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Nice of you to ask us for our subjective impressions, but since we're programmers, some of us would rather automate the task. We would find a corpus of code samples and run them through perl -c.

use strict; use warnings; # create something that crawls PerlMonks # grabbing code snippets - # this is left as an exercise my $crawler; while (my $snippet = $crawler->next() ) { open my $writer, '>', 'temp.pl'; $snippet = <<"END_SNIPPET"; use strict; use warnings; $snippet END_SNIPPET print $writer $snippet; close $writer; system 'perl -c temp.pl 2>>err.txt'; }

Now you can analyze err.txt to find the most frequent messages.


In reply to Re: The most common errors and warnings in Perl by Narveson
in thread The most common errors and warnings in Perl by szabgab

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