"Jason E. Stewart" <jason(at)openinformatics(dot)com> writes:
> "Bruce Momjian" <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> > I am working with David Wheeler on DBD:pg and hope to have a release
> > packaged up tomorrow.
> Bruce, David,
> I'm updating all the test scripts to properly use the standard DBI
> testing env vars, e.g. DBI_DSN, DBI_USER, DBI_PASS, and to use
> I've finished and committed half of them, I'll let you know when I'm
Ok, all done. All tests now use standard DBI vars and Test::More.
All tests pass.
David, could you take a look at 11quoting.t? I'm pretty sure you wrote
this test (didn't you?). I converted the array of tests to a hash
table so that I could give them names. However, I could only give the
tests names like 'one', 'two', etc. Perhaps you can think of something
The names are a really nice feature of Test::More. When you run the
test files individually it prints out:
ok 1 - connect with transaction
ok 2 - three: \ -> expected '\134' got '\134'
ok 3 - five: \'?: -> expected '\134\047?:' got '\134\047?:'
ok 4 - one: ' -> expected '\047' got '\047'
ok 5 - two: '' -> expected '\047\047' got '\047\047'
ok 6 - four: \' -> expected '\134\047' got '\134\047'
ok 7 - SQL_BINARY
ok 8 - disconnect
So that you can find a test by name when it fails.
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