Test::Unit::Runner::Terminal - unit testing framework helper class
use Test::Unit::Runner::Terminal; my $testrunner = Test::Unit::Runner::Terminal->new(); $testrunner->start($my_test_class);
This class is a test runner for the command line style use of the testing framework.
It is similar to its parent class, Test::Unit::TestRunner, but it uses terminal escape sequences to continually update a more informative status report as the runner progresses through the tests than just a string of dots, E's and F's. The status report indicates the number of tests run, the number of failures and errors encountered, which test is currently being run, and where it lives in the suite hierarchy.
The class needs one argument, which is the name of the class encapsulating the tests to be run.
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For further examples, take a look at the framework self test collection (t::tlib::AllTests).