Search results for "module:File::Find"

File::Find - Traverse a directory tree. River stage five • 11024 direct dependents • 32055 total dependents

These are functions for searching through directory trees doing work on each file found similar to the Unix *find* command. File::Find exports two functions, "find" and "finddepth". They work similarly but have subtle differences. find find(\&wanted,...

RJBS/perl-5.36.0 - 28 May 2022 00:26:10 UTC

File::Find::Rex - Combines simpler File::Find interface with support for regular expression search criteria. River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an easy to use object oriented interface to "File::Find" and adds the ability to filter results using regular expressions. Features include: * Object oriented interface * Find results returned as array or via a callback subroutin...

ROLANDAY/File-Find-Rex-1.02 - 16 Oct 2018 08:12:20 UTC

File::Find::Age - mtime sorted files to easily find newest or oldest River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

JKUTEJ/File-Find-Age-0.01 - 30 Jun 2012 18:53:22 UTC

File::Find::utf8 - Fully UTF-8 aware File::Find River stage zero No dependents

While the original File::Find functions are capable of handling UTF-8 quite well, they expect and return all data as bytes, not as characters. This module replaces the File::Find functions with fully UTF-8 aware versions, both expecting and returning...

HAYOBAAN/File-Find-utf8-0.014 - 16 Feb 2022 19:16:44 UTC

File::Find::Rule - Alternative interface to File::Find River stage four • 274 direct dependents • 1649 total dependents

File::Find::Rule is a friendlier interface to File::Find. It allows you to build rules which specify the desired files and directories....

RCLAMP/File-Find-Rule-0.34 - 03 Dec 2015 14:31:54 UTC

File::Find::Node - Object oriented directory tree traverser River stage zero No dependents

The constructor File::Find::Node->new creates a top level File::Find::Node object for the specified path. The $f->process method takes a reference to a callback function that is called for each item in the traversal. The $f->post_process method takes...

SCL/File-Find-Node-0.03 - 08 Apr 2008 20:55:48 UTC

File::Find::Fast River stage zero No dependents

LSKATZ/File-Find-Fast-0.2.1 - 23 Feb 2022 15:59:19 UTC

File::Find::Random River stage zero No dependents

Randomly selects a file from a filesystem....

ABERGMAN/File-Find-Random-0.5 - 02 Oct 2003 12:45:50 UTC

File::Find::Match - Perform different actions on files based on file name. River stage zero No dependents

This module is allows one to recursively process files and directories based on the filename. It is meant to be more flexible than File::Find....

DHARDISON/File-Find-Match-1.0 - 13 Oct 2006 17:29:14 UTC

File::Find::Wanted - More obvious wrapper around File::Find River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 7 total dependents

PETDANCE/File-Find-Wanted-1.00 - 08 Jun 2012 01:51:56 UTC

File::Find::Upwards - Look for a file in the current directory and upwards River stage zero No dependents

Provides functions that can find a file in the current or a parent directory....

MARCEL/File-Find-Upwards-1.102030 - 22 Jul 2010 13:36:07 UTC

File::Find::Declare - File::Find, declaratively River stage zero No dependents

File::Find::Declare is an object-oriented way to go about find files. With many ways to specify what your are looking for in a file, File::Find::Declare is both simple and powerful. Configuration may be passed at construction time, or it may be set a...

RPKELLY/File-Find-Declare-0.62 - 02 Feb 2010 06:26:44 UTC

File::Wildcard::Find - Simple interface to File::Wildcard River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

File::Wildcard provides a comprehensive object interface that allows you to do powerful processing with wildcards. Some consider this too unwieldy for simple tasks. The module File::Wildcard::Find provides a straightforward interface. Only a single w...

IVORW/File-Wildcard-0.11 - 13 Mar 2009 16:31:43 UTC

File::Find::Parallel - Traverse a number of similar directories in parallel River stage zero No dependents

File::Find is the ideal tool for quickly scanning a single directory. But sometimes it's nice to be able to perform operations on multiple similar directories in parallel. Perhaps you need to compare the contents of two directories or convert files t...

ANDYA/File-Find-Parallel-0.52 - 03 Jul 2010 14:14:40 UTC

File::Find::Closures - functions you can use with File::Find River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

I wrote this module as an example of both using closures and using File::Find. Students are always asking me what closures are good for, and here's some examples. The functions mostly stand alone (i.e. they don't need the rest of the module), so rath...

BDFOY/File-Find-Closures-1.113 - 04 Feb 2021 00:46:02 UTC

File::Find::Iterator - Iterator interface for search files River stage two • 3 direct dependents • 27 total dependents

Find::File::Iterator is an iterator object for searching through directory trees. You can easily run filter on each file name. You can easily save the search state when you want to stop the search and continue the same search later. Find::File::Itera...

TEXMEC/File-Find-Iterator-0.4 - 14 Jul 2008 05:37:15 UTC

Metabrik::File::Find - file::find Brik River stage zero No dependents

GOMOR/Metabrik-Repository-1.42 - 16 Jan 2022 14:25:40 UTC

File::Find::Rule::PPI - Add support for PPI queries to File::Find::Rule River stage zero No dependents

File::Find::Rule::PPI allows you to integrate PPI content queries into your File::Find::Rule searches. Initially, it provides the one additional method "ppi_find_any", which takes an argument identical to the PPI::Node method "find_any" and checks ea...

ADAMK/File-Find-Rule-PPI-1.06 - 06 Oct 2010 00:48:25 UTC

File::Find::Rule::DIZ - Rule to match the contents of a FILE_ID.DIZ River stage zero No dependents

This module will search through a ZIP archive, specifically the contents of the FILE_ID.DIZ file in the archive....

BRICAS/File-Find-Rule-DIZ-0.06 - 26 Feb 2007 15:10:17 UTC

File::Find::Rule::BOM - Common rules for searching for BOM in files. River stage zero No dependents

This Perl module contains File::Find::Rule rules for detecting Byte Order Mark in files. BOM (Byte Order Mark) is a particular usage of the special Unicode character, U+FEFF BYTE ORDER MARK, whose appearance as a magic number at the start of a text s...

SKIM/File-Find-Rule-BOM-0.03 - 27 Jan 2021 08:53:15 UTC
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