Re: Perl::Critic / Perl static analysis?
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 10:26 AM, David Golden <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You'll probably irritate upstream authors if you do that. The default
> Perl::Critic rules are very specific to Perl Best Practices (the
> book), which the author states are just *one* set of possible best
Sadly the "Perl Best Practices" online viewer isn't supported by Gnash
so the warnings it outputs are also of limited use.
> To be clear, Perl::Critic does not detect risky code -- it detects
> questionable style, which is highly personal.
I see, I guess Perl::Critic is not suitable for use in DACA then.
Are there any Perl static analysis tools that are about detecting risky code?
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