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TAP::Formatter::Color - Run Perl test scripts with color
Note that this harness is experimental. You may not like the colors I've chosen and I haven't yet provided an easy way to override them. This test harness is the same as TAP::Harness, but test results are output in color. Passing tests are printed in green. Failing tests are in red. Skipped tests are blue on a white background and TODO tests are printed in white. If Term::ANSIColor cannot be found (and Win32::Console::ANSI if running under Windows) tests will be run without color.
use TAP::Formatter::Color; my $harness = TAP::Formatter::Color->new( \%args ); $harness->runtests(@tests);
Class Methods "new" The constructor returns a new "TAP::Formatter::Color" object. If Term::ANSIColor is not installed, returns undef. "can_color" Test::Formatter::Color->can_color() Returns a boolean indicating whether or not this module can actually generate colored output. This will be false if it could not load the modules needed for the current platform. "set_color" Set the output color.