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Thanks for your clear response.

Devel::Cover tells you how much of your code your tests are exercising. So, if you don't hook it into your tests, how is it supposed to do its job?

Agreed - but as noted, running against the test harness script gives no practical output. I can do it against each .t script individually, but that's a pain. When you run use Devel::Cover, do you run it against a script that calls all your tests, or some other way?

Personally, I think your layout is borked. There is no reason to put your t/ directory under lib/Foo/Bar, just because the Foo/Bar levels have no files.

I'll move up the t/ directory. The docs/ is a typo in my node. The real dir is called document_root/, which isn't exactly inspired itself.

Update: clarified docs/ layout

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