libtest-mockdatetime-perl 0.02-2 source package in Ubuntu


libtest-mockdatetime-perl (0.02-2) unstable; urgency=medium

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libtest-mockdatetime-perl: module to mock DateTime->now calls during tests

 Getting the current time sometimes is not very helpful for testing scenarios.
 Instead, if you could obtain a known value during the runtime of a testcase
 will make your results predictable.
 The Test::MockDateTime module allows faking a given date and time for the
 runtime of a subsequent code block. By default the on keyword is exported
 into the namespace of the test file. The date to get mocked must be in a
 format that is recognized by DateTime::Format::DateParse.