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Should be possible to do in a test file, untested for irony:
use Test::More; ues Perl::Critic; my $policy = Perl::Critic->import( -verbose => 8, -severity => 5, -profile => '/path/to/corporate/perlcriticrc', -exclude => [ ], -include => [ 'Subroutines:ProhibitUnusedPrivateSubroutines', ], ); $policy->add_policy( -policy => 'Modules:ProhibitExcessMainComplexity' +, -params => {max_mccabe => 10} ) foreach my $file (globidyglob some files) { my @dohs = $policy->critique($file); is(0, not scalar @dohs, "for shame!"); }
You could probably do it with Test::Perl::Critic, but I couldn't figure out how to get it to pass the max_mccabe param through off the top of my head and it's Friday beer O'clock time :)

In reply to Re: perlcritic - Is it possible to "nest" perlcriticrc files? by codiac
in thread perlcritic - Is it possible to "nest" perlcriticrc files? by TreyWaters

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