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Module Version: 0.08   Source   Latest Release: Test-CleanNamespaces-0.13

NAME ^

Test::CleanNamespaces - Check for uncleaned imports

VERSION ^

version 0.08

SYNOPSIS ^

    use strict;
    use warnings;
    use Test::CleanNamespaces;

    all_namespaces_clean;

DESCRIPTION ^

This module lets you check your module's namespaces for imported functions you might have forgotten to remove with namespace::autoclean or namespace::clean and are therefore available to be called as methods, which usually isn't want you want.

FUNCTIONS ^

All functions are exported by default.

namespaces_clean

    namespaces_clean('YourModule', 'AnotherModule');

Tests every specified namespace for uncleaned imports. If the module couldn't be loaded it will be skipped.

all_namespaces_clean

    all_namespaces_clean;

Runs namespaces_clean for all modules in your distribution.

METHODS ^

The exported functions are constructed using the the following methods. This is what you want to override if you're subclassing this module.

build_namespaces_clean

    my $coderef = Test::CleanNamespaces->build_namespaces_clean;

Returns a coderef that will be exported as namespaces_clean.

build_all_namespaces_clean

    my $coderef = Test::CleanNamespaces->build_namespaces_clean;

Returns a coderef that will be exported as all_namespaces_clean. It will use the find_modules method to get the list of modules to check.

find_modules

    my @modules = Test::CleanNamespaces->find_modules;

Returns a list of modules in the current distribution. It'll search in blib/, if it exists. lib/ will be searched otherwise.

builder

    my $builder = Test::CleanNamespaces->builder;

Returns the Test::Builder used by the test functions.

AUTHOR ^

Florian Ragwitz <rafl@debian.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2009 by Florian Ragwitz.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

CONTRIBUTOR ^

Karen Etheridge <ether@cpan.org>

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