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#!perl.exe # # Perl-Messy -a program that rates files adherence to perltidy guidli +nes # die "usage: 'perlmessy file1 file2 file3 ...' or 'perlmessy *.pl'\n" unless $ARGV[0]; foreach (@ARGV) { @files = glob("$_"); foreach (@files) { die "File $_ doesn't exist\n" unless (-e $_); system("perl perltidy $_") == 0 or die "pertidy produced an error"; @lines = `diff -w $_ $_.tdy`; unlink("$_.tdy") or warn "File $_.tdy could not be deleted\n"; $count = 0; foreach (@lines) { /^>|^</ and $count++; } if ( $count <= 4 ) { $message = "Larry Wall would be proud"; } elsif ( $count <= 7 ) { $message = "Not too untidy"; } elsif ( $count <= 12 ) { $message = "Might want to use perltidy"; } elsif ( $count <= 17 ) { $message = "Do you like spagetti with your dinner?"; } else { $message = "Enter an obsufication contest. You might win"; } print "$_:\n $count deviations -- $message\n"; } }

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