Test::Stream::Event::Ok - Ok event type
See Test::Stream::Manual::ToTest2 for a conversion guide.
Ok events are generated whenever you run a test that produces a result. Examples are
use Test::Stream::Context qw/context/; use Test::Stream::Event::Ok; my $ctx = context(); my $event = $ctx->ok($bool, $name, \@diag);
my $ctx = debug(); my $event = $ctx->send_event( 'Ok', pass => $bool, name => $name, diag => \@diag );
- $rb = $e->pass
The original true/false value of whatever was passed into the event (but reduced down to 1 or 0).
- $name = $e->name
Name of the test.
- $diag = $e->diag
An arrayref full of diagnostics strings to print in the event of a failure.
Note: This does not have anything by default, the
default_diag()method can be used to generate the basic diagnostics message which you may push into this arrayref.
- $b = $e->effective_pass
This is the true/false value of the test after TODO, SKIP, and similar modifiers are taken into account.
- $b = $e->allow_bad_name
This relaxes the test name checks such that they allow characters that can confuse a TAP parser.
- $string = $e->default_diag()
This generates the default diagnostics string:
# Failed test 'Some Test' # at t/foo.t line 42.
- @sets = $e->to_tap()
- @sets = $e->to_tap($num)
Generate the tap stream for this object.
@setscontaines 1 or more arrayrefs that identify the IO handle to use, and the string that should be sent to it.
IO Handle identifiers are set to the value of the Test::Stream::Formatter::TAP
@sets = ( [OUT_STD() => 'not ok 1 - foo'], [OUT_ERR() => '# Test 1 Failed ...' ], ... );
The source code repository for Test::Stream can be found at http://github.com/Test-More/Test-Stream/.
Copyright 2015 Chad Granum <email@example.com>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.