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Re: seek harsh critique

by toolic (Bishop)
on Dec 08, 2017 at 16:24 UTC ( #1205182=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to seek harsh critique

  • You should enclose your code in "code" tags. This allows us to easily use the "download" link to copy-n-paste your code. It also prevents your code from being mangled: [$i] was linkified. Please edit your post.
  • You should enclose long code segments in "readmore" tags.
  • I find it difficult to follow because you seem to have interspersed rendered POD with code snippets. Or is the code part of the rendered POD? It would be easier to follow if you posted actual POD (=head1, etc.). What are the "...." for? If you post actual POD, we can run podchecker and see how it renders for us.
  • I ran spell checker: exeriments, persistance, sharded, thier

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Re^2: seek harsh critique
by coyocanid (Sexton) on Dec 08, 2017 at 17:15 UTC
    Thanks for the info. Will run thru the podchecker and spellchecker.

      I have a pre-commit hook that runs (apart from normal test suite) some pod coverage, syntax, and spelling checks. The checks themselves live under xt/ directory so they don't get called when someone else installs the module, only when I'm committing. Quite annoying at first, but it's generally worth it.

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