In the $work context, we have a standard .perltidyrc file that each programmer uses. Each person is free to program in whatever way they wish, but before checking in they should run the project through Perl::Tidy.

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" (src)


In reply to Re: Maintenance vs. Programming style by LTjake
in thread Maintenance vs. Programming style by apl

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