- CONFIGURATION FILE
- PROCEDURAL INTERFACE
- OBJECT INTERFACE
- ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
- SEE ALSO
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
CPANPLUS::YACSmoke - Yet Another CPANPLUS Smoke Tester
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e test
It will create a database file in the .cpanplus directory, which it uses to track tested distributions. This information will be used to keep from posting multiple reports for the same module, and to keep from testing modules that use non-passing modules as prerequisites.
prereqs have been tested previously and have resulted in a
pass grade then the tests for those
prereqs will be skipped, speeding up smoke testing.
By default it uses CPANPLUS configuration settings.
CPANPLUS::YACSmoke only honours the
exclude_dists in CPAN::YACSmoke style
exclude_dists setting, which is laid out as:
[CONFIG] exclude_dists=<<HERE mod_perl HERE
The above would then ignore any distribution that includes the string 'mod_perl' in its name. This is useful for distributions which use external C libraries, which are not installed, or for which testing is problematic.
CPANPLUS::YACSmoke also supports
exclude_auths in the
ini file. Similar to
exclude_dists, but for excluding all distributions by a particular CPAN author ID.
[CONFIG] exclude_auths=<<THERE ^ASS THERE
The above would ignore all distributions of any CPAN author ID that begins with
ASS, such as
See Config::IniFiles for more information on the INI file format.
The following routines are exported by default. They are intended to be called from the command-line, though they could be used from a script.
- test( [ $dist [, $dist .... ] ] )
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e test perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e test('R/RR/RRWO/Some-Dist-0.01.tar.gz')
Runs tests on CPAN distributions. Arguments should be paths of individual distributions in the author directories. If no arguments are given, it will download the RECENT file from CPAN and use that.
By default it uses CPANPLUS configuration settings. If CPANPLUS is set not to send test reports, then it will not send test reports.
- mark( $dist [, $grade ] ] )
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e mark('Some-Dist-0.01') perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e mark('Some-Dist-0.01', 'fail')
Retrieves the test result in the database, or changes the test result.
It can be useful to update the status of a distribution that once failed or was untestable but now works, so as to test modules which make use of it.
Grades can be one of (case insensitive):
aborted = tests aborted (uninstallable prereqs or other failure in test) pass = passed tests fail = failed tests unknown = no tests available na = not applicable to platform or installed libraries ungraded = no grade (test possibly aborted by user) none = undefines a grade ignored = package was ignored (a newer version was tested)
- excluded( [ $dist [, $dist ... ] ] )
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e excluded('Some-Dist-0.01') perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e excluded()
Given a list of distributions, indicates which ones would be excluded from testing, based on the exclude_dist list that is created.
- purge( [ \%config, ] [ $dist [, $dist ... ] ] )
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e purge() perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e purge('Some-Dist-0.01')
Purges the entries from the local cpansmoke database. The criteria for purging is that a distribution must have a more recent version, which has previously been marked as a PASS. However, if one or more distributions are passed as a parameter list, those specific distributions will be purged.
If the flush_flag is set, via the config hashref, to a true value, the directory path created for each older copy of a distribution is deleted.
- flush( [ 'all' | 'old' ] )
perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e flush() perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e flush('all') perl -MCPANPLUS::YACSmoke -e flush('old')
Removes unrequired build directories from the designated CPANPLUS build directory. Note that this deletes directories regardless of whether the associated distribution was tested.
Default flush is 'all'. The 'old' option will only delete the older distributions, of multiple instances of a distribution.
Note that this cannot be done reliably using last access or modify time, as the intention is for this distribution to be used on any OS that CPANPLUS is installed on. In this case not all OSs support the full range of return values from the stat function.
Make CPANPLUS reload its indices.
Each of the procedural interface functions are available as methods of a CPANPLUS::YACSmoke object.
The object interface is created normally through the test() or mark() functions of the procedural interface.
The following environment variables affect the operation of this module:
Would set the base dir to
Several environment variables get set by the module:
Set to 1 to indicate that we are currently running in an automated testing environment
Set to 1 MakeMaker and Module::Build's prompt functions will always return the default without waiting for user input.
Test::Reporter uses this. YACSmoke will set this if it isn't already set. It will try to determine the domain from the
cpan.orgit will default to
cpantesters.org( the perl.org MX doesn't like people trying to impersonate it, for obvious reasons ).
Based on CPAN::YACSmoke by Robert Rothenberg and Barbie.
Contributions and patience from Jos Boumans the CPANPLUS guy!
Chris Williams <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Chris Williams, Jos Boumans, Robert Rothenberg and Barbie.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.