David Fetter wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 11:33:28AM +0300, Heikki Linnakangas wrote:
> > I wrote a little perl script to perform a basic sanity check to
> > keywords in gram.y and kwlist.h. It checks that all lists are in
> > alphabetical order, all keywords present in gram.y are listed in
> > kwlist.h in the right category, and conversely that all keywords
> > listed in kwlist.h are listed in gram.y.
> > It found one minor issue already:
> > $ perl src/tools/check_keywords.pl 'SCHEMA' after 'SERVER' in
> > unreserved_keyword list is misplaced
> > SERVER is not in the right place in gram.y, it should go between
> > SERIALIZABLE and SERVER. I'll fix that.
> > I'll put this into src/tools. It's heavily dependent on the format
> > of the lists in gram.y and kwlist.h but if it bitrots due to
> > changes in those files, we can either fix it or just remove it if
> > it's not deemed useful anymore.
> Please clean up this code at least to the point where it's
> strict-clean, which means putting "use strict;" right after the
> shebang line and not checking it in until it runs that way.
> I tried, but couldn't make heads or tails of the thing, given all the
> unused- and similarly-named variables, failure to indent, etc. I
> don't know how to put this gently, but if you checked in C code with
> quality like this, you'd have it bounced with derision.
> I'd also like to propose that "strict clean" be a minimum code quality
> metric for any Perl code in our code base. A lot of what's in there
> is just about impossible to maintain.
Good suggestion; I see this has been done:
date: 2009/04/30 10:26:35; author: heikki; state: Exp; lines: +24 -11
Clean up check_keywords.pl script, making it 'strict' and removing a few
leftover unused variables.
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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