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TAP::Harness(3pm)      Perl Programmers Reference Guide      TAP::Harness(3pm)

NAME
       TAP::Harness - Run test scripts with statistics

VERSION
       Version 3.17

DESCRIPTION
       This is a simple test harness which allows tests to be run and results
       automatically aggregated and output to STDOUT.

SYNOPSIS
        use TAP::Harness;
        my $harness = TAP::Harness->new( \%args );
        $harness->runtests(@tests);

METHODS
   Class Methods
       "new"

        my %args = (
           verbosity => 1,
           lib     => [ 'lib', 'blib/lib', 'blib/arch' ],
        )
        my $harness = TAP::Harness->new( \%args );

       The constructor returns a new "TAP::Harness" object. It accepts an
       optional hashref whose allowed keys are:

       o   "verbosity"

           Set the verbosity level:

                1   verbose        Print individual test results to STDOUT.
                0   normal
               -1   quiet          Suppress some test output (mostly failures
                                   while tests are running).
               -2   really quiet   Suppress everything but the tests summary.
               -3   silent         Suppress everything.

       o   "timer"

           Append run time for each test to output. Uses Time::HiRes if
           available.

       o   "failures"

           Show test failures (this is a no-op if "verbose" is selected).

       o   "comments"

           Show test comments (this is a no-op if "verbose" is selected).

       o   "show_count"

           Update the running test count during testing.

       o   "normalize"

           Set to a true value to normalize the TAP that is emitted in verbose
           modes.

       o   "lib"

           Accepts a scalar value or array ref of scalar values indicating
           which paths to allowed libraries should be included if Perl tests
           are executed. Naturally, this only makes sense in the context of
           tests written in Perl.

       o   "switches"

           Accepts a scalar value or array ref of scalar values indicating
           which switches should be included if Perl tests are executed.
           Naturally, this only makes sense in the context of tests written in
           Perl.

       o   "test_args"

           A reference to an @INC style array of arguments to be passed to
           each test program.

       o   "color"

           Attempt to produce color output.

       o   "exec"

           Typically, Perl tests are run through this. However, anything which
           spits out TAP is fine. You can use this argument to specify the
           name of the program (and optional switches) to run your tests with:

             exec => ['/usr/bin/ruby', '-w']

           You can also pass a subroutine reference in order to determine and
           return the proper program to run based on a given test script. The
           subroutine reference should expect the TAP::Harness object itself
           as the first argument, and the file name as the second argument. It
           should return an array reference containing the command to be run
           and including the test file name. It can also simply return
           "undef", in which case TAP::Harness will fall back on executing the
           test script in Perl:

               exec => sub {
                   my ( $harness, $test_file ) = @_;

                   # Let Perl tests run.
                   return undef if $test_file =~ /[.]t$/;
                   return [ qw( /usr/bin/ruby -w ), $test_file ]
                     if $test_file =~ /[.]rb$/;
                 }

           If the subroutine returns a scalar with a newline or a filehandle,
           it will be interpreted as raw TAP or as a TAP stream, respectively.

       o   "merge"

           If "merge" is true the harness will create parsers that merge
           STDOUT and STDERR together for any processes they start.

       o   "aggregator_class"

           The name of the class to use to aggregate test results. The default
           is TAP::Parser::Aggregator.

       o   "formatter_class"

           The name of the class to use to format output. The default is
           TAP::Formatter::Console, or TAP::Formatter::File if the output
           isn't a TTY.

       o   "multiplexer_class"

           The name of the class to use to multiplex tests during parallel
           testing.  The default is TAP::Parser::Multiplexer.

       o   "parser_class"

           The name of the class to use to parse TAP. The default is
           TAP::Parser.

       o   "scheduler_class"

           The name of the class to use to schedule test execution. The
           default is TAP::Parser::Scheduler.

       o   "formatter"

           If set "formatter" must be an object that is capable of formatting
           the TAP output. See TAP::Formatter::Console for an example.

       o   "errors"

           If parse errors are found in the TAP output, a note of this will be
           made in the summary report. To see all of the parse errors, set
           this argument to true:

             errors => 1

       o   "directives"

           If set to a true value, only test results with directives will be
           displayed. This overrides other settings such as "verbose" or
           "failures".

       o   "ignore_exit"

           If set to a true value instruct "TAP::Parser" to ignore exit and
           wait status from test scripts.

       o   "jobs"

           The maximum number of parallel tests to run at any time.  Which
           tests can be run in parallel is controlled by "rules".  The default
           is to run only one test at a time.

       o   "rules"

           A reference to a hash of rules that control which tests may be
           executed in parallel. This is an experimental feature and the
           interface may change.

               $harness->rules(
                   {   par => [
                           { seq => '../ext/DB_File/t/*' },
                           { seq => '../ext/IO_Compress_Zlib/t/*' },
                           { seq => '../lib/CPANPLUS/*' },
                           { seq => '../lib/ExtUtils/t/*' },
                           '*'
                       ]
                   }
               );

       o   "stdout"

           A filehandle for catching standard output.

