runtests.vim : Automatically generate, manage, and run test files for perl source.
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|This is a quick and dirty vim script for automatically generating, managing, and running perl t/*.t files for any perl file you are currently editing.
The idea is to give a perl developer a leg up in creating tests for new or legacy code to give some basic unit tests. Please note that these tests are just stub tests - it is up to the developer to expand the stub tests to fully exercise the code they're testing.
In a module (.pm) file, it looks for a new() constructor and adds a special test to create an object of that package, adds an isa_ok() for the created object, and every subroutine that it finds is called as an method on that object.
In a normal perl file (.pl), calls all subroutines as functions in ok() calls.
Also has a few extra commands for opening a quick view to the test file, creating a Makefile, which helps run your tests as well as a few extra bonuses such as running code coverage reporting, automatically opening the HTML code coverage report in a local web browser. Please note that the last element is completely untested and not working on windows or linux - patches welcome :)
Help is available after installing: :help runtests
Ideas for improvements or other suggestions welcome.
|Move runtests.tgz to ~/.vim.
Untar: tar xzvf runtests.tgz
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