Perl::Critic::Policy::Documentation::ProhibitParagraphTwoDots - don't end a paragraph with two dots
This policy is part of the
Perl::Critic::Pulp add-on. It asks you not to end a POD paragraph with two dots,
Some thing.. # bad
This is a surprisingly easy typo, but of course is entirely cosmetic and on that basis this policy is lowest severity and under the "cosmetic" theme (see "POLICY THEMES" in Perl::Critic).
Three or more dots as an ellipsis is fine,
And some more of this ... # ok
and anything within a paragraph is fine,
Numbers 1 .. 10 are handled. # ok
Only text paragraphs are checked. Verbatim paragraphs can end with anything at all
This is an example, example_code (1 .. # ok
There might be other dubious paragraph endings this policy could pick up, but things like ";." or ":." can arise from code or smiley faces, so at the moment only two dots are bad.
If you don't care about this you can disable
ProhibitParagraphTwoDots from your .perlcriticrc in the usual way (see "CONFIGURATION" in Perl::Critic),
## no critic directive works in new enough
Perl::Critic, but if you have an
__END__ token then any
no critic generally must be before that.
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