yt - YAML Tester for Perl Implementations
# Run tests with yt > yt > yt -MYAML::Syck > yt -MYAML::Tiny -v dump.t load.t # List the yt tests > yt --list # Run benchmarks against the various YAML modules > yt --benchmark > yt --benchmark -r5000 # Run 5000 times > yt --benchmark YAML::Syck YAML::LibYAML # Compare two modules # Show the version of yt, YAML::Tests and the YAML modules on your system > yt --version
This command line tool,
yt, can be used to run the entire YAML-Tests suite against a particular Perl YAML implementation.
yt is basically a wrapper around
prove. As such, it accepts and passes along
prove command line options. The main difference is that it knows where the YAML-Tests live and how to set up the environment to run them.
yt relies on two environment variables:
This variable should be set to the absolute pathname of the directory containing the contents of the YAML-Tests module distribution.
You can get YAML-Tests from CPAN or its SVN repository:
This variable conatins the name of the Perl YAML module you want to test. It can be set as an environment variable, but is normally passed to
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This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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