- CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT
- BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
- LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Test::Approvals::Reporters::FakeReporter - Reporter which doesn't actually do anything, but you can check to see if it was called.
This documentation refers to Test::Approvals::Reporters::FakeReporter version v0.0.5
use Test::Approvals::Reporters; my $reporter = Test::Approvals::Reporters::FakeReporter->new(); $reporter->report( 'r.txt', 'a.txt' );
A reporter which does not launch a reporter, but does report when a client tried to launch a reporter.
my $received = 'test.received.txt'; my $approved = 'test.approved.txt'; $reporter->report($received, $approved);
Sets a value indicating that report was called.
my $ok = $reporter->was_called(); ok($ok, 'reporter was called');
Gets a value indicating whether report was called. Mostly used for mocking reporters in tests for Test::Approvals itself.
None at this time.
CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT
BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
Windows-only. Linux/OSX/other support will be added when time and access to those platforms permit.
Jim Counts - @jamesrcounts
LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2013 Jim Counts
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