Mostly 100% Root controller coverage.
If anyone can knock out the conditional coverage,
that would be greatly appreciated.
100% Coverage of registration page.
Fix template, show coverage.
Now, how will I handle this last piece...
Updated coverage of these tests.
Fix a test.
Fix the code, most test cases covered.
I'm probably using some of my tests incorrectly...we'll
find out soon enough.
Lots of tests: not all working.
Minor line moving.
Simplify statements. Show updated coverage.
Fix tests, show new coverage.
New test file. Some coverage.
$mech->back just won't work with me. ☹
Add proper status code.
May have to update tests later.
Another successful test + coverage.
409 status code is probably my new favorite one
(besides 200 of course).
More dead end tests + coverage.
The last/hardest part (if possible):
making Syntax::Highlight::Perl6 do its thing.
Fix first dead end test, show coverage.
Use $mech->code to get the status code.
Certain variables are always defined in context.
Add start of 404 page tests.
Have to find a way to rework the test so that
getting a 404 is a good thing.
Simplify main code. Show updated coverage.
HTTP form transfers are never undef.
Thus, I never have to check for definedness.
Fix code: test worked. Show coverage.
Yes kids: testing CAN be a good thing.
Test possibly works. Must fix named guests.
Something broke while adding unregistered names.
I have to fix that first.
Add more working tests, show results.
Show improved coverage.
Add new task.
Results of previous commit.
Add through $rs->add_paste()
Improve coverage, ensure ResultSet is sane.
Show improved coverage...for once.
Remove diag() statements.
Fix the test and mapping.
Partly working map, better diag on failure.
Presently trying to figure out why the
last one isn't working: may have to settle
this outside of the function.
Add passing tests.
Note: $mech->back didn't work as expected.
Had to put in a workaround.
Start of $mech navigation.
The attempted restart of Mechanize.
Hopefully I won't break the coverage reports THIS time.
Updates to the doc files.
The rarely changing coverage.
No longer need this.