[Catalyst] Automated testing?

Dennis Daupert ddaupert at gmail.com
Sun Apr 18 20:44:06 GMT 2010

On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 11:22 AM, Bill Moseley <moseley at hank.org> wrote:

> I have a cron job that watches for changes to SVN, and when found the cron
> script exports the code and runs the tests.  The idea is to notify
> developers if they check in code that causes testing to fail.
> I'd like to move away from using my custom scripts to a more generic tool
> that will do automated testing for all our packaged Perl code, not just t=
> Catalyst apps.  (Since the Catalyst app is just another Perl distribution=
>  Perhaps something similar to what cpan testers use where email
> notifications are sent but also provide a web-based history of testing.
> Do you do anything similar?  Anyone using Smolder and/or SmokeRunner::Mul=
> or other standard tools for their in-house code?
> Thanks,
> --
> Bill Moseley
> moseley at hank.org
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> Hi Bill,

I'd suggest contacting Gabor Szabo (gabor at szabgab.com) He knows the
territory, and has been involved with Perl's automated tests. He would  be
able to supply you with all the info you would need. I just noticed on his
web site contact info page there's a note that he's teaching a master class
at YAPC NA 2010: http://szabgab.com/contact.html

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