Provided by: libtest-corpus-audio-mpd-perl_1.120990-2_all bug


       Test::Corpus::Audio::MPD - automate launching of fake mdp for testing purposes


       version 1.120990


           use Test::Corpus::Audio::MPD; # die if error


       This module will try to launch a new mpd server for testing purposes.  This mpd server
       will then be used during POE::Component::Client::MPD or Audio::MPD tests.

       In order to achieve this, the module will create a fake mpd.conf file with the correct
       pathes (ie, where you untarred the module tarball). It will then check if some mpd server
       is already running, and stop it if the "MPD_TEST_OVERRIDE" environment variable is true
       (die otherwise).  Last it will run the test mpd with its newly created configuration file.

       Everything described above is done automatically when the module is "use"-d.

       Once the tests are run, the mpd server will be shut down, and the original one will be
       relaunched (if there was one).

       Note that the test mpd will listen to "localhost", so you are on the safe side. Note also
       that the test suite comes with its own ogg files.  Those files are 2 seconds tracks
       recording my voice saying ok, and are freely redistributable under the same license as the
       code itself.

       In case you want more control on the test mpd server, you can use the supplied public
       methods. This might be useful when trying to test connections with mpd server.


   customize_test_mpd_configuration( [$port] );
       Create a fake mpd configuration file, based on the file mpd.conf.template located in share
       subdir. The string PWD will be replaced by the real path (ie, where the tarball has been
       untarred), while TMP will be replaced by a new temp directory. The string PORT will be
       replaced by $port if specified, 6600 otherwise (MPD's default).

   my $dir = playlist_dir();
       Return the temp dir where the test playlists will be stored.

       Start the fake mpd, and die if there were any error.

       Kill the fake mpd.


       You can look for information on this module at:

       ·   Search CPAN


       ·   See open / report bugs


       ·   Mailing-list (same as Audio::MPD)


       ·   Git repository


       ·   AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation


       ·   CPAN Ratings



       Jerome Quelin


       This software is copyright (c) 2009 by Jerome Quelin.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.