On Fri, 18 Jun 2004, Sam Tregar wrote:
> That's right, but I think it runs on a delayed update from the real
> CVS source.
yes, I got it a few hours later.
> > I am using this as I had a number of cases when suddenly part of my tests
> > did not run and I did not get any warning about this.
> That's very weird. Did your code die() or seg-fault or something? If
> so Test::Harness should notice and produce a 'dubious' result, not an
I don't know any more but if I encounter the same code again, which I
cannot avoid, that's work, I'll try to find it out again what was the
> How about no_plan all the time? I can't stand updating magic numbers.
OK, I can't have it all my way after all :)
> Computers are supposed to do my counting for me!
Hmm, they do, but you better tell them up front how long to count :)
(I know, you'll say something: till the end of the file)