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I ran the tests, and they passed. I ran this script to see if it was working or not. I tested it with all the handles. The only one that really didn't work was why_unrated.
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Pod::Coverage::Moose; my @mods = ( 'Moose', 'Pod::Coverage::Moose', 'Moose::Test', 'MooseX::Types', 'Moose::Micro', 'MooseX::Method' ); foreach my $mod (@mods) { my $pcm = Pod::Coverage::Moose->new( package => $mod ); print 'Coverage: ', $pcm->coverage, "\n"; }

In reply to Re: Does Pod::Coverage::Moose work or am I just being obtuse? by Khen1950fx
in thread Does Pod::Coverage::Moose work or am I just being obtuse? by Your Mother

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