File::Where - find the absolute file for a program module; absolute dir for a repository River stage zero No dependents

From time to time, an program needs to know the abolute file for a program module that has not been loaded. The File::Where module provides methods to find this information. For loaded files, using the hash %INC may perform better than using the meth...

SOFTDIA/File-Where-0.05 - 04 May 2004 05:33:05 UTC

File::Maker - mimics a make by loading a database and calling targets methods River stage zero No dependents

When porting low level C code from one architecture to another, makefiles do provide some level of automation and save some time. However, once Perl or another high-level language is up and running, the high-level language usually allows much more ef...

SOFTDIA/File-Maker-0.05 - 13 May 2004 12:35:36 UTC

IO::InSitu - Avoid clobbering files opened for both input and output River stage zero No dependents

When users want to do in-situ processing on a file, they often specify it as both the input and output file: > myapp -i sample_data -o sample_data -op=normalize But, if the "-i" and "-o" flags are processed independently, the program will usually ope...

DCONWAY/IO-InSitu-0.0.2 - 22 May 2005 05:51:36 UTC

File::Rsync - perl module interface to rsync(1) http://rsync.samba.org/rsync/ River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

Perl Convenience wrapper for the rsync(1) program. Written for *rsync-2.3.2* and updated for *rsync-3.1.1* but should perform properly with most recent versions. File::Rsync::new $obj = new File::Rsync; or $obj = File::Rsync->new; or $obj = File::Rsy...

LEAKIN/File-Rsync-0.49 - 10 Mar 2016 15:55:42 UTC

File::Zglob - Extended globs. River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

WARNINGS: THIS IS ALPHA VERSION. API MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Provides a traditional Unix glob(3) functionality; returns a list of pathnames that matches the given pattern. File::Zglob provides extended glob. It supports "**/*.pm" form....

TOKUHIROM/File-Zglob-0.11 - 15 Jun 2012 05:46:48 UTC

File::chmod - Implements symbolic and ls chmod modes River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 57 total dependents

File::chmod is a utility that allows you to bypass system calls or bit processing of a file's permissions. It overloads the chmod() function with its own that gets an octal mode, a symbolic mode (see below), or an "ls" mode (see below). If you wish n...

XENO/File-chmod-0.42 - 14 Feb 2015 23:29:24 UTC

File::Kvpar - read and write files containing key-value paragraphs River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

A kvpar file consists of zero or more paragraphs (delimited by blank lines). Each line in a paragraph has the form "*KEY* *VAL*"; the key and value are separated by a single space (ASCII character 32). A single element may have the form "@*STR* *VAL*...

NKUITSE/File-Kvpar-0.01 - 13 Jun 2014 06:38:01 UTC

File::Which - Perl implementation of the which utility as an API River stage four • 386 direct dependents • 3272 total dependents

File::Which finds the full or relative paths to executable programs on the system. This is normally the function of "which" utility. "which" is typically implemented as either a program or a built in shell command. On some platforms, such as Microsof...

PLICEASE/File-Which-1.27 - 07 May 2021 10:55:36 UTC

File::Slurp - Simple and Efficient Reading/Writing/Modifying of Complete Files River stage four • 608 direct dependents • 1073 total dependents

This module provides subs that allow you to read or write entire files with one simple call. They are designed to be simple to use, have flexible ways to pass in or get the file contents and to be very efficient. There is also a sub to read in all th...

CAPOEIRAB/File-Slurp-9999.32 - 01 Jul 2020 00:34:08 UTC

Cache::File - Filesystem based implementation of the Cache interface River stage two • 20 direct dependents • 25 total dependents

The Cache::File class implements the Cache interface. This cache stores data in the filesystem so that it can be shared between processes and persists between process invocations....

SHLOMIF/Cache-2.11 - 24 Feb 2015 13:04:21 UTC

Daizu::File - class representing files in working copies River stage zero No dependents

Each object of this class represents a particular file in a Daizu CMS working copy (a record in the "wc_file" table)....

GEOFFR/Daizu-0.3 - 26 Nov 2006 20:55:55 UTC

File::Tools - UNIX tools implemented as Perl Modules and made available to other platforms as well River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

#=head2 awk # #Not implemented. # #=cut #sub awk { # _not_implemented(); #} basename Given a path to a file or directory returns the last part of the path. See File::Basename for details....

SZABGAB/File-Tools-0.09 - 17 Oct 2013 10:42:31 UTC

File::Touch - update file access and modification times, optionally creating files if needed River stage two • 33 direct dependents • 48 total dependents

This module provides both a functional and OO interface for changing the file access and modification times on files. It can optionally create the file for you, if it doesn't exist. Note: you should specify a minimum version of 0.12, as per the SYNOP...

NEILB/File-Touch-0.12 - 20 Mar 2021 10:03:02 UTC

File::Trash - move files to trash and restore as well River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

File::Remove apparently does something similar. I don't see example for using File::Remove in a simple manner alike unlink(). Thus, here it is. The default abs trash dir The default dir for trash has been chosen as /tmp/trash. The other common sense ...

LEOCHARRE/File-Trash-1.10 - 11 Feb 2010 02:29:00 UTC

File::Tasks - A set of file tasks to be executed in a directory River stage zero No dependents

File::Tasks allows you to define a set of file tasks to be done to a local filesystem. There are three basic tasks, Add, Edit, and Remove. A single File::Tasks object is used to assemble a collection of these tasks, and then execute them on a new or ...

ADAMK/File-Tasks-0.07 - 14 Nov 2007 07:23:55 UTC

File::Xcopy - copy files after comparing them. River stage zero No dependents

The File::Xcopy module provides two basic functions, "xcopy" and "xmove", which are useful for coping and/or moving a file or files in a directory from one place to another. It mimics some of behaviours of "xcopy" in DOS but with more functions and o...

GEOTIGER/File-Xcopy-0.12 - 29 Dec 2004 21:20:09 UTC

File::NCopy - Deprecated module. Use File::Copy::Recursive instead. Copy file, file. Copy file[s] | dir[s], dir River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

File::NCopy::copy copies files to directories, or a single file to another file. You can also use a reference to a file handle if you wish whem doing a file to file copy. The functionality is very similar to cp. If the argument is a directory to dire...

CHORNY/File-NCopy-0.36 - 26 Nov 2007 22:14:34 UTC

File::Fetch - A generic file fetching mechanism River stage two • 25 direct dependents • 97 total dependents

File::Fetch is a generic file fetching mechanism. It allows you to fetch any file pointed to by a "ftp", "http", "file", "git" or "rsync" uri by a number of different means. See the "HOW IT WORKS" section further down for details....

BINGOS/File-Fetch-1.00 - 11 Nov 2020 12:53:50 UTC

File::Valet - Utilities for file slurping, locking, and finding. River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

File::Valet contains a selection of easy-to-use subroutines for manipulating files and file content. Some effort has been made to establish cross-platform portability, and to make their behavior as unsurprising as possible....

TTKCIAR/File-Valet-1.08 - 10 Oct 2020 00:47:24 UTC

Brick::File - This is the description River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

See "Brick::Constraints" for the general discussion of constraint creation. Utilities POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below: Around line 8: =over is the last thing in the document?!...

BDFOY/Brick-0.901 - 15 Jan 2021 07:34:37 UTC
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