This policy is part of the Perl::Critic::Pulp
add-on. It asks you not to duplicate L<Foo> links in a SEE
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<Foo::Bar> # bad
The idea is that for readability a given cross-reference should be linked
just once and a duplicate is likely a leftover from too much cut-and-paste
etc. This is minor matter so this policy is under the cosmetic theme
(see POLICY THEMES in Perl::Critic) and low priority.
A module can appear more than once in a SEE ALSO, but only
L<> linked once and anything else C<> markup
or plain text.
(C<Foo::Two> runs faster) # ok
Links to different parts of a target POD are allowed,
L<perlfunc/kill> # ok
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