sub done-testing

Documentation for sub done-testing assembled from the following types:

class Test

From Test

(Test) sub done-testing

Defined as:

sub done-testing()

Specify that testing has finished. Use this function when you don't have a plan with the number of tests to run. A plan is not required when using done-testing.

It's recommended that the done-testing function be removed and replaced with a plan function when all tests are finalized. Use of plan can help detect test failures otherwise not reported because tests were accidentally skipped due to bugs in the tests or bugs in the compiler. For example:

sub do-stuff {@};
use Test;
ok .is-prime for do-stuff;
done-testing;
 
# output: 
1..0

The above example is where a done-testing fails. do-stuff() returned nothing and tested nothing, even though it should've returned results to test. But the test suite doesn't know how many tests were meant to be run, so it passes.

Adding plan gives a true picture of the test:

sub do-stuff {@};
use Test;
plan 1;
ok .is-prime for do-stuff;
 
# output: 
1..1
# Looks like you planned 1 test, but ran 0 

Note that leaving the done-testing in place will have no effect on the new test results, but it should be removed for clarity.