Now suppose I do this:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use SomeModule;use strict; use Code::Police; foo(); chomp, bar; something_else;
What happens here? The use strict is invisible to the Code::Police, and so tpircs ym yfisdrawkcab yeht.

Now, what if I do this?

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use Code::Police; BEGIN { eval '#' . <<''; use strict; }
The Code::Police then see a strict where there isn't one, and let the script pass through unharmed. The original way of detecting strict I think is probably better.

In reply to Re: Re: Code::Police by premchai21
in thread Code::Police by Ovid

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