package Test::Distribution;

use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;

our $VERSION = '1.06';

# our @types = qw/pod use versions description manifest prereq exports/;
our @types = qw/use versions prereq pod description/;

my @error;
for (qw/File::Spec File::Basename File::Find::Rule/) {
	eval "require $_";
	push @error => $_ if $@;
if (@error) {
	# construct a nice message with proper placement of commas and
	# the verb 'to be' in the enumeration of the error(s)

	@error = sort @error;
	my $is = @error == 1 ? 'is' : 'are';
	my $last = pop @error;
	my $msg = join ', ' => @error;
	$msg .= ' and ' if length $msg;
	$msg .= "$last $is required for Test::Distribution";
	plan skip_all => $msg;

# This runs during BEGIN

sub import {
	return if our $been_here++;
	my $pkg = shift;
	my %args = @_;

	our @types;
	$args{only} ||= \@types;
	$args{only} = [ $args{only} ] unless ref $args{only} eq 'ARRAY';

	$args{not} ||= [];
	$args{not} = [ $args{not} ] unless ref $args{not} eq 'ARRAY';

	$args{tests} ||= 0;

	$args{dirlist} = [ qw(blib lib) ];
	$args{dir}   ||= File::Spec->catfile(@{ $args{dirlist} });


# This runs after CHECK, i.e. at run-time

sub run_tests {
	my $args = shift;
	my %args = %$args;

	our @files = File::Find::Rule->file()->name('*.pm')->in($args{dir});
	our @packages = map {
	    # $_ is like 'blib/lib/Foo/Bar/',
	    # after splitpath: $dir is 'blib/lib/Foo/Bar', $file is '',
	    # after splitdir: @dir is qw(blib lib Foo Bar),
	    # after shifting off @{$args{dirlist}}, @dir is qw(Foo Bar),
	    # so now we can portably construct the package name.

	    my ($vol, $dir, $file) = File::Spec->splitpath($_);
	    my @dir = grep { length } File::Spec->splitdir($dir);
	    shift @dir for @{ $args{dirlist} };
	    join '::' => @dir, File::Basename::basename($file, '.pm');
	    } @files;

	my %perform;
	%perform = map { $_ => 1 } @{$args{only}};
	delete @perform{ @{$args{not}} };

	# need to use() modules before we can check their $VERSIONS,
	# so we might as well test with use_ok().

	$perform{use} = 1 if $perform{versions};

	our %testers;
	our $tests = $args{tests};
	for my $type (keys %perform) {
		die "no such test type: $type\n"
		    unless grep /^$type$/ => our @types;

		my $pkg = __PACKAGE__ . '::' . $type;
		$testers{$type} = $pkg->new(
		    packages => \@packages,
		    files    => \@files,
		    dir      => $args{dir},

		$tests += $testers{$type}->num_tests;

	plan tests => $tests;

	for my $type (@types) {
		$testers{$type}->run_tests() if $perform{$type};

sub packages  { our @packages }
sub files     { our @files }
sub num_tests { our $tests }

package Test::Distribution::base;

sub new {
	my ($class, %args) = @_;
	bless \%args, $class;

sub num_tests { 0 }
sub run_tests {}

package Test::Distribution::pod;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { scalar @{ $_[0]->{files} } }

sub run_tests { SKIP: {
	my $self = shift;

	eval {
		require Test::Pod;
	skip 'Test::Pod required for testing POD', $self->num_tests() if $@;

	for my $file (@{ $self->{files} }) { pod_file_ok($file) }
} }

package Test::Distribution::use;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { scalar @{ $_[0]->{packages} } }

sub run_tests {
	my $self = shift;
	for my $package (@{ $self->{packages} }) { use_ok($package) }

package Test::Distribution::versions;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { scalar @{ $_[0]->{packages} } }

sub run_tests {
	my $self = shift;

	for my $package (@{ $self->{packages} }) {
		our $version;

		my $this_version = do {
		    no strict 'refs';

		unless (defined $version) {
			$version = $this_version;
			    "$package defines a version");
		is($this_version, $version, "$package version matches");

package Test::Distribution::description;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { 4 }

sub run_tests {
	my $self = shift;
	ok(-e, "$_ exists") for qw/Changes MANIFEST README Makefile.PL/;

