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NAME

KomodoIntegration - Integrating perlcritic and Komodo

DESCRIPTION

This document describes the steps for integrating perlcritic with Komodo 4.0 from ActiveState. More information about Komodo can be found at http://www.activestate.com

These instructions assume that perlcritic has been installed somewhere in your $PATH. If it is not in your $PATH, you must give the full path to perlcritic instead of using the -S switch. Also, I'm assuming that you have installed Perl-Critic with the same Perl that Komodo is using. If that is not the case, you'll probably have to give a full path to perl instead of using the %perl placeholder.

  • Start Komodo.

  • Select Toolbox -> Add -> New Command... from the menu.

  • Enter a name for the command (e.g. "perlcritic").

  • In the Command: field, enter the following:

      %perl -S perlcritic --severity=%(ask:Severity level [1-5]?:5) --verbose=1 %F
  • Uncheck the Insert output and Pass selection as input boxes.

  • In the Run in: drop-down list, select Command Output Tab.

  • Uncheck the Do not open output pane box.

  • Check the Parse output with: box, and type this into the field:

      ^(?P<file>.+):(?P<line>.+):(?P<column>.+):(?P<content>.+)$
  • Check the Show parsed output as a list box.

  • Click the Key Binding tab.

  • Click the New Key Sequence text field, and press Ctrl-Alt-p.

  • Click the Add button.

  • Click the OK button.

Now to run perlcritic on the current file, just press Ctrl-Alt-p, or select perlcritic from the Toolbox menu. Each time, you will be prompted to enter the minimum severity level (defaulting to 5). After a few moments, the output will appear in the Command Output pane. By double-clicking on the output messages, you can navigate to the appropriate point in the code.

AUTHOR

Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer <thaljef@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2005-2008 Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer. All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of this license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.