I just started using Getopt::Declare and I like it a lot.
I have just 2 minor problems with it:
- if you put some major part of your code in the
argument declaration, which is perfectly possible, it might be difficult to debug using
the debugger, especially if you call functions from
other modules. Your code is intertwined with
Getopt::Declare so running it step by step is quite
difficult, as is getting to an external module to
set break points. So limit yourself to simple stuff
in those blocks
- at the moment it seems that even if you declare a
-v option the default one, which displays the version
will be used. Annoying when you want a verbose
option (you can use --verbose instead but that will
get you no point at Perl golf. -V, and I guess -h
and -H (whith help) similarly overtake your definition.
But maybe I missed an extra option somewhere in those 1500 line...
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