eqAssoc()functions from TestMore per suggestion from Michael Schwern. The problem is that these are not test functions, and so are inconsistent with the way the rest of the functions work.
isDeeply()is the function that users really want.
isSet()and made it into a real test function.
todo(). These are a bit different than the Perl originals originals so read the docs!
BAILOUT()using exceptions and an exception handler installed in
- The final message of a test file now properly outputs in the proper place.
Tests must be run inside an element its “id” attribute set to “test”, such
<pre id="test">. The
window.onloadhandler will find it and append the final test information.
skipRest()in TestBuilder and TestMore. This method is stubbed out the Perl original, but not yet implemented there!
The only truly outstanding issues I see before I would consider these “modules” ready for production use are:
- Decide where to send test output, and where to allow other output to be
sent. Test::Builder clones
STDOUTfor this purpose. We’ll probably have to do it by overriding
- Write tests!
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