That's a great idea! I'm planning to support links to the Safari pages for PBP. Adding links to perlfaq or perlstyle should be doable too. In the meantime, you can get more information from perlcritic
by using the "--verbose" option. For example...
perlcritic --verbose=9 MyModule
...will add a complete discussion of the policy (including examples) to each violation. These are just pulled from the POD of the appropriate Perl::Critic::Policy
subclass. You can also customize the output format to your liking. See the "--verbose" option in the perlcritic
docs for more details.
Thanks again for the suggestion!
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