# XXX - not yet implemented and no docs or tests yet.
package Test::Distribution::manifest;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { 0 }

sub run_tests {
	my $self = shift;

package Test::Distribution::prereq;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { 1 }

sub run_tests { SKIP: {
	my $self = shift;

	eval {
		require File::Find::Rule;
		require Module::CoreList;
	skip 'File::Find::Rule and Module::CoreList required for testing PREREQ_PM', $self->num_tests() if $@;
    skip "testing PREREQ_PM not implemented for perl $] because Module::CoreList doesn't know about it", $self->num_tests unless
        exists $Module::CoreList::version{ $] };

	my (%use, %package);

	    File::Find::Rule->exec(sub {
		my $fh;
		return 0 unless open $fh, $_;
		my $shebang = <$fh>;
		close $fh;
		return $shebang =~ /^#!.*\bperl/;
	)->exec(sub {
	    my $fh;
	    return 0 unless open $fh, $_;
	    while (<$fh>) {
		    $use{$1}++ if /^use \s+ ([^\W\d][\w:]+) (\s*\n | .*;)/x;
		    $package{$1}++ if /^package \s+ ([\w:]+) \s* ;/x;
	    return 1;

	# We're not interested in use()d modules that are provided by
	# this distro, or in core modules. It's ok core modules aren't
	# mentioned in PREREQ_PM.

	no warnings 'once';
	delete @use{ keys %package, keys %{ $Module::CoreList::version{$]} } };

	open my $fh, 'Makefile.PL' or die "can't open Makefile.PL: $!\n";
	my $make = do { local $/; <$fh> };
	close $fh or die "can't close Makefile.PL: $!\n";
	$make =~ s/use \s+ ExtUtils::MakeMaker \s* ;/no strict;/gx;

	$make .= 'sub WriteMakefile {
	    my %h = @_; our @prereq = keys %{ $h{PREREQ_PM} || {} } }';
	eval $make;
	die $@ if $@;

	delete @use{our @prereq};
	ok(keys(%use) == 0, 'All non-core use()d modules listed in PREREQ_PM')
	  or diag(prereq_error(%use));
} }

# construct an error message for test output
sub prereq_error {
    my %use = @_;
    my @modules = sort keys %use;
    (@modules > 1 ? 'These modules are' : 'A module is') .
      " used but not mentioned in Makefile.PL's PREREQ_PM:\n" .
      join "\n" => map { "  $_" } @modules;

# XXX - not yet implemented and no docs or tests yet.
package Test::Distribution::exports;
use Test::More;
our @ISA = 'Test::Distribution::base';

sub num_tests { 0 }

sub run_tests {
	my $self = shift;



=head1 NAME

Test::Distribution - perform tests on all modules of a distribution


  $ cat t/01distribution.t
  use Test::Distribution;
  $ make test


When using this module in a test script, it goes through all the modules
in your distribution, checks their POD, checks that they compile ok and
checks that they all define the same $VERSION.

It defines its own testing plan, so you usually don't use it in
conjunction with other C<Test::*> modules in the same file. It's
recommended that you just create a one-line test script as shown in the
SYNOPSIS above. However, there are options...

=head1 OPTIONS

On the line in which you C<use()> this module, you can specify named
arguments that influence the testing behavior.

