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1 %define upstream_name Test-Kwalitee
2 %define upstream_version 1.01
3
4 Name: perl-%{upstream_name}
5 Version: %perl_convert_version %{upstream_version}
6 Release: %mkrel 1
7
8 Summary: Test the Kwalitee of a distribution before you release it
9 License: GPL+ or Artistic
10 Group: Development/Perl
11 Url: http://search.cpan.org/dist/%{upstream_name}
12 Source0: http://www.cpan.org/modules/by-module/Test/%{upstream_name}-%{upstream_version}.tar.bz2
13
14 BuildRequires: perl-version
15 BuildRequires: perl(Module::CPANTS::Analyse)
16 BuildRequires: perl(Module::Build)
17 BuildArch: noarch
18
19
20 %description
21 Kwalitee is an automatically-measurable gauge of how good your software is.
22 That's very different from quality, which a computer really can't measure in a
23 general sense. (If you can, you've solved a hard problem in computer science.)
24
25 In the world of the CPAN, the CPANTS project (CPAN Testing Service; also a
26 funny acronym on its own) measures Kwalitee with several metrics. If you plan
27 to release a distribution to the CPAN -- or even within your own organization
28 -- testing its Kwalitee before creating a release can help you improve your
29 quality as well.
30
31 Test::Kwalitee and a short test file will do this for you automatically.
32
33 %prep
34 %setup -q -n %{upstream_name}-%{upstream_version}
35
36 %build
37 %{__perl} Build.PL installdirs=vendor
38 ./Build
39
40 %check
41 ./Build test
42
43 %install
44 rm -rf %{buildroot}
45 ./Build install destdir=%{buildroot}
46
47 %clean
48 rm -rf %{buildroot}
49
50 %files
51 %defattr(-,root,root)
52 %doc ChangeLog README
53 %{perl_vendorlib}/Test
54 %{_mandir}/*/*

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