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NAME

       Test::Time - Overrides the time() and sleep() core functions for testing

SYNOPSIS

           use Test::Time;

           # Freeze time
           my $now = time();

           # Increment internal time (returns immediately)
           sleep 1;

           # Return internal time incremented by 1
           my $then = time();

DESCRIPTION

       Test::Time can be used to test modules that deal with time. Once you "use" this module,
       all references to "time", "localtime" and "sleep" will be internalized.  You can set
       custom time by passing time => number after the "use" statement:

           use Test::Time time => 1;

           my $now = time;    # $now is equal to 1
           sleep 300;         # returns immediately, displaying a note
           my $then = time;   # $then equals to 301

AUTHOR

       cho45 <cho45@lowreal.net>

SEE ALSO

LICENSE

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