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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Moose enables warnings and strict automagically (they're turned on via Moose's import), Test::Kwalitee already dislikes this so I have to (redundantly) add use strict; to everything ... are you saying I'm gonna get my CPANTS score docked now too cause I don't add a redundant use warnings; as well?
    • Who cares about your CPANTS score though? I look at it to see if I stupidly forgot something, not to see if I have a good score.

      "use warnings" is a dumb metric because it has a runtime performance hit. If I use it during development (or make test), that's one thing... but imposing it on users of the CPAN module is not necessarily a good thing.

      I do it anyway, out of laziness, but it's not necessarily a good idea.