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criticizeall - Recursively find Perl sources and run perlcritic on them all
This documentation refers to criticizeall version v0.0.4_1
criticizeall -in .\directory [options]
'criticizeall' looks for perl sources in the input directory and its children and runs the perlcritic lint tool on each source file it finds. The first time criticizeall executes, it will store the modification times of the source files and on the next run, only modified files will be checked. By default criticizeall searches the current directory if no directory is speicfied, and uses perlcritic's '-1' option to run with the maximum number of rules enabled. You can use the '-f' option to force criticizeall to check all files, even those which have not been modified.
- -i[n] [=] <directory>
Specify input directory
- -C [=] <opts>
Force criticism, even if the file appears unmodified.
Print all warnings
Print the usual program information
None at this time.
Zero on success. No others defined at this time.
autodie Carp File::Next File::Spec File::stat FindBin::Real Getopt::Euclid Modern::Perl 2012 Readonly Storable version
Jim Counts - @jamesrcounts
Copyright (C) 2013 Jim Counts
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