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Just a quick question here, about Legacy Zones. Well more about how to determine if you are actually in one, on logging into a legacy zone - is there a quick way of checking that?
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Test::Inline::Content::Simple(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Test::Inline::Content::Simple(3pm)NAME
Test::Inline::Content::Simple - Simple templating Content Handler
In your inline2test.tpl
use Test::More [% plan %];
$| = 1;
[% tests %]
It is relatively common to want to customise the contents of the generated test files to set up custom environment things on an all-scripts
basis, rather than file by file (using =begin SETUP blocks).
"Test::Inline::Content::Simple" lets you use a very simple Template Toolkit style template to define this information.
It contains only two tags, "plan" and "tests".
The "plan" tag will be inserted as either "tests =" 123> or 'no_plan'.
The "tests" tag will be replaced by the actual testing code.
Manually create a new "Test::Inline::Content::Simple" object. Takes as parameter a single filename which should contain the template code.
Returns a new "Test::Inline::Content::Simple" object, or "undef" on error.
The "template" accessor returns the template content for the object
process $Inline, $Script
The "process" method is unchanged from "Test::Inline::Content".
See the main SUPPORT section.
Adam Kennedy <email@example.com>, <http://ali.as/>
Copyright 2004 - 2010 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.
perl v5.12.4 2010-11-22 Test::Inline::Content::Simple(3pm)