Perl::Critic::CognitiveComplexity - Cognitive Complexity, Because Testability != Understandability
Perl::Critic::Policy::CognitiveComplexity::ProhibitExcessCognitiveComplexity is a rule that checks the cognitive complexity score of your subroutines. It is based on a new scoring algorithm introduced by SonarSource. See SonarSource blog entry.
- CognitiveComplexity::ProhibitExcessCognitiveComplexity - Avoid code that is nested, and thus difficult to grasp. Examples can be seen in the Policy POD.
The default complexity score before code starts to be reported with medium severity, is 10. This can be changed by changing the
warn_level parameter. By default all subroutines with complexity level of more than 0 are reported in lowest severity level. This allows third-party tools to pick up these values as code metrics.
[Perl::Critic::Policy::CognitiveComplexity::ProhibitExcessCognitiveComplexity] warn_level = 10 info_level = 1
Copyright (C) 2017 Oliver Trosien
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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