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XS::Assert - Provides assertion macros for XS modules
XS::Assert provides various assertion macros for XS modules, which are enabled only if "XS_ASSERT" macro is defined....GFUJI/XS-Assert-0.002 - 14 Sep 2009 08:23:46 UTC - Search in distribution
Alt::Assert - Assert alternate module implementation
Alt::Assert can be used to assert that the loaded module is the wanted alternate implementation. Using the Synopsis' example, there can be different Foo::Bar installed, either from the original distribution, or from one of the alternate ones. Each al...INGY/Alt-0.19 - 29 Dec 2014 22:25:09 UTC - Search in distribution
Sub::Assert - Subroutine pre- and postconditions, etc.
The Sub::Assert module implements subroutine pre- and postconditions. Furthermore, it allows restricting the subroutine's calling context. There's one big gotcha with this: It's slow. For every call to subroutines you use assert() with, you pay for t...SMUELLER/Sub-Assert-1.23 - 01 Nov 2009 14:57:20 UTC - Search in distribution
- Sub::Assert::Nothing - Design-by-contract like pre- and postconditions, etc.
XML::Assert - Asserts XPaths into an XML Document for correct values/matches
This module allows you to test XPaths into an XML Document to check that their number or values are what you expect. To test the number of nodes you expect to find, use the "assert_xpath_count()" method. To test the value of a node, use the "assert_x...CHILTS/XML-Assert-0.03 - 18 Jul 2010 22:46:46 UTC - Search in distribution
Carp::Assert - executable comments
"We are ready for any unforseen event that may or may not occur." - Dan Quayle Carp::Assert is intended for a purpose like the ANSI C library assert.h <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assert.h>. If you're already familiar with assert.h, then you can pro...NEILB/Carp-Assert-0.21 - 25 Jun 2014 21:23:44 UTC - Search in distribution
JSON::Assert - Asserts JSONPaths into a JSON data structure for correct values/matches
This module allows you to test JPaths into a JSON data structure to check that their number or values are what you expect. To test the number of keys you expect to find, use the "assert_jpath_count()" method. To test the value of a key, use the "asse...SGREEN/JSON-Assert-0.08 - 07 Jul 2017 05:50:07 UTC - Search in distribution
Quiq::Assert - Zusicherungen
Die Klasse stellt Methoden zur Verfügung, mit denen eine Eingenschaft eines Werts geprüft werden kann. Im Erfolgsfall kehrt die jeweilige Methode zurück, im Fehlerfall wirft sie eine Exception. POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding error...FSEITZ/Quiq-1.204 - 28 Sep 2022 11:06:19 UTC - Search in distribution
SDL2::assert - SDL Assertion Functions
SDL2::assert implements an assertion system. Failures even cause the perl debugger to halt if enabled....SANKO/SDL2-FFI-0.08 - 29 Nov 2021 02:01:01 UTC - Search in distribution
Test::Assert - Assertion methods for those who like JUnit.
This class provides a set of assertion methods useful for writing tests. The API is based on JUnit4 and Test::Unit::Lite and the methods die on failure. These assertion methods might be not useful for common Test::Builder-based (Test::Simple, Test::M...DEXTER/Test-Assert-0.0504 - 06 Dec 2009 22:50:03 UTC - Search in distribution
- Exception::Assertion - Thrown when assertion failed
Devel::Assert - assertions for Perl >= 5.14
This module provides you with a C-like assert() function. And, like in C, it only is compiled in debug mode - it's completely removed together with it's arguments at compile time in release mode. That's useful to force functions' contracts during dev...RANDIR/Devel-Assert-1.06 - 14 May 2015 12:43:51 UTC - Search in distribution
PerlX::Assert - yet another assertion keyword
PerlX::Assert is a framework for embedding assertions in Perl code. Under normal circumstances, assertions are not checked; they are optimized away at compile time. However if, at compile time, any of the following environment variables is true, asse...TOBYINK/PerlX-Assert-0.905 - 07 May 2017 07:43:35 UTC - Search in distribution
Venus::Assert - Assert Class
This package provides a mechanism for asserting type constraints and coercions on data....AWNCORP/Venus-1.50 - 17 Sep 2022 18:24:36 UTC - Search in distribution
- Venus::Role::Assertable - Assertable Role
Assert::Refute - Unified testing and assertion tool
This module allows injecting Test::More-like code snippets into production code, without turning the whole application into a giant testing script. This can be though of as a lightweight design-by-contract form....KHEDIN/Assert-Refute-0.17 - 20 Apr 2019 14:21:44 UTC - Search in distribution
Method::Assert - Ensure instance and class methods are called properly
This module will export the two functions named below into the namespace of the package using it. These two functions are useful to do typical checks at the start of functions that are supposed to be either class or instance methods. Always remember ...ROBINS/Method-Assert-0.0.1 - 31 Jul 2010 09:38:09 UTC - Search in distribution
Ambrosia::Assert - adds a validation method in your module.
"Ambrosia::Assert" adds a validation method in your module. You can on or off assert for debug....KNM/Ambrosia-0.010 - 30 Jun 2012 07:09:43 UTC - Search in distribution
Assert::Conditional - conditionally-compiled code assertions
C programmers have always had assert.h to conditionally compile assertions into their programs, but options available for Perl programmers are not so convenient. Several assertion modules related to assertions exist on CPAN, but none works quite like...TOMC/Assert-Conditional-v0.010 - 19 Jul 2020 21:44:06 UTC - Search in distribution
- Assert::Conditional::Utils - Utility functions for conditionally-compiled assertions
FIDO2 Assertion...JACQUESG/FIDO-Raw-0.06 - 03 Sep 2020 19:21:25 UTC - Search in distribution
Test::Run::Assert - A Simple Assert Function.
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Carp::Assert::More - Convenience assertions for common situations
Carp::Assert::More is a convenient set of assertions to make the habit of writing assertions even easier. Everything in here is effectively syntactic sugar. There's no technical difference between calling one of these functions: assert_datetime( $foo...PETDANCE/Carp-Assert-More-2.1.0 - 16 Aug 2022 01:00:40 UTC - Search in distribution