[sf-perl] Do you have a tidy style? Emacs/cperl and perltidy.

Jonathan Swartz swartz at pobox.com
Tue Jan 22 15:46:04 PST 2013

Being a frequent user of both emacs and perltidy, I heartily recommend you have an easy keystroke (like ctrl-t) that will perltidy your current buffer. Any small differences between cperl and perltidy won't matter as long as it's easy to perltidy.

Also, shameless plug, https://metacpan.org/module/tidyall has some ways to automate tidying and critiquing in different contexts.

On Jan 22, 2013, at 3:33 PM, George Hartzell <hartzell at alerce.com> wrote:

> George Hartzell writes:
>> [...]
>> 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.
> ps.  I'm not particularly itching to get into an argument, or even a
> discussion, about The Right Way To Do It.  I've been down that road
> plenty of times.
> I move that we don't dogpile on anyone's favorite layout....
> Broadening my mind about how other folks do it seems worthwhile
> though, and any headstarts on getting the pair to line up will keep me
> lazy.
> Thanks again,
> g.
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