Temporary directories that stick around when tests fail
This module works with Test::More to create temporary directories that
stick around if tests fail.
It is loosely based on Test::TempDir, but with less complexity, greater
portability and zero non-core dependencies. (Capture::Tiny is recommended
The tempdir and in_tempdir functions are exported by default.
If the current directory is writable, the root for directories will be
_./tmp_. Otherwise, a File::Temp directory will be created wherever
temporary directories are stored for your system.
Every _*.t_ file gets its own subdirectory under the root based on the test
filename, but with slashes and periods replaced with underscores. For
example, _t/foo.t_ would get a test-file-specific subdirectory
_./tmp/t_foo_t/_. Directories created by tempdir get put in that directory.
This makes it very easy to find files later if tests fail.
The test-file-specific name is consistent from run-to-run. If an old
directory already exists, it will be removed.
When the test file exits, if all tests passed, then the test-file-specific
directory is recursively removed.
If a test failed and the root directory is _./tmp_, the test-file-specific
directory sticks around for inspection. (But if the root is a File::Temp
directory, it is always discarded).
If nothing is left in _./tmp_ (i.e. no other test file failed), then
_./tmp_ is cleaned up as well (unless it's a symlink).
This module attempts to avoid race conditions due to parallel testing. In
extreme cases, the test-file-specific subdirectory might be created as a
regular File::Temp directory rather than in _./tmp_. In such a case, a
warning will be issued.
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