => \@loop_modules,
'verbose' => \$flag_verbose,
'help' => \$flag_help,
!$result or !$dir_base or $flag_help or [email protected]_modules
" --dirbase DIR (required) base directory for tests\n",
" --loop MODULE (required) loop modules to test\n",
" --verbose show some extra output\n",
" --help you're reading it\n",
POE::Test::Loops::generate($dir_base, \@loop_modules, $flag_verbose);
DESCRIPTIONPOE::Test::Loops contains one function, generate(), which will generate all the loop tests for one or more POE::Loop subclasses.
The ``SYNOPSIS'' example is a version of poe-gen-tests, which is a stand-alone utility to generate the actual tests. poe-gen-tests also documents the POE::Test::Loops system in more detail.
generate( $DIRBASE, \@LOOPS, $VERBOSE )Generates the loop tests. DIRBASE is the (relative) directory in which a subdirectory for each of the LOOPS is created. If VERBOSE is set to a TRUE value some progress reporting is printed.
POE::Test::Loops::generate( "./t", [ "POE::Loop::Yours" ], 1, );
AUTHOR & COPYRIGHTSee poe-gen-tests.