alexbyk alexbyk - 2 years ago 78
Perl Question

Perltidy: an option to keep sub($args){} as a single line?

$fs->traverse('/foo')->filter(sub ($name, $dir) { $name !~ /^\./; });
$fs->traverse('/foo')->filter(sub { $_[0] !~ /^\./; });

Is there any option to keep the first line as is? Because with -pbp perltidy breaks it into 5 lines because of a signatures feature.

Answer Source

perltidy -fnl ("If you do not want any changes to the line breaks within lines of code in your script") seems to work, though I'm not sure how you want the rest of your code to look.

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