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NAME ^

Test::HTML::Differences - Compare two html structures and show differences if it is not same

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Test::Base -Base;
  use Test::HTML::Differences;

  plan tests => 1 * blocks;
  
  run {
      my ($block) = @_;
      eq_or_diff_html(
          $block->input,
          $block->expected,
          $block->name
      );
  };

  __END__
  === test
  --- input
  <div class="section">foo <a href="/">foo</a></div>
  --- expected
  <div class="section">
    foo <a href="/">foo</a>
  </div>

DESCRIPTION ^

Test::HTML::Differences is test utility that compares two strings as HTML and show differences with Test::Differences.

Supplied HTML strings are normalized to data structure and show pretty formatted as it is shown.

This module does not test all HTML node strictly, leading/trailing white-space characters are removed by the normalize function, but do test whole structures of the HTML.

For example:

  <span> foo</span>

is called equal to following:

  <span>foo</span>

You must test these case by other methods, for example, old-school like or is function in Test::More as you want to test it.

With Test::Differences::Color

Test::HTML::Differences supports Test::Differences::Color as following:

  use Test::HTML::Differences -color;

AUTHOR ^

cho45 <cho45@lowreal.net>

SEE ALSO ^

Test::Differences, Test::Differences::Color

LICENSE ^

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

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