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Devel::Cover::Report::Html_miniUser3Contributed Perl DocumenDevel::Cover::Report::Html_minimal(3)

       Devel::Cover::Report::Html_minimal - HTML backend for Devel::Cover

       version 1.03

	cover -report html_minimal

       This module provides a HTML reporting mechanism for coverage data. It is designed to be
       called from the "cover" program.

       Based on an original by Paul Johnson, the output was greatly improved by Michael Carman

       Options are specified by adding the appropriate flags to the "cover" program.  This report
       format supports the following:

	   Specifies the filename of the main output file.  The default is coverage.html.
	   Specify index.html if you just want to publish the whole directory.

       pod Includes POD (and blank lines) in the file report.  This is on by default.  It may be
	   turned off with -nopod.

	   Includes text after the "__DATA__" or "__END__" tokens in the file report.  By
	   default, this text is trimmed.

	   Note: If your POD is after an "__END__", you have to specify 'data' to include it, not
	   'pod'.  The 'pod' option only applies to POD before the "__END__".

	   Generates a "unified" report for each file.	The detailed data that normally appears
	   in the auxiliary reports (branch, condition, etc.) are placed in the file report, and
	   the auxiliary reports are not generated.

	   Specify the title of the summary.  The default is "Coverage Summary".


       Copyright 2001-2013, Paul Johnson (paul@pjcj.net)

       This software is free. It is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.

       The latest version of this software should be available from my homepage:

perl v5.16.3				    2013-05-20	    Devel::Cover::Report::Html_minimal(3)
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