Perl pragma to enforce coding standards and best-practices
DescriptionThe cristicism pragma enforces coding standards and promotes best-practices by running your file through Perl::Critic before every execution. In a production system, this usually isn't feasible because it adds a lot of overhead at start-up. If you have a separate development environment, you can effectively bypass the "criticism" pragma by not installing Perl::Critic in the production environment. If Perl::Critic can't be loaded, then "criticism" just fails silently.
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