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> The way I understand it is the -ci option lets you specify what happens to lines that are only broken because they are too long. Your example will break before the && not because of line length.

Are you sure about that? My understanding was that perltidy breaks lines for the very reason that they are too long and that lines will be broken before or after the operators in wbb and wba. Otherwise, should not a line like the following (or just about any line with any of the operators wbb/wba/baao/bbao operators) be broken as well?

if ($foofoofoofoofoo && $barbarbarbarbar && $bazbazbazbazbaz) { foo(); }

As it is, such lines are not broken. Lines like the ones in my example are only broken if their length exceed the -l=80 boundary.


In reply to Re^2: Why is perltidy using indent-columns instead of continuation-indentation when breaking up a long if-line? by torgny
in thread Why is perltidy using indent-columns instead of continuation-indentation when breaking up a long if-line? by torgny

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