[sf-perl] Do you have a tidy style? Emacs/cperl and perltidy.
david at fetter.org
Wed Jan 23 13:13:52 PST 2013
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 03:39:09PM -0800, Fred Moyer wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 2:58 PM, George Hartzell <hartzell at alerce.com> wrote:
> > Does anyone in monger-land have any perltidy.rc files and/or cperl
> > configs that they'd like to share? Paired would be great, but
> > interesting/practical examples of one or the other would be good
> > reading too.
> For cperl config, I use our own Joe Brenner's awesome Perlnow
> extension, along with a few other additions such as autocomplete. I
> posted my emacs dir files to github a while ago -
> For Perltidy, I use the stock .perltidyrc that comes with Perl::Tidy.
> The nice thing about the default file is that while nobody else on
> your team may agree with the settings, you can save time arguing with
> them about why certain settings are better than others. Life is so
> much easier when everyone just uses the default .perltidyrc! When
> you're working on your own code, customize it to your heart's content,
> but when on a team, save everyone a lot of headache, arguments, fire
> and brimstone, and make a few concessions to the default so everyone
> can go back to writing code.
But you'd actually get stuff delivered, and eventually the team would
split up move onto other things! Whatever happened to being a team
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