I wrote a blog entry about it, also introducing a new module to handle this. Enjoy!
I released a new simple module/application WebService::Fake and wrote about it in my main blog. I'd love to read any feedback providing any insight, negative included of course (provided they're honest and polite).
And oh! I really hope to see Learning Perl 6 spring to life! I opted for the "early versions" pledge because I'm too curious to see what it will be...
Last weekend I completed an article about deploying my personal Perl projects using Dokku - it might be interesting if you have similar needs!
[...] expects to find either a
=itemblock documenting a subroutine.
In pure TIMTOWTDI spirit, it's up to you to decide which style you want to adopt. There are PROs and CONs, though.
If you're interested into using Travis-CI for your Perl projects, here's a few pointers that you should not miss:
- Graham Knop's article introducing the helpers;
- fREW's article on using it, although the specific setup refers to a previous repository that can still be cloned but it's probably not maintained any more (not reachable from Github's portal, anyway);
- Dave Cross's article with slides.
Too bad that it took me so long to find them out.