|From:||Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net>|
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perldoc Test::More says:
Key feature milestones include:
Subtests were released in Test::More 0.94, which came with Perl
5.12.0. Subtests did not implicitly call "done_testing()" until
0.96; the first Perl with that fix was Perl 5.14.0 with 0.98.
This was released in Test::More 0.88 and first shipped with Perl in
5.10.1 as part of Test::More 0.92.
We actually test for a version >= 0.87 both in PostgreSQL::Test::Utils
and in configure.ac. That seems wrong, since we need done_testing().
But I'd really like it if we could shift the goalposts a bit and require
0.96. subtests would be really nice to have available. Unfortunately I
don't have any idea what versions of Test::More are actually in use.
Perhaps we could add a line to one of the TAP tests that would spit out
the version on the log?
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