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Mandriva has an ocaml application to enforce Perl coding standard. So this means they have coding standard to begin with. They use Perl for many of their installation and administration procedures and their code is of good quality. BTW, one of their perl programmer is Rafael Garcia Suarez, a perl pumpking.

This application is called perl_checker and is part of the perl-MDK-Common rpm.

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In reply to Re: I need perl coding standards by stefp
in thread I need perl coding standards by kprasanna_79

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