Provided by: libtest-api-perl_0.010-1_all
Test::API - Test a list of subroutines provided by a module
use Test::More tests => 3; use Test::API; require_ok( 'My::Package' ); public_ok ( 'My::Package', @names ); import_ok ( 'My::Package', export => [ 'foo', 'bar' ], export_ok => [ 'baz', 'bam' ], ); class_api_ok( 'My::Class', @methods );
This simple test module checks the subroutines provided by a module. This is useful for confirming a planned API in testing and ensuring that other functions aren't unintentionally included via import.
Note: Subroutines starting with an underscore are ignored, as are a number of other methods not intended to be called directly by end-users. import unimport bootstrap AUTOLOAD BUILD BUILDARGS CLONE CLONE_SKIP DESTROY DEMOLISH TIESCALAR TIEARRAY TIEHASH TIEHANDLE FETCH STORE UNTIE FETCHSIZE STORESIZE POP PUSH SHIFT UNSHIFT SPLICE DELETE EXISTS EXTEND CLEAR FIRSTKEY NEXTKEY PRINT PRINTF WRITE READLINE GETC READ CLOSE BINMODE OPEN EOF FILENO SEEK TELL SCALAR MODIFY_REF_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_SCALAR_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_ARRAY_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_HASH_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_CODE_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_GLOB_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_FORMAT_ATTRIBUTES MODIFY_IO_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_REF_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_SCALAR_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_ARRAY_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_HASH_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_CODE_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_GLOB_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_FORMAT_ATTRIBUTES FETCH_IO_ATTRIBUTES Therefore, do not include any of these in a list of expected subroutines. public_ok public_ok( $package, @names ); This function checks that all of the @names provided are available within the $package namespace and that *only* these subroutines are available. This means that subroutines imported from other modules will cause this test to fail unless they are explicitly included in @names. class_api_ok class_api_ok( $class, @names ); A variation of "public_ok" for object-oriented modules. Allows superclasses to fill in "missing" subroutines, but "extra" methods provided by superclasses will not cause the test to fail. import_ok import_ok ( $package, %spec ); This function checks that $package correctly exports an expected list of subroutines and *only* these subroutines. The %spec generally follows the style used by [Exporter], but in lower case: %spec = ( export => [ 'foo', 'bar' ], # exported automatically export_ok => [ 'baz', 'bam' ], # optional exports ); For "export_ok", the test will check for public functions not listed in "export" or "export_ok" that can be imported and will fail if any are found.
· Test::ClassAPI -- more geared towards class trees with inheritance
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