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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by clscott (4354) on 2008.02.11 11:32 (#61006) Journal
    When you can make it conform?

    What's the issue with the hook running the code through Perl::Tidy and then committing it instead of
    rejecting it and forcing the user to perform the task manually and hope that .perltidyrc are used by
    the developer and the hook?

    Clayton
    • I thought of doing that, but my little paranoid and control freak heart decided to go bouncy instead.

      I love and trust Perltidy. But, just the same, I prefer to verify that the changes it makes don't break anything. Also, in the case that a file has to be tidied outside of the scope of the initially to-be-commited changes, I want to be able to split the commit into (a) tidying the file and (b) commiting the changes.

      But that's all just personal taste. Modifying the hook to auto-tidy the commits should be tri