Provided by: libtap-formatter-html-perl_0.11+dfsg-2_all
App::Prove::Plugin::HTML - a prove plugin for HTML output
# command-line usage: prove -P HTML=outfile:out.html,css_uri:style.css,js_uri:foo.js,force_inline_css:0 # NOTE: this is currently in alpha, this usage will likely change!
This is a quick & dirty second attempt at making TAP::Formatter::HTML easier to use from the command line. It will change once App::Prove has better support for plugins than need to take cmdline data. The original goal was to be able to specify all the args on the cmdline, ala: prove --html=output.html --css-uri foo.css --css-uri bar.css --force-inline-css 0 But this is currently not possible with the way the App::Prove plugin system works. As a compromise, you must use the following syntax: prove -P HTML=arg1:val1,arg2:val2,... Where argN is any TAP::Formatter::HTML parameter that is configurable via %ENV. Example prove -P HTML=outfile:out.html,css_uri:style.css,js_uri:foo.js,force_inline_css:0 This will cause prove to load this plugin, which loads TAP::Formatter::HTML for you, and sets formatter to "TAP::Formatter::HTML" to save you some typing. To configure TAP::Formatter::HTML, the following %ENV vars are set: TAP_FORMATTER_HTML_OUTFILE=out.html TAP_FORMATTER_HTML_FORCE_INLINE_CSS=0 TAP_FORMATTER_HTML_CSS_URIS=style.css TAP_FORMATTER_HTML_JS_URIS=func.js Yes, you can pass 2 or more css_uri or js_uri args. %ENV vars?! Briefly, App::Prove currently only lets you specify the "formatter_class" for TAP::Harness, it doesn't let you instantiate a formatter, or pass config to the formatter. Yes, I know %ENV vars are a horrible way to do things. If it bugs you too, then join the TAP::Harness devs and help us fix it ;-).
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Steve Purkis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2008-2010 Steve Purkis <email@example.com>, S Purkis Consulting Ltd. All rights reserved. This module is released under the same terms as Perl itself.
prove, App::Prove, TAP::Formatter::HTML