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  • Formatter:
    • IMPORTANT: incompatible changes. Some options been removed or merged. Was not possible to migrate automatically. Please, check code style settings before formatting
    • Added option to align strings in QW lists
    • Added option to control spacing within QW lists
    • Added option to align fat commas
    • Added option to align ternary expressions operators
    • Added option to align -> in chained dereferences
    • Added options for braces position in subs, namespaces and compound statements
    • Comma is no longer wrapped to the next line
    • Several minor fixes and improvements
  • Implemented Exception::Class module support, #848
  • Restored and improved Class::Accessor support, #1395
  • Mojolicious helpers parsing been re-worked. Should work better now
  • Mojolicious attributes are now supported
  • Moose attributes works again, plugin now understands all declarations generated by single has statement.
  • You are now able to use a single -bareword argument in use statement, like use Mojo::Base -strict;
  • Recursive inheritance inspection is now available (again)
  • Annotations works with all new implemented features (Moose, Mojo, Exception::Class, Constants)


  • printf FH is now parsed properly. By nazarov-yuriy.
  • Suppressed lexing of &~ as non-existing internal variable. #1449
  • Resolve of dereference chain if comment is inside it, #1483
  • Parsing confusion with archaic package format, #1506
  • Resolve of fancy calls and objects methods constructed in fancy manner my $obj = new Foo::Bar();, #1471
  • Empty POD node should not appear in file structure anymore
  • Created a lot of tests for plugin and fixed a lot of minor bugs


In reply to Perl5 plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 2017.1.3 released: formatting, Mojo, Moose, Exception::Class, Class::Accessor by hurricup

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