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Re: Analyzing a Perl application

by Jeppe (Monk)
on Feb 01, 2011 at 14:38 UTC ( #885503=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Analyzing a Perl application

I've found that running the code through perltidy (using the same format) is a good idea, it will transform code to be uniformly formatted. That way, whitespace differences etc are eliminated as a source of difference between two pieces of code. Obviously, you should run the perltidy script before any other systems that searches your codebase for duplicate code or near-duplicate code. Using perltidy will improve the false-positive rate of the other systems.

(You can even enforce a uniform coding format by using perltidy with the available hooks in source control products, but that's a different subject)

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