parrot-prove man page

parrot-prove — Prove is a PIR-based TAP (Test Anything Protocol) Harness

Synopsis

parrot-prove [option] [files]

Description

It eats test output (i.e. is a TAP consumer) and tells humans if the test suite passed, and if not, which kind of pretty colors of smoke came out. It is mostly equivalent to 'prove' from Perl 5.

Command line boolean options

To print all test lines use :

-v
--verbose

To run the tests in random order use :

-s
--shuffle

To show failed tests use :

-f
--failures

To show comments use :

-o
--comments

To ignore exit status from test scripts use :

--ignore-exit

To merge test scripts STDERR with their STDOUT use :

-m
--merge

To run tests in reverse order use :

--reverse

To suppress some test output while running tests use :

-q
--quiet

To print only summary result use :

-Q
--QUIET

To show only results with TODO or SKIP directives use :

--directives

To normalize TAP output in verbose output use :

--normalize

To display help use :

-h
--help

To display version use :

-v
--version

Command line options that take arguments

To interpreter to run the tests (' ' for compiled tests.) use :

-e
--exec

To store the resulting TAP in an archive file use :

-a
--archive

Help

For more help or any other question you go to <http://parrot.org> or <http://github.com/parrot/parrot>.Or you can send email to 'parrot-dev@parrot.org'. You are also invited to join the #parrot IRC channel on irc.parrot.org.

Info

2014-10-21 perl v5.24.0 User Contributed Perl Documentation