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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $format = 0; if ( $format == 1 ) { print $format; } else { print 'Oops'; exit;
- including an obvious and intentional error.

Run through Perltidy from run/cmd: perltidy -g C:\testing\

The -g is the flag for a full log including warnings

What I expect: an ERR file from Perltidy telling me I have a missing right curly bracket at or before line 13 and the previous unmatched bracket is at line 10. This file should be in the same directory as the script being checked.

No ERR file and the log is this:

perltidy version 20101217 log file on a MSWin32 system, OLD_PERL_VERSI +ON=5.012002 Windows type is XP/.Net Configuration and command line parameters for this run: -g To find error messages search for 'WARNING' with your editor

The previous version of Perltidy gave me the ERR file on exactly this type of problem. Now there isn't one. But it still does a nice job prettying up my code.

In reply to Re^2: perltidy 20101217 not detecting errors by Dandello
in thread perltidy 20101217 not detecting errors by Dandello

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