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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by jkramer (8866) on 2008.10.08 17:46 (#65338)

    I've thought about this a lot. For a long time, I avoided chained method calls, like:

    $foo->bar->baz(123, "abc");

    or:

    $foo->{bar}->baz(123);

    because only the first method was highlighted as such. Some day I discovered perl-mauke.vim [1] which made lots of things better. However, there are still some things I avoid because of Vim. However, that's probably just me. I also avoid modules with names that are not correctly camel-cased (in my understanding), or methods that start with an uppercase letter. And the list goes on...

    [1] http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2300 [vim.org]