Upstream has released 20181120, which improves perltidy's ability to
detect consecutive variable assignments that should be aligned. This
unfortunately means that there is some code that passes with 20180220
and fails with 20181120 which, when fixed for 20181120, fails with
20180220. This makes mismatches of versions particularly painful.
Since Travis-CI pulls directly from CPAN, this means that I have to
choose between skipping Travis-CI tests for perltidy (by way of
Perl::Critic), which I don't want to do because they're useful for
pull requests, and having tests fail on my local system.
Could you package the 20181120 release? I'm also happy to help if you
He was wrong. Nature abhors dimensional abnormalities, and seals them
neatly away so that they don't upset people. Nature, in fact, abhors a
lot of things, including vacuums, ships called the Marie Celeste, and
the chuck keys for electric drills.
-- Terry Pratchet _Pyramids_ p166