From Koha Wiki
The offical perltidy style for perl code in Koha is the perltidy 'default' or 'larry-wall' style. (There was a customised perltidy style for Koha - which was not official or enforced)
$ perltidy ./Koha.pm
you can force the default style (by overriding your ~/.perltidyrc file) using the -nopro or --noprofile option, like this...
$ perltidy -npro ./Koha.pm $ perltidy --noprofile ./Koha.pm
The current best practice regarding historical Koha code, is to perltidy *only* the specific code block that you are modifying...and no more! (um.. unless its really really fugly :p)
In other words, please don't perltidy entire files, or send patches that contain perltidy changes to code *other* than the code-block being modified
We are currently taking a gently/slowly approach - as the Koha codebase transitions to the new perltidy style
Some info on using vim to perltidy selected code blocks is here
- TODO - add perltidy intergration examples for other editors
The tutorial on the perltidy homepage has a section on using perltidy from within editors on parts of a file.