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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by sigzero (5768) on 2007.07.11 13:19 (#56174) Journal
    Just use perltidy!
    • The problem with that approach is that if you check in a tidied file it wallops the diff. Yes you can argue that you should retidy it to group development standards, etc. but those are largely manual processes that get developers grumpy.

      Subversion has great pre-commit hooks, but the core problem is that you can't actually have it tidy the file and then check it in. And then you have to have your editor retidy to your specs.

      But hey, this can be done with wrappers around the svn binary right? Someone has