Perl::Critic::Policy::Plicease::ProhibitLeadingZeros - Leading zeroes are okay as the first arg to chmod, and other such reasonableness
This is a stupid mistake:
my $x = 1231; my $y = 2345; my $z = 0032;
This is not:
chmod 0700, "secret_file.txt";
Neither is this:
use File::Path qw( mkpath ); mkpath("/foo/bar/baz", 1, 0700);
Nor is this:
use Path::Class qw( dir ); dir()->mkpath(1,0700);
mkpath is not a built in (as
chmod is), this policy does not differentiate between the
mkpath function provided by File::Path or the
mkpath method provided by Path::Class::Dir and arbitrary
mkpath function or methods that you or someone else might define. Also, there is no way to really check if the object invocant of a
mkpath method is really an instance of Path::Class::Dir.
This policy is based largely on the existing in-core policy, and one in the lax bundle, but adds a few exceptions that I find useful.
Author: Graham Ollis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ville Skyttä (SCOP)
This software is copyright (c) 2019 by Graham Ollis.
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