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App::Prove::State::Result::TestUser Contributed Perl DocumentatApp::Prove::State::Result::Test(3)

       App::Prove::State::Result::Test - Individual test results.

       Version 3.28

       The "prove" command supports a "--state" option that instructs it to store persistent
       state across runs. This module encapsulates the results for a single test.

	   # Re-run failed tests
	   $ prove --state=failed,save -rbv

   Class Methods

   Instance Methods

       The name of the test.  Usually a filename.


       The total elapsed times the test took to run, in seconds from the epoch..


       The number for the "generation" of the test run.  The first generation is 1 (one) and
       subsequent generations are 2, 3, etc.


       The last time the test program passed, in seconds from the epoch.

       Returns "undef" if the program has never passed.


       The last time the test suite failed, in seconds from the epoch.

       Returns "undef" if the program has never failed.


       Returns the mtime of the test, in seconds from the epoch.


       Returns a hashref of raw test data, suitable for serialization by YAML.


       Currently, whether or not the test suite passed with no 'problems' (such as TODO passed).


       The total time it took for the test to run, in seconds.	If "Time::HiRes" is available, it
       will have finer granularity.


       The number of tests with TODO directives.


       The order in which this test was run for the given test suite result.


       The number of times the test has passed.


       The number of times the test has failed.


       The underlying parser object.  This is useful if you need the full information for the
       test program.

perl v5.16.3				    2013-05-02	       App::Prove::State::Result::Test(3)
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