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Test::TypeTiny - useful functions for testing the efficacy of type constraints
use strict; use warnings; use Test::More; use Test::TypeTiny; use Types::Mine qw(Integer Number); should_pass(1, Integer); should_pass(-1, Integer); should_pass(0, Integer); should_fail(2.5, Integer); ok_subtype(Number, Integer); done_testing;
This module is covered by the Type-Tiny stability policy.
Test::TypeTiny provides a few handy functions for testing type constraints. Functions "should_pass($value, $type, $test_name)" "should_pass($value, $type)" Test that passes iff $value passes "$type->check". "should_fail($value, $type, $test_name)" "should_fail($value, $type)" Test that passes iff $value fails "$type->check". "ok_subtype($type, @subtypes)" Test that passes iff all @subtypes are subtypes of $type. "EXTENDED_TESTING" Exportable boolean constant. "matchfor(@things)" Assistant for matching exceptions. Not exported by default. See also Test::Fatal::matchfor.
If the "EXTENDED_TESTING" environment variable is set to true, this module will promote each "should_pass" or "should_fail" test into a subtest block and test the type constraint in both an inlined and non-inlined manner. This variable must be set at compile time (i.e. before this module is loaded).
Please report any bugs to <http://rt.cpan.org/Dist/Display.html?Queue=Type-Tiny>.
Type::Tiny. For an alternative to "should_pass", see Test::Deep::Type which will happily accept a Type::Tiny type constraint instead of a MooseX::Types one.
Toby Inkster <email@example.com>.
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