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perl-Test-Spec (Write tests in a declarative specification style)

This is a declarative specification-style testing system for
behavior-driven development (BDD) in Perl. The tests (a.k.a.
examples) are named with strings instead of subroutine names, so your
fingers will suffer less fatigue from underscore-itis, with the side
benefit that the test reports are more ligeble.

This module is inspired by and borrows heavily from RSpec
(, a BDD tool for the Ruby
programming language.

This requires: perl-Tie-IxHash, perl-Test-Trap, perl-Package-Stash, perl-Test-Deep

Maintained by: Andreas Guldstrand
ChangeLog: perl-Test-Spec


Source Downloads:
Test-Spec-0.53.tar.gz (329fbbe672b8dbebf42a71f6c7d9a1e1)

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