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NAME ^

Test::DZil - tools for testing Dist::Zilla plugins

VERSION ^

version 5.020

DESCRIPTION ^

Test::DZil provides routines for writing tests for Dist::Zilla plugins.

FUNCTIONS ^

Builder

Minter

  my $tzil = Builder->from_config(...);

These return class names that subclass Dist::Zilla::Dist::Builder or Dist::Zilla::Dist::Minter, respectively, with the Dist::Zilla::Tester behavior added.

is_filelist

  is_filelist( \@files_we_have, \@files_we_want, $desc );

This test assertion compares two arrayrefs of filenames, taking care of slash normalization and sorting. @files_we_have may also contain objects that do Dist::Zilla::Role::File.

is_yaml

  is_yaml( $yaml_string, $want_struct, $comment );

This test assertion deserializes the given YAML string and does a cmp_deeply.

is_json

  is_json( $json_string, $want_struct, $comment );

This test assertion deserializes the given JSON string and does a cmp_deeply.

dist_ini

  my $ini_text = dist_ini(\%root_config, @plugins);

This routine returns a string that could be used to populate a simple dist.ini file. The %root_config gives data for the "root" section of the configuration. To provide a line multiple times, provide an arrayref. For example, the root section could read:

  {
    name   => 'Dist-Sample',
    author => [
      'J. Smith <jsmith@example.com>',
      'Q. Smith <qsmith@example.com>',
    ],
  }

The root section is optional.

Plugins can be given in a few ways:

"PluginMoniker"
[ "PluginMoniker" ]

These become [PluginMoniker]

[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName" ]

This becomes [PluginMoniker / PluginName]

[ "PluginMoniker", { ... } ]
[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName", { ... } ]

These use the given hashref as the parameters inside the section, with the same semantics as the root section.

simple_ini

This behaves exactly like dist_ini, but it merges any given root config into a starter config, which means that you can often skip any explicit root config. The starter config may change slightly over time, but is something like this:

  {
    name     => 'DZT-Sample',
    abstract => 'Sample DZ Dist',
    version  => '0.001',
    author   => 'E. Xavier Ample <example@example.org>',
    license  => 'Perl_5',
    copyright_holder => 'E. Xavier Ample',
  }

AUTHOR ^

Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Ricardo SIGNES.

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

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