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Test::Code::TidyAll - Check that all your files are tidy and valid according to tidyall
In a file like 't/tidyall.t': #!/usr/bin/perl use Test::Code::TidyAll; tidyall_ok();
check_only mode to check that all the files in your project are in a tidied and valid state, i.e. that no plugins throw errors or would change the contents of the file. Does not actually modify any files.
By default, we look for the config file
.tidyallrc in the current directory and parent directories, which is generally the right place if you are running prove.
This module exports one subroutine, which is exported by default:
Most options given to this subroutine will be passed along to the Code::TidyAll constructor. For example, if you don't want to use the tidyall cache and instead check all files every time:
tidyall_ok( no_cache => 1 );
or if you need to specify the config file:
tidyall_ok( conf_file => '/path/to/conf/file' );
By default, this subroutine will test every file that matches the config you specify. However, you can pass a
files parameter as an array reference to override this, in which case only the files you specify will be tested. These files are still filtered based on the
exclude rules defined in your config.
Bugs may be submitted through https://github.com/houseabsolute/perl-code-tidyall/issues.
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This software is copyright (c) 2011 - 2016 by Jonathan Swartz.
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