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NAME

cpantest - Report test results of a package retrieved from CPAN

DESCRIPTION

cpantest uniformly posts package test results in support of the cpan-testers project. See http://testers.cpan.org/ for details.

USAGE

    cpantest -g grade [ -nc ] [ -auto ] [ -p package ]
             [ -t text | -f file ] [ email-addresses ]

For MacPerl, save as a droplet, and drop a module archive or unpacked folder on the droplet.

OPTIONS

-g grade

grade indicates the success or failure of the package's builtin tests, and is one of:

    grade     meaning
    -----     -------
    pass      all tests included with the package passed
    fail      some tests failed
    na        the package does not work on this platform
    unknown   the package did not include tests
-p package

package is the name of the package you are testing. If you don't supply a value on the command line, you will be prompted for one.

-nc

No comment; you will not be prompted to supply a comment about the package.

-t text

A short comment text line.

-f file

A file containing comments; '-' will make it read from STDIN. Note that an editor will still appear after reading this file.

-auto

Autosubmission (non-interactive); you won't be prompted to supply any information that you didn't provide on the command line. Implies -nc.

email-addresses

A list of additional email addresses that should be cc:'d in this report (typically, the package's author).

AUTHORS

This version of the 'cpantest' script was adapted by Adam J. Foxson <afoxson@pobox.com> for Test::Reporter, and is based on Autrijus Tang's <autrijus@autrijus.org> adaptations for CPANPLUS, which is in turn based upon the original script by Kurt Starsinic <Kurt.Starsinic@isinet.com> with various patches from the CPAN Testers <cpan-testers@perl.org>.

COPYRIGHT

        Copyright (c) 2003 Adam J. Foxson. All rights reserved. 
    Copyright (c) 2002 Autrijus Tang. All rights reserved.
    Copyright (c) 1999 Kurt Starsinic. All rights reserved.

    This program is free software; you may redistribute it
    and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.