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Test::Reporter - sends test results to email@example.com
use Test::Reporter; my $reporter = Test::Reporter->new(); $reporter->grade('pass'); $reporter->distribution('Mail-Freshmeat-1.20'); $reporter->send() || die $reporter->errstr(); # or my $reporter = Test::Reporter->new(); $reporter->grade('fail'); $reporter->distribution('Mail-Freshmeat-1.20'); $reporter->comments('output of a failed make test goes here...'); $reporter->edit_comments(); # if you want to edit comments in an editor $reporter->send('firstname.lastname@example.org') || die $reporter->errstr(); # or my $reporter = Test::Reporter->new( grade => 'fail', distribution => 'Mail-Freshmeat-1.20', from => 'email@example.com (Whoever Wherever)', comments => 'output of a failed make test goes here...', via => 'CPANPLUS X.Y.Z', ); $reporter->send() || die $reporter->errstr();
Test::Reporter reports the test results of any given distribution to the CPAN testing service. See http://testers.cpan.org/ for details.
Test::Reporter has wide support for various perl5's and platforms.
This constructor returns a Test::Reporter object. It will optionally accept named parameters for: mx, address, grade, distribution, from, comments, via, timeout, debug and dir.
Returns the subject line of a report, i.e. "PASS Mail-Freshmeat-1.20 Darwin 6.0". 'grade' and 'distribution' must first be specified before calling this method.
Returns the actual content of a report, i.e. "This distribution has been tested as part of the cpan-testers...". 'comments' must first be specified before calling this method, if you have comments to make and expect them to be included in the report.
Optional. Gets or sets the comments on the test report. This is most commonly used for distributions that did not pass a 'make test'.
Optional. Allows one to interactively edit the comments within a text editor. comments() doesn't have to be first specified, but it will work properly if it was.
Returns an error message describing why something failed. You must check errstr() on a send() in order to be guaranteed delivery. This is optional if you don't intend to use Test::Reporter to send reports via e-mail, see 'send' below for more information.
Optional. Gets or sets the e-mail address of the individual submitting the test report, i.e. "firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Foxson)". This is mostly of use to testers running under Windows, since Test::Reporter will usually figure this out automatically.
Gets or sets the success or failure of the distributions's 'make test' result. This must be one of:
grade meaning ----- ------- pass all tests passed fail one or more tests failed na distribution will not work on this platform unknown distribution did not include tests
Gets or sets the name of the distribution you're working on, for example Foo-Bar-0.01. There are no restrictions on what can be put here.
Sends the test report to email@example.com and cc's the e-mail to the specified recipients, if any. If you do specify recipients to be cc'd and you do not have Mail::Send installed be sure that you use the author's @cpan.org address otherwise they will not be delivered. You must check errstr() on a send() in order to be guaranteed delivery. Technically, this is optional, as you may use Test::Reporter to only obtain the 'subject' and 'report' without sending an e-mail at all, although that would be unusual.
Optional. Gets or sets the timeout value for the submission of test reports. Default is 120 seconds.
Optional. Gets or sets the value that will be appended to X-Reported-Via, generally this is useful for distributions that use Test::Reporter to report test results. This would be something like "CPANPLUS 0.036".
Optional. Gets or sets the value that will turn debugging on or off. Debug messages are sent to STDERR. 1 for on, 0 for off. Debugging generates very verbose output and is useful mainly for finding bugs in Test::Reporter itself.
Optional. Gets or sets the e-mail address that the reports will be sent to. By default, this is set to firstname.lastname@example.org. You shouldn't need this unless the CPAN Tester's change the e-mail address to send report's to.
Optional. Gets or sets the mail exchangers that will be used to send the test reports. If you override the default values make sure you pass in a reference to an array. By default, this contains the MX's known at the time of release for perl.org. If you do not have Mail::Send installed (thus using the Net::SMTP interface) and do have Net::DNS installed it will dynamically retrieve the latest MX's. You really shouldn't need to use this unless the hardcoded MX's have become wrong and you don't have Net::DNS installed.
Optional. If you have MailTools installed and you want to have it behave in a non-default manner, parameters that you give this method will be passed directly to the constructor of Mail::Mailer. See Mail::Mailer and Mail::Send for details.
Optional. Defaults to the current working directory. This method specifies the directory that write() writes test report files to.
write and read
These methods are used in situations where you test on a machine that has port 25 blocked and there is no local MTA. You use write() on the machine that you are testing from, transfer the written test reports from the testing machine to the sending machine, and use read() on the machine that you actually want to submit the reports from. write() will write a file in an internal format that contains 'From', 'Subject', and the content of the report. The filename will be represented as: grade.distribution.archname.osvers.seconds_since_epoch.pid.rpt. write() uses the value of dir() if it was specified, else the cwd.
On the machine you are testing from:
my $reporter = Test::Reporter->new ( grade => 'pass', distribution => 'Test-Reporter-1.16', )->write();
On the machine you are submitting from:
my $reporter; $reporter = Test::Reporter->new()->read('pass.Test-Reporter-1.16.i686-linux.22.214.171.1246685296.14961.rpt')->send() || die $reporter->errstr(); # wrap in an opendir if you've a lot to submit
If you specify recipients to be cc'd while using send() (and you do not have Mail::Send installed) be sure that you use the author's @cpan.org address otherwise they may not be delivered, since the perl.org MX's are unlikely to relay for anything other than perl.org and cpan.org.
If you happen to find one please email me at email@example.com, and/or report it to the below URL. Thank you.
Copyright (c) 2003 Adam J. Foxson. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
This is optional. If it's installed Test::Reporter will try even harder at guessing your mail domain.
This is optional. If it's installed Test::Reporter will dynamically retrieve the mail exchangers for perl.org, instead of relying on the MX's known at the time of this release.
This is optional. If it's installed Test::Reporter will use Mail::Send instead of Net::SMTP.
Adam J. Foxson <firstname.lastname@example.org>, with much deserved credit to Kirrily "Skud" Robert <email@example.com>, and Kurt Starsinic <Kurt.Starsinic@isinet.com> for predecessor versions (CPAN::Test::Reporter, and cpantest respectively).
Module Install Instructions
To install Test::Reporter, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell install Test::Reporter
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.