- File::Spec stuff
- Stat Object
- NO WARRANTY
File::Fu::Base - nothing to see here
my $obj = $obj->clone;
$clone = $self->clonedo($action, @args);
See perldoc -f -x
This needs to be redone.
Get a relative name.
my $rel = $abs->relative;
Also, with optional relative-to directory:
my $rel = $abs->relative($to);
Same as relative(), but requires the $dir argument.
my $rel = $abs->relative_to($dir);
Fully resolve any symlinks;
my $path = $path->resolve;
Where $path and $linkname are both relative to the current directory.
Update the file timestamps.
Optionally, set both to the same time.
Also see touch().
Calls the builtin rename() on the $path and returns a new object with that name.
$path = $path->rename($newname);
The stat() and lstat() methods both return a File::stat object.
my $st = $obj->stat;
Same as stat, but does not dereference symlinks.
my $st = $obj->lstat;
Returns true if the two paths are the same. This is by string equality, then (if both paths exist) by device+inode equality.
$bool = $path->is_same($other);
Eric Wilhelm @ <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
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Copyright (C) 2008 Eric L. Wilhelm, All Rights Reserved.
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This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.