|From:||Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net>|
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We now have 80+ Perl files in our tree, and it's growing. Some of those
files were originally written for Perl 4, and the coding styles and
quality are quite, uh, divergent. So I figured it's time to clean up
that code a bit. I ran perlcritic over the tree and cleaned up all the
warnings at level 5 (the default, least severe).
- Many files are part of the regular build or test process.
- msvc files need to be tested separately. I tested as best as I could
on a non-Windows system.
- There are a couple of one-offs in contrib and src/test that need to be
- The stuff under utils/mb/Unicode/ has a makefile that is not part of
the normal build process. I'll send in a few more patches to that in a
separate message that should help testing.
To install perlcritic, run
cpan -i Perl::Critic
and then run
at the top of the tree (or a subdirectory).
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