I’m no expert, but given that this written in Perl, I’d look to that tooling for testing procedures.


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From: Chris Cooper [mailto:ccooper@co3sys.com]
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 10:28
To: webadmin-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [webmin-devel] module development and testing




We're currently looking into writing a webmin module for configuring a proprietary application on our appliance platform (currently targeting Turnkey Linux which includes webmin by default).


I have found the development wiki which has all kinds of useful information, but I can find nothing on testing.


I am interested in how we can unit test (if that is even possible) our module. What are the testing best practices? Is there a test harness we can make use of?