       Any keys for which the value is "undef" will be ignored.

   Instance Methods
       "runtests"

           $harness->runtests(@tests);

       Accepts and array of @tests to be run. This should generally be the
       names of test files, but this is not required. Each element in @tests
       will be passed to "TAP::Parser::new()" as a "source". See TAP::Parser
       for more information.

       It is possible to provide aliases that will be displayed in place of
       the test name by supplying the test as a reference to an array
       containing "[ $test, $alias ]":

           $harness->runtests( [ 't/foo.t', 'Foo Once' ],
                               [ 't/foo.t', 'Foo Twice' ] );

       Normally it is an error to attempt to run the same test twice. Aliases
       allow you to overcome this limitation by giving each run of the test a
       unique name.

       Tests will be run in the order found.

       If the environment variable "PERL_TEST_HARNESS_DUMP_TAP" is defined it
       should name a directory into which a copy of the raw TAP for each test
       will be written. TAP is written to files named for each test.
       Subdirectories will be created as needed.

       Returns a TAP::Parser::Aggregator containing the test results.

       "summary"

       Output the summary for a TAP::Parser::Aggregator.

       "aggregate_tests"

         $harness->aggregate_tests( $aggregate, @tests );

       Run the named tests and display a summary of result. Tests will be run
       in the order found.

       Test results will be added to the supplied TAP::Parser::Aggregator.
       "aggregate_tests" may be called multiple times to run several sets of
       tests. Multiple "Test::Harness" instances may be used to pass results
       to a single aggregator so that different parts of a complex test suite
       may be run using different "TAP::Harness" settings. This is useful, for
       example, in the case where some tests should run in parallel but others
       are unsuitable for parallel execution.

           my $formatter   = TAP::Formatter::Console->new;
           my $ser_harness = TAP::Harness->new( { formatter => $formatter } );
           my $par_harness = TAP::Harness->new(
               {   formatter => $formatter,
                   jobs      => 9
               }
           );
           my $aggregator = TAP::Parser::Aggregator->new;

           $aggregator->start();
           $ser_harness->aggregate_tests( $aggregator, @ser_tests );
           $par_harness->aggregate_tests( $aggregator, @par_tests );
           $aggregator->stop();
           $formatter->summary($aggregator);

       Note that for simpler testing requirements it will often be possible to
       replace the above code with a single call to "runtests".

       Each elements of the @tests array is either

       o   the file name of a test script to run

       o   a reference to a [ file name, display name ] array

       When you supply a separate display name it becomes possible to run a
       test more than once; the display name is effectively the alias by which
       the test is known inside the harness. The harness doesn't care if it
       runs the same script more than once when each invocation uses a
       different name.

       "make_scheduler"

       Called by the harness when it needs to create a TAP::Parser::Scheduler.
       Override in a subclass to provide an alternative scheduler.
       "make_scheduler" is passed the list of tests that was passed to
       "aggregate_tests".

       "jobs"

       Gets or sets the number of concurrent test runs the harness is
       handling.  By default, this value is 1 -- for parallel testing, this
       should be set higher.

SUBCLASSING
       "TAP::Harness" is designed to be (mostly) easy to subclass. If you
       don't like how a particular feature functions, just override the
       desired methods.

   Methods
       TODO: This is out of date

       The following methods are ones you may wish to override if you want to
       subclass "TAP::Harness".

       "summary"

         $harness->summary( \%args );

       "summary" prints the summary report after all tests are run. The
       argument is a hashref with the following keys:

       o   "start"

           This is created with "Benchmark->new" and it the time the tests
           started. You can print a useful summary time, if desired, with:

               $self->output(
                   timestr( timediff( Benchmark->new, $start_time ), 'nop' ) );

       o   "tests"

           This is an array reference of all test names. To get the
           TAP::Parser object for individual tests:

            my $aggregate = $args->{aggregate};
            my $tests     = $args->{tests};

            for my $name ( @$tests ) {
                my ($parser) = $aggregate->parsers($test);
                ... do something with $parser
            }

           This is a bit clunky and will be cleaned up in a later release.

       "make_parser"

       Make a new parser and display formatter session. Typically used and/or
       overridden in subclasses.

           my ( $parser, $session ) = $harness->make_parser;

       "finish_parser"

       Terminate use of a parser. Typically used and/or overridden in
       subclasses. The parser isn't destroyed as a result of this.

REPLACING
       If you like the "prove" utility and TAP::Parser but you want your own
       harness, all you need to do is write one and provide "new" and
       "runtests" methods. Then you can use the "prove" utility like so:

        prove --harness My::Test::Harness

       Note that while "prove" accepts a list of tests (or things to be
       tested), "new" has a fairly rich set of arguments. You'll probably want
       to read over this code carefully to see how all of them are being used.

SEE ALSO
       Test::Harness

perl v5.12.1                      2010-04-26                 TAP::Harness(3pm)
 

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