The following code will also cause emacs to auto-perltidy anything you use cperl-mode with.
(defvar cperl-auto-tidy t)
(defun cperl-save-buffer (&optional args)
"Perltidy and save current buffer in visited file if modified."
(if (and (buffer-modified-p)
(defun perl-buffer () (interactive (shell-command-on-region (point-mi
+n) (point-max) "perl" nil nil nil)))
(defun cperl-auto-tidy (&optional arg)
"Automatically perltidy (or not)"
(setq cperl-auto-tidy (if arg t nil)))
(defun cperl-toggle-auto-tidy ()
(setq cperl-auto-tidy (not cperl-auto-tidy)))
(defun perltidy-buffer ()
"Runs an entire buffer through perltidy."
(let ((orig-point (point)))
"perltidy -st -se -q -syn" nil t shell-command-default-error-buff
(goto-char (if (<= orig-point (point-max))
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