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################################ package Code::Police; ################################ $Code::Police::VERSION = 2.1828; # Last updated August 1, 2001 # # Module: Code::Police # Author: Ovid # Date Created: August 1, 2001 # Purpose: This is the Code::Police module. Provide this module +to programmers who fail # to use strict and most of their coding errors will be +instantly eliminated. # --------------- Maintenance log ------------------------ # Date: # Programmer: # Action: # -------------------------------------------------------- INIT{if(!exists$INC{'strict.pm'}){unlink((caller)[1])}} "Ovid"; __END__ =head1 NAME Code::Police - Enforce rigorous coding standards =head1 SYNOPSIS #!/usr/bin/perl use Code::Police; =head1 DESCRIPTION This is the Code::Police module. Provide this module to programmers w +ho fail to use strict and most of their coding errors will be instantly elimin +ated. =head1 COPYRIGHT Copyright (c) 2001 Ovid. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify i +t under the same terms as Perl itself Ovid assumes absolutely no responsibility for any of this dreck. If y +ou use this, you will rot in the 8th circle of Hell for all of eternity. =head1 AUTHOR Ovid <dev@null.com> Address bug reports and comments to dev@null.com. When sending bug re +ports, please provide the version of Code::Police, the version of Perl, and t +he version of the operating system you are using. =head1 MISCELLANEOUS Why are you reading this? No one actually B<reads> POD. You must be +a loser. If you have to rely on the documentation to figure out what something does, y +ou're probably one of those wimps who uses strict. Screw documentation. Do what you alw +ays do and ask someone else how it works. This was inspired by an offhand joke by merlyn L<merlyn@stonehenge.com +> at a Damian Conway talk. He is, however, not responsible for this and shouldn't b +e held liable if you're a bonehead. =head1 BUGS August 1, 2001: Currently, this program will not work if any other mod +ule is loaded that uses strict. I could have tried to code around that by using a bunch +of evals or something, but so what? It's a joke. =cut

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