- An infrastructure for having “optional” code blocks that can be eliminated prior to execution.
- Ideally, these code blocks can be toggled by calling code and then eliminated from the execution tree at the OP level.
- In essence, delegate 100% of the “Speed vs Correctness” concern to the consumer of the code, not the implementer.…
December 2012 Archives
I've been exploring the
Perl::Critic configuration file somewhat, and something struck me as unusual.
It seems fine for using for the usecase of "inherit some predefined set of rules and apply them selectively", which works fine if you just want to adopt some other standard that is pre-existing, and just make minor adjustments.
However, if you're wanting to create policy sets for others to use, it seems poorly suited.