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       Test::Is - Skip test in a declarative way, following the Lancaster Consensus


       version 20140823.1


       I want that this runs only on interactive environments:

           use Test::Is 'interactive';

       This test is an extended test: it takes much time to run or may have special running
       conditions that may inconvenience a user that just want to install the module:

           use Test::Is 'extended';


           use Test::Is 'interactive', 'extended';

       This test is only for perl 5.10+:

           use Test::Is 'perl v5.10';
           use feature 'say';


       This module is a simple way of following the specifications of the environment
       <> variables available for Perl
       tests as defined as one of the "Lancaster Consensus <
       Gang/toolchain-site/blob/master/>" at Perl QA Hackathon 2013. Those
       variables ("NONINTERACTIVE_TESTING", "EXTENDED_TESTING") define which tests should be

       If the environment does not match what the author of the test expected, the complete test
       is skipped (in the same way as "use Test::More skip_all => ...").

       As an author, you can also expect that you will automatically benefit of later evolutions
       of this specification just by upgrading the module.

       As a CPAN toolchain author (CPAN client, smoker...) you may want to ensure at runtime that
       the installed version of this module matches the environment you set yourself.


       ·   Environment variables for testing contexts <
           testing-contexts>: the specification of the Lancaster Consensus.

       ·   Test::DescribeMe by WOLFSAGE, also created at Perl QA Hackathon 2013.


       Olivier Mengué, <>


       Copyright © 2013 Olivier Mengué.

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