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    NAME

    prove -- A command-line tool for running tests against Test::Harness
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    prove [options] [files/directories]

    Options:

        -b, --blib      Adds blib/lib to the path for your tests, a la "use blib".
        -d, --debug     Includes extra debugging information.
        -D, --dry       Dry run: Show the tests to run, but don't run them.
            --ext=x     Extensions (defaults to .t)
        -h, --help      Display this help
        -H, --man       Longer manpage for prove
        -I              Add libraries to @INC, as Perl's -I
        -l, --lib       Add lib to the path for your tests.
        -r, --recurse   Recursively descend into directories.
        -s, --shuffle   Run the tests in a random order.
        -T              Enable tainting checks
        -t              Enable tainting warnings
            --timer     Print elapsed time after each test file
        -v, --verbose   Display standard output of test scripts while running them.
        -V, --version   Display version info
    
    

    Single-character options may be stacked. Default options may be set by specifying the PROVE_SWITCHES environment variable.  

    OVERVIEW

    prove is a command-line interface to the test-running functionality of "Test::Harness". With no arguments, it will run all tests in the current directory.

    Shell metacharacters may be used with command lines options and will be exanded via "glob".  

    PROVE VS. MAKE TEST

    prove has a number of advantages over "make test" when doing development.
    * prove is designed as a development tool
    Perl users typically run the test harness through a makefile via "make test". That's fine for module distributions, but it's suboptimal for a test/code/debug development cycle.
    * prove is granular
    prove lets your run against only the files you want to check. Running "prove t/live/ t/master.t" checks every *.t in t/live, plus t/master.t.
    * prove has an easy verbose mode
    prove has a "-v" option to see the raw output from the tests. To do this with "make test", you must set "HARNESS_VERBOSE=1" in the environment.
    * prove can run under taint mode
    prove's "-T" runs your tests under "perl -T", and "-t" runs them under "perl -t".
    * prove can shuffle tests
    You can use prove's "--shuffle" option to try to excite problems that don't show up when tests are run in the same order every time.
    * prove doesn't rely on a make tool
    Not everyone wants to write a makefile, or use ExtUtils::MakeMaker to do so. prove has no external dependencies.
    * Not everything is a module
    More and more users are using Perl's testing tools outside the context of a module distribution, and may not even use a makefile at all.
     

    COMMAND LINE OPTIONS

     

    -b, --blib

    Adds blib/lib to the path for your tests, a la ``use blib''.  

    -d, --debug

    Include debug information about how prove is being run. This option doesn't show the output from the test scripts. That's handled by -v,--verbose.  

    -D, --dry

    Dry run: Show the tests to run, but don't run them.  

    --ext=extension

    Specify extensions of the test files to run. By default, these are .t, but you may have other non-.t test files, most likely .sh shell scripts. The --ext is repeatable.  

    -I

    Add libraries to @INC, as Perl's -I.  

    -l, --lib

    Add "lib" to @INC. Equivalent to "-Ilib".  

    -r, --recurse

    Descends into subdirectories of any directories specified, looking for tests.  

    -s, --shuffle

    Sometimes tests are accidentally dependent on tests that have been run before. This switch will shuffle the tests to be run prior to running them, thus ensuring that hidden dependencies in the test order are likely to be revealed. The author hopes the run the algorithm on the preceding sentence to see if he can produce something slightly less awkward.  

    -t

    Runs test programs under perl's -t taint warning mode.  

    -T

    Runs test programs under perl's -T taint mode.  

    --timer

    Print elapsed time after each test file  

    -v, --verbose

    Display standard output of test scripts while running them. Also sets TEST_VERBOSE in case your tests rely on them.  

    -V, --version

    Display version info.  

    BUGS

    Please use the CPAN bug ticketing system at <http://rt.cpan.org/>. You can also mail bugs, fixes and enhancements to "<bug-test-harness@rt.cpan.org>".  

    TODO

    *
    Shuffled tests must be recreatable
     

    AUTHORS

    Andy Lester "<andy@petdance.com>"  

    COPYRIGHT

    Copyright 2005 by Andy Lester "<andy@petdance.com>".

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

    See <http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html>.


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    OVERVIEW
    PROVE VS. MAKE TEST
    COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
    -b, --blib
    -d, --debug
    -D, --dry
    --ext=extension
    -I
    -l, --lib
    -r, --recurse
    -s, --shuffle
    -t
    -T
    --timer
    -v, --verbose
    -V, --version
    BUGS
    TODO
    AUTHORS
    COPYRIGHT


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