use Test::TAP::HTMLMatrix; use Test::TAP::Model::Visual; my $model = Test::TAP::Model::Visual->new(...); my $v = Test::TAP::HTMLMatrix->new($model); print $v->html;
This module is a wrapper for a template and some visualization classes, that knows to take a Test::TAP::Model object, which encapsulates test results, and produce a pretty html file.
Deprecated method - aliases to
Returns an HTML string for the corresponding template.
This is also the method implementing stringification.
Just settergetters. You can override these for added fun.
A reasonable title for the page:
"TAP Matrix - <gmtime>"
A sorted array ref, resulting from $self->model->test_files;
These return the full path to the Petal template and the CSS stylesheet it uses.
Note that these are taken from @INC. If you put detailed_view.html under
catfile(qw/Test TAP HTMLMatrix/) somewhere in your @INC, it should find it like you'd expect.
This is a URI::file object based on
css_file. Nothing fancy.
You probably want to override this to something more specific to your env.
This accessor controls whether inline CSS will be generated instead of
<link> style stylesheet refs.
Returns the contents of
css_file fudged slightly to work inside
Processes the said template using
Takes a petal object and processes it.
This module is maintained using Darcs. You can get the latest version from http://nothingmuch.woobling.org/Test-TAP-HTMLMatrix/, and use
darcs send to commit changes.
This list was generated from svn log testgraph.pl and testgraph.css in the pugs repo, sorted by last name.
Copyright (c) 2005 the aforementioned authors. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.