Provided by: libtest-minimumversion-perl_0.101082-2_all bug

NAME

       Test::MinimumVersion - does your code require newer perl than you think?

VERSION

       version 0.101082

SYNOPSIS

       Example minimum-perl.t:

         #!perl
         use Test::MinimumVersion;
         all_minimum_version_ok('5.008');

FUNCTIONS

   minimum_version_ok
         minimum_version_ok($file, $version);

       This test passes if the given file does not seem to require any version of perl newer than
       $version, which may be given as a version string or a version object.

   all_minimum_version_ok
         all_minimum_version_ok($version, \%arg);

       Given either a version string or a version object, this routine produces a test plan (if
       there is no plan) and tests each relevant file with "minimum_version_ok".

       Relevant files are found by File::Find::Rule::Perl.

       "\%arg" is optional.  Valid arguments are:

         paths   - in what paths to look for files; defaults to (bin, script, t, lib,
                   xt/smoke, and any .pm or .PL files in the current working
                   directory) if it contains files, they will be checked
         no_plan - do not plan the tests about to be run
         skip    - files to skip; this can be useful in weird cases like gigantic
                   files, files falsely detected as Perl, or code that uses
                   a source filter; this should be an arrayref of filenames

   all_minimum_version_from_metayml_ok
         all_minimum_version_from_metayml_ok(\%arg);

       This routine checks META.yml for an entry in requires for perl.  If no META.yml file or no
       perl version is found, all tests are skipped.  If a version is found, the test proceeds as
       if "all_minimum_version_ok" had been called with that version.

   all_minimum_version_from_metajson_ok
         all_minimum_version_from_metajson_ok(\%arg);

       This routine checks META.json for an entry in requires for perl.  If no META.json file or
       no perl version is found, all tests are skipped.  If a version is found, the test proceeds
       as if "all_minimum_version_ok" had been called with that version.

   all_minimum_version_from_mymetayml_ok
         all_minimum_version_from_mymetayml_ok(\%arg);

       This routine checks MYMETA.yml for an entry in requires for perl.  If no MYMETA.yml file
       or no perl version is found, all tests are skipped.  If a version is found, the test
       proceeds as if "all_minimum_version_ok" had been called with that version.

   all_minimum_version_from_mymetajson_ok
         all_minimum_version_from_mymetajson_ok(\%arg);

       This routine checks MYMETA.json for an entry in requires for perl.  If no MYMETA.json file
       or no perl version is found, all tests are skipped.  If a version is found, the test
       proceeds as if "all_minimum_version_ok" had been called with that version.

AUTHOR

       Ricardo Signes

CONTRIBUTORS

       ·   Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@codesimply.com>

       ·   Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@cpan.org>

       ·   Steve Hay <steve.m.hay@googlemail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2007 by Ricardo Signes.

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