=over 4

=item C<tests =E<gt> NUMBER>

Specifies that in addition to the tests run by this module, your test
script will run additional tests. In other words, this value influences
the test plan. For example:

  use Test::Distribution tests => 1;
  use Test::More;
  is($foo, $bar, 'baz');

It is important that you don't specify a C<tests> argument when
using C<Test::More> or other test modules as the plan is handled by

=item C<only =E<gt> STRING|LIST>

Specifies that only certain sets of tests are to be run. Possible values
are those mentioned in TEST TYPES below. For example, if you only want
to run the POD tests, you could say:

  use Test::Distribution only => 'pod';

To specify that you only want to run the POD tests and the C<use> tests,
and also that you are going to run two tests of your own, use:

  use Test::Distribution
    only  => [ qw/pod use/ ],
    tests => 2;

Note that when you specify the C<versions> option, the C<use> option
is automatically added. This is because in order to get a module's
C<$VERSION>, it has to be loaded. In this case we might as well run a
C<use> test.

The value for C<only> can be a string or a reference to a list of strings.

=item C<not =E<gt> STRING|LIST>

Specifies that certain types of tests should not be run. All tests not
mentioned in this argument are run. For example, if you want to test
everything except the POD, use:

  use Test::Distribution
    not => 'pod';

The value for C<not> can be a string or a reference to a list of
strings. Although it doesn't seem to make much sense, you can use both
C<only> and C<not>. In this case only the tests specified in C<only>,
but not C<not> are run (if this makes any sense).



Here is a description of the types of tests available.

=over 4

=item C<pod>

Checks for POD errors in files

=item C<use>

This C<use()>s the modules to make sure the load happens ok.

=item C<versions>

Checks that all packages define C<$VERSION> strings.

=item C<description>

Checks that the following files exist:

=over 4

=item Changes


=item README

=item Makefile.PL


=item C<prereq>

Checks whether all C<use()>d modules that aren't in the perl core are
also mentioned in Makefile.PL's C<PREREQ_PM>.



C<Test::Distribution> uses C<File::Find::Rule> and C<Test::Pod>, amongst
other modules. Each of these modules have their own rather long list
of prerequisites. If you use the CPAN shell or a package manager to
install modules, this is probably of no concern, but if you install
modules manually, you might not care to install a lot of modules just
to get C<Test::Distribution> to run.

Because of this, C<Test::Distribution> checks whether you have
the required modules installed and skips tests (per C<Test::More>
definition) as necessary if these modules are not found. If you don't
have C<Test::Pod>, you can't run the C<pod> tests. If you don't have
C<Module::CoreList>, you can't run the C<prereq> tests. But if you don't
have C<File::Find::Rule>, all tests are skipped.


There are a few subroutines to help you see what this module is
doing. Note that these subroutines are neither exported nor exportable,
so you have to call them fully qualified.

=over 4

=item C<Test::Distribution::packages()>

This is a list of packages that have been found. That is, we assume that
each file contains a package of the name indicated by the file's relative
position. For example, a file in C<blib/lib/Foo/> is expected to
be available via C<use Foo::Bar>.

=item C<Test::Distribution::files()>

This is a list of files that tests have been run on. The filenames
are relative to the distribution's root directory, so they start with

=item C<Test::Distribution::num_tests()>

This is the number of tests that this module has run, based on your



=over 4

=item C<manifest> test type

This would check the MANIFEST's integrity.

=item C<export> test type

This would mandate that there should be a test for each exported symbol
of each module.


Let me know what you think of these ideas. Are they
necessary? Unnecessary? Do you have feature requests of your own?

=head1 BUGS

If you find any bugs or oddities, please do inform the maintainer.


See perlmodinstall for information and options on installing Perl modules.


The latest version of this module is available from the Distribution Perl
Archive Network (CPAN). Visit <> to find a CPAN
site near you. Or see <>.

=head1 VERSION

This document describes version 1.05 of C<Test::Distribution>.

=head1 AUTHOR

Marcel GrE<uuml>nauer <>


Sagar R. Shah


This module was inspired by a journal entry by C<brian d foy>
(see where he describes
an idea by Andy Lester.


Copyright 2002-2003 Marcel GrE<uuml>nauer. All rights reserved.

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

=head1 SEE ALSO

perl(1), Test::More(3pm), Test::Pod(3pm), File::Find::Rule(3pm).