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Re^4: Logging run-time warnings from an embedded perl interpreter

by Hercynium (Hermit)
on Nov 19, 2007 at 19:21 UTC ( #651735=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Logging run-time warnings from an embedded perl interpreter
in thread [RESOLVED*] Logging run-time warnings from an embedded perl interpreter

Thanks - I've never worked with trapping signals before, but I'll try now and report back what I can get out of it.
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[hippo]: Yary: There are a few useful pointers in I need perl coding standards
[hippo]: ... and a boatload of good stuff in On Coding Standards and Code Reviews
[Yary]: Looking at system pm's, looks like it's "package" on the first line, then POD, then "use 5.xyz;use strict; use warnings; use modules..."
[Yary]: ah thanks for those links
[hippo]: Just bear in mind that all such ideas are subjective.
[choroba]: There might be a different standard at the shop you write the code for.
[choroba]: The order of package - (strict+warnings | warnings+strict) - modules makes sense, POD and strict-warnings order are not so important

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