flymake for perl syntax checking on the fly in emacs

If you are tired of M-! perl -wc myscript for syntax checking, there fancy minor mode: flymake for syntax checking on the fly while programming in emacs

Here is a video how it works:
http://blog.marcelotoledo.org/2007/07/11/emacs-flymake/

and a warning from Merlin:

beware perl -c on unknown code

by merlyn (47) <merlyn@stonehenge.com> on 2006.11.07 22:43 (#51498)
( http://www.stonehenge.com/merlyn/ | Last Journal: 2007.09.21 11:04 )
All I have to do now is send you a perl script to “look at” that contains:

BEGIN { system 'rm -rf $HOME' }

and hope that you look at it in your editor. That flymake code will nicely execute that system operation. Oops!

  • Randal L. Schwartz
  • Stonehenge


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