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TAP::Formatter::Color(3pm)				 Perl Programmers Reference Guide				TAP::Formatter::Color(3pm)

TAP::Formatter::Color - Run Perl test scripts with color VERSION
Version 3.23 DESCRIPTION
Note that this harness is experimental. You may not like the colors I've chosen and I haven't yet provided an easy way to override them. This test harness is the same as TAP::Harness, but test results are output in color. Passing tests are printed in green. Failing tests are in red. Skipped tests are blue on a white background and TODO tests are printed in white. If Term::ANSIColor cannot be found (or Win32::Console if running under Windows) tests will be run without color. SYNOPSIS
use TAP::Formatter::Color; my $harness = TAP::Formatter::Color->new( \%args ); $harness->runtests(@tests); METHODS
Class Methods "new" The constructor returns a new "TAP::Formatter::Color" object. If Term::ANSIColor is not installed, returns undef. "can_color" Test::Formatter::Color->can_color() Returns a boolean indicating whether or not this module can actually generate colored output. This will be false if it could not load the modules needed for the current platform. "set_color" Set the output color. perl v5.16.2 2012-10-25 TAP::Formatter::Color(3pm)

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TAP::Formatter::Base(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 TAP::Formatter::Base(3pm)

TAP::Formatter::Base - Base class for harness output delegates VERSION
Version 3.25 DESCRIPTION
This provides console orientated output formatting for TAP::Harness. SYNOPSIS
use TAP::Formatter::Console; my $harness = TAP::Formatter::Console->new( \%args ); METHODS
Class Methods "new" my %args = ( verbose => 1, ) my $harness = TAP::Formatter::Console->new( \%args ); The constructor returns a new "TAP::Formatter::Console" object. If a TAP::Harness is created with no "formatter" a "TAP::Formatter::Console" is automatically created. If any of the following options were given to TAP::Harness->new they well be passed to this constructor which accepts an optional hashref whose allowed keys are: o "verbosity" Set the verbosity level. o "verbose" Printing individual test results to STDOUT. 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 "quiet" Suppressing some test output (mostly failures while tests are running). o "really_quiet" Suppressing everything but the tests summary. o "silent" Suppressing all output. 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", "failures", or "comments". o "stdout" A filehandle for catching standard output. o "color" If defined specifies whether color output is desired. If "color" is not defined it will default to color output if color support is available on the current platform and output is not being redirected. o "jobs" The number of concurrent jobs this formatter will handle. o "show_count" Boolean value. If false, disables the "X/Y" test count which shows up while tests are running. Any keys for which the value is "undef" will be ignored. "prepare" Called by Test::Harness before any test output is generated. This is an advisory and may not be called in the case where tests are being supplied to Test::Harness by an iterator. "open_test" Called to create a new test session. A test session looks like this: my $session = $formatter->open_test( $test, $parser ); while ( defined( my $result = $parser->next ) ) { $session->result($result); exit 1 if $result->is_bailout; } $session->close_test; "summary" $harness->summary( $aggregate ); "summary" prints the summary report after all tests are run. The first argument is an aggregate to summarise. An optional second argument may be set to a true value to indicate that the summary is being output as a result of an interrupted test run. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-05 TAP::Formatter::Base(3pm)
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