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Use perl that Test::Continuous uses to run prove, even if not in path #11
Instead of relying on the path to find 'prove', this uses $^X. This is more compatible with multiple installations of Perl, as it will assume that you want to test the application under whatever version of
The use of $^X and building a script that does what prove does (call App::Prove with the appropriate arguments) rather than to try to find prove in the path is to try to allow this to work on systems that don't necessarily have Unix-like paths, or where prove is installed in a different location than Perl.