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Nola's Blog:
Test Freak!
January 26, 2006 @ 06:37:20

In her latest post, Nola shares a testing class that she has created based on the Test::Simple method.

I'm writing a PHP class for a user, and then think.. oh gee, how do I know if this works?? oh I'll write a Test::Simple for PHP. Yes, I know there exists one already that uses the power of Perl to test PHP files, but I didn't have time to figure out how to set that up and probably won't be able to use perl anyways on the production system. I can't stand to have global variables, so I made a class. Uber simple. There's probably better ways to do it (I can imagine something much more elegant in PHP 5). But, what do you expect on a whim and 40 minutes...

her code runs a simple check to see if the end of the line being checked (passed in). It's a pretty basic testing framework, but has potential if it was made to accept "test plugins". Of course, there's other options out there too when it comes to testing in PHP...

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