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Hi monks.

In the following code:

#!\usr\bin\perl package Test20; use strict; use warnings; use autodie; use Fcntl; use version; use Perl::Tidy; use base qw/Exporter/; our @EXPORT_OK = qw/&greet/; our $VERSION = '0.1'; my @data; sysopen FH, 'test.txt', O_RDONLY; @data = <FH>; close FH; for (@data) { exit 1 if !print; } sub greet { my ($name) = shift; return "Hello $name"; } 1;

...perl critic complains about untidy code on column 1, row 1 if run in --brutal "mode". The complaint disappears if I remove the line our @EXPORT_OK = qw/&greet/;

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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