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       Test::Unit - the PerlUnit testing framework


       This package provides only the project version number, copyright texts, and a framework
       overview in POD format.


       This framework is intended to support unit testing in an object-oriented development
       paradigm (with support for inheritance of tests etc.) and is derived from the JUnit
       testing framework for Java by Kent Beck and Erich Gamma.  To start learning how to use
       this framework, see Test::Unit::TestCase and Test::Unit::TestSuite.  (There will also
       eventually be a tutorial in Test::Unit::Tutorial.

       However "Test::Unit::Procedural" is the procedural style interface to a sophisticated unit
       testing framework for Perl that .  Test::Unit is intended to provide a simpler interface
       to the framework that is more suitable for use in a scripting style environment.
       Therefore, Test::Unit does not provide much support for an object-oriented approach to
       unit testing.


       Copyright (c) 2000-2002, 2005 the PerlUnit Development Team (see the AUTHORS file included
       in this distribution).

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

       That is, under the terms of either of:

       ·   The GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
           version 1, or (at your option) any later version.

           The text of version 2 is included in the PerlUnit distribution package as

       ·   The "Artistic License" which comes with Perl.

           The text of this is included in the PerlUnit distribution package as COPYING.Artistic.


       ·   Test::Unit::TestCase

       ·   Test::Unit::TestSuite

       ·   Test::Unit::Procedural


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