cosimo at opera.com
Thu Jun 19 21:05:03 UTC 2008
Trond Norbye wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2008, at 10:14 PM, Dustin Sallings wrote:
>> On Jun 19, 2008, at 13:06, Michael Wieher wrote:
>>> From your typical-end-user point of view it really doesn't matter,
>>> since the only OS I can think of that doesn't include a perl install
>>> by default is Windows, and no one uses that anymore.
> My biggest problem with the test suite, is that I don't think it is easy
> to find the actual bug if one of the tests fails..
> How do I run just one of the tests?
Usually, `prove t/sometest.t' does this.
`prove -v t/sometest.t' runs in verbose mode,
that is, showing each test execution inside test scripts.
> and how do I tell it to talk to a
> memcached server I have in the debugger?
Again, usually an environment variable can be used
to switch to a different server. Or using an external
I can work on this, if needed.
> and yes, if I knew perl this would probably be easy ;)
Yes, it is :)
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