Test::AutoBuild::Command - The base class for executing commands
use Test::AutoBuild::Command; my $cmd = Test::AutoBuild::Command->new(cmd => \@cmd, dir => $path, env => \%ENV); # Execute the command my $status = $counter->run($stdout, $stderr)
Creates a new command to be executed. The
cmd argument provides an array ref for the command line to be run. The optional
dir parameter provides a directory path which will be setup as the current working directory prior to executing the command.
Execute the command sending its STDOUT to <$stdout> and its STDERR to
$stderr parameters can either contain file paths into which output will be written; be instances of
IO::Handle to which output will be written, or simply be scalar references to collect the data in memory. If they are undef, then the output will be discarded. The returned
$status is the command exit status, typically zero for success, non-zero for failure.
This method must be implemented by subclasses.
Daniel Berrange <email@example.com>,
Copyright (C) 2007 Daniel Berrange