[jifty-devel] how to "perl -wc" a Jifty Model

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Wed Nov 18 11:12:24 EST 2009

On Wed 18.Nov'09 at 22:51:42 +1100, Mark Aufflick wrote:
> Hi all,
> playing with Jifty a bit more seriously than I have before but have a problem with my workflow. I have my
> editor configured to do a compile test (perl -wc) on any perl file when I save it. I find that saves me
> doing dumb stuff like checking in code that doesn't even compile.
> Problem with Jifty of course is all the runtime magic that doesn't seem to happen in BEGIN blocks, and so
> never gets executed under -c.
> Is there some sort of incantation that can achieve this? I'm imagining something like "perl -MJifty=
> compiletest -wc MyModel.pm" or even jifty --compiletest MyModel.pm that could cause the magic to happen
> at import() time. Is there such a procedure?
> I searched the mailing list, but all I found was a reference to a Jifty console which would also be
> useful, but "jifty script" seems to do something different these days.

How's this work for you?

perl -wc -MJifty -e'Jifty->new' lib/RT/Model/Ticket.pm 
-e syntax OK

> Any info or tips appreciated!
> Thanks,
> Mark.
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> Mark Aufflick
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