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Mason doesn't like it when you write variable declarations like this:

my $foo = 'bar' if $baz;

Using this policy will emit violations when it detects this type of variable declaration.


This isn't a Mason problem, it's a Perl problem, and you shouldn't do this in your non-Mason code either. That's what the Variables::ProhibitConditionalDeclarations Perl Critic policy is for.