Test::MockFile::DirHandle - Provides a class object for Test::MockFile to give out for opendir calls.
This is a helper class for Test::MockFile its only purpose is to provide a object to recognize that a the passed handle is a mocked handle. Test::MockFile has to mock the other calls since there is no tie for opendir handles.
# This is what Test::MockFile does. You really shouldn't be doing it directly. use Test::MockFile::DirHandle; my $handle = Test::MockFile::DirHandle->new("/fake/path", [qw/. .. a bbb ccc dd/]);
No exports are provided by this module.
Args: ($class, $dir, $files_array_ref)
Returns a blessed object for Test::MockFile::DirHandle. There are no error conditions handled here.
NOTE: the permanent directory contents are stored in a hash in Test::MockFile. However when opendir is called, a copy is stored here. This is because through experimentation, we've determined that adding files in a dir during a opendir/readdir does not affect the return of readdir.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to https://github.com/CpanelInc/Test-MockFile.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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