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New defaults for Perl Linting in Vim’s Ale Plugin

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In my previous post, I talked about using Ale with vim for linting and syntax checking. Since that time, the Ale defaults for Perl have changed. Perl::Critic checks are still on by default, but you will need to enable the syntax and compile checks that are run via the `perl` binary itself.

The reasoning for the new default is described in the Ale docs. If you want to (re-)enable your Perl checks, you can follow the example in my dot files.


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