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Perl::Critic::Policy::Catalyst::ProhibitUnreachableCode - Don't write code after an unconditional Catalyst detach.
This module was forked from Perl::Critic::Policy::ControlStructures::ProhibitUnreachableCode version
1.132 and modified to fit.
The primary difference is this module looks for these two Catalyst specific bits of code as signifying a terminating statement:
redirect_and_detach context method is available if you are using Catalyst::Plugin::RedirectAndDetach.
By default this policy looks for the
redirect_and_detach context methods. You can specify additional context methods to look for with the
context_methods parameter. In your
.perlcriticrc this would look something like:
[Catalyst::ProhibitUnreachableCode] context_methods = my_detaching_method my_other_detaching_method
This policy would then consider all of the following lines as terminating statements:
$c->detach(); $c->redirect_and_detach(); $c->my_detaching_method(); $c->my_other_detaching_method();
Sometimes controllers have in-house methods which call
detach, you can specify those:
[Catalyst::ProhibitUnreachableCode] controller_methods = foo bar
Then this policy would look for any package with
::Controller:: in its name and would consider the following lines as terminating statements:
There are no default methods for this parameter.
Please submit bugs and feature requests to the Perl-Critic-Policy-Catalyst-ProhibitUnreachableCode GitHub issue tracker:
Thanks to ZipRecruiter for encouraging their employees to contribute back to the open source ecosystem. Without their dedication to quality software development this distribution would not exist.
Aran Clary Deltac <firstname.lastname@example.org> Peter Guzis <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 2019 Aran Clary Deltac
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