File::Spec - portably perform operations on file names
This module is designed to support operations commonly performed on file specifications (usually called "file names", but not to be confused with the contents of a file, or Perl's file handles), such as concatenating several directory and file names ...XSAWYERX/PathTools-3.75 - 29 Aug 2018 19:53:19 UTC - Search in distribution
File::Spec::Link - Perl extension for reading and resolving symbolic links
"File::Spec::Link" is an extension to "File::Spec", adding methods for resolving symbolic links; it was created to implement "File::Copy::Link". "linked($link)" Returns the filename linked to by $link: by "readlink"ing $link, and resolving that path ...RMBARKER/File-Copy-Link-0.140 - 03 Jul 2014 20:09:38 UTC - Search in distribution
- File::Copy::Link - extension for replacing a link by a copy of the linked file
File::Spec::Dated - Object to parse dated archive filenames.
Split a filename path into segments used by virtually all archiver applications. This includes the segmentation done by the File::Spec:Archivist plus a further breakdown of the filename part it returns. For example, if the filename were 19901225-XMAS...DALEAMON/Document-0.03-3 - 01 Sep 2008 10:56:14 UTC - Search in distribution
- File::Spec::DatedPage - Parse a dated and page numbered file name in a system independant way.
- File::Spec::BaseParse - Parse a basic file name spec in a system independant way.
- File::Spec::PublicationPage - Parse a dated and page numbered archive file name in a system independant way.
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File::Spec::Native - Use native OS implementation of File::Spec from a subclass
This module is a stupid hack to make the default File::Spec behavior available from a subclass. This can be useful when using another module that expects a subclass of File::Spec but you want to use the current, native OS format (automatically detect...RWSTAUNER/File-Spec-Native-1.004 - 25 May 2015 00:56:01 UTC - Search in distribution
MacOSX::File::Spec - Access FFSpec structure
This module allows you to access FSSpec structure, which is used to locate files on MacOS. Though MacOS X allows you to access any files via path like any decent UNIX, you may still have to access files via old-fasioned MacOS way so here is the modul...DANKOGAI/MacOSX-File-0.71 - 19 Aug 2005 06:15:04 UTC - Search in distribution
File::Spec::Memoized - Memoization of File::Spec to make it faster
File::Spec is used everywhere, but its performance is not so good because a lot of internal calls of "canonpath()" consumes CPU. File::Spec::Memoized applies File::Spec with memoization technique (or data caching). Once you load this module, File::Sp...GFUJI/File-Spec-Memoized-1.00 - 30 Nov 2010 17:30:59 UTC - Search in distribution
- Rex::Config - Handles Rex configuration
File::AnySpec - perform operations on foreign (remote) file names
Methods in this package, perform operations on file specifications for operating systems other then the current site operating system. The input variable *$fspec* tells the methods in this package the file specification for file names used as input t...SOFTDIA/File-AnySpec-0.06 - 09 Apr 2004 19:20:08 UTC - Search in distribution
Mac::FileSpec::Unixish - Unixish-compatability in file specifications
Mac::FileSpec::Unixish provides two functions, "nativize" and "unixify" (both of which are exported by default), that will allow you to denote and manipulate pathspecs in Unixish style, and let you convert these pathspecs to and from the native OS's ...SBURKE/Mac-FileSpec-Unixish-1.12 - 30 Dec 2004 07:48:19 UTC - Search in distribution
- Badger::Filesystem::File - file object