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(perl) Simple socket transport for Test::Reporter
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NAME
    Test::Reporter::Transport::Socket - Simple socket transport for
    Test::Reporter

SYNOPSIS
        my $report = Test::Reporter->new(
            transport => 'Socket',
            transport_args => [
              host     => 'metabase.relay.example.com',
              port     => 58008,
            ],
        );

        # use space-separated in a CPAN::Reporter config.ini
        transport = Socket host metabase.relay.example.com ...

DESCRIPTION
    This is a Test::Reporter::Transport that sends test report data
    serialised over a TCP socket.

    The idea is to keep dependencies in the tester perl to a bear minimum
    and offload the bulk of submission to a Metabase instance to a relay.

USAGE
    See Test::Reporter and Test::Reporter::Transport for general usage
    information.

  Transport arguments
    Unlike most other Transport classes, this class requires transport
    arguments to be provided as key-value pairs:

        my $report = Test::Reporter->new(
            transport => 'Socket',
            transport_args => [
              host     => 'metabase.relay.example.com',
              port     => 58008,
            ],
        );

    Arguments include:

    "host" (required)
        The name or IP address of a host where we want to send our
        serialised data.

    "port"
        The TCP port on the above "host" to send our serialised data.

METHODS
    These methods are only for internal use by Test::Reporter.

  new
        my $sender = Test::Reporter::Transport::Socket->new( %params );

    The "new" method is the object constructor.

  send
        $sender->send( $report );

    The "send" method transmits the report.

AUTHORS
      David A. Golden (DAGOLDEN)
      Richard Dawe (RICHDAWE)
      Chris Williams (BINGOS)

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
      Portions Copyright (c) 2009 by Richard Dawe
      Portions Copyright (c) 2009-2010 by David A. Golden
      Portions Copyright (c) 2010 by Chris Williams

      This module inlines Config::Perl::V Copyright (C) 2009-2010 H.Merijn Brand

    Licensed under the same terms as Perl itself (the "License"). You may
    not use this file except in compliance with the License. A copy of the
    License was distributed with this file or you may obtain a copy of the
    License from http://dev.perl.org/licenses/

    Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
    distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
    WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
    See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
    limitations under the License.

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