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TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::FilUser Contributed Perl DocumentaTAP::Parser::SourceHandler::File(3)

       TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::File - Stream TAP from a text file.

       Version 3.28

	 use TAP::Parser::Source;
	 use TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::File;

	 my $source = TAP::Parser::Source->new->raw( \'file.tap' );

	 my $class = 'TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::File';
	 my $vote  = $class->can_handle( $source );
	 my $iter  = $class->make_iterator( $source );

       This is a raw TAP stored in a file TAP::Parser::SourceHandler - it has 2 jobs:

       1. Figure out if the raw source it's given is a file containing raw TAP output.	See
       TAP::Parser::IteratorFactory for more details.

       2. Takes raw TAP from the text file given, and converts into an iterator.

       Unless you're writing a plugin or subclassing TAP::Parser, you probably won't need to use
       this module directly.

   Class Methods

	 my $vote = $class->can_handle( $source );

       Only votes if $source looks like a regular file.  Casts the following votes:

	 0.9 if it's a .tap file
	 0.9 if it has an extension matching any given in user config.


	 my $iterator = $class->make_iterator( $source );

       Returns a new TAP::Parser::Iterator::Stream for the source.  "croak"s on error.


       The class of iterator to use, override if you're sub-classing.  Defaults to

	  extensions => [ @case_insensitive_exts_to_match ]

       Please see "SUBCLASSING" in TAP::Parser for a subclassing overview.

       TAP::Object, TAP::Parser, TAP::Parser::SourceHandler,
       TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::Executable, TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::Perl,
       TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::Handle, TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::RawTAP

perl v5.16.3				    2013-05-02	      TAP::Parser::SourceHandler::File(3)
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