a new version of SublimePerlTidy, the Perl code beautifier plugin for ST2/ST3, has just been released.
Sublime Text Package Control name: PerlTidy
New in version 0.4.0:
Sublime Text 3 support added.
Default key binding for OS X changed from
Control+Shift+t, the former fires a terminal.
Default perltidy options changed. PerlTidy will now use a set of perltidy options, as suggested by Damian Conway's Perl Best Practices (PBP).
Options found in perltidyrc files will now override default/user options. The former processing of perltidy options was counter-intuitive. Old
behavior can be restored by setting "perltidy_options_take_precedence" to "true" in user settings.
Feedback and suggestions welcome! For bug reports, please check the documentation for possible workarounds first. Submit any bugs encountered via GitHub: github.com/vifo/SublimePerlTidy/issues.