File::Find::Object::Result - a result class for File::Find::Object River stage three • 9 direct dependents • 295 total dependents

This is a class returning a single File::Find::Object result as returned by its next_obj() method....

SHLOMIF/File-Find-Object-0.3.4 - 25 Aug 2019 12:24:31 GMT

File::Samba - Samba configuration Object River stage zero No dependents

This module allows for easy editing of smb.conf in an OO way. The need arised from openfiler http://www.openfiler.org which at this current time setups a smb conf for you, however any changes you made by hand are lost when you make change due to the ...

SSCOTTO/File-Samba-0.03 - 07 Jul 2005 13:59:46 GMT

Mojo::File - File system paths River stage three • 818 direct dependents • 927 total dependents

Mojo::File is a scalar-based container for file system paths that provides a friendly API for dealing with different operating systems. # Access scalar directly to manipulate path my $path = Mojo::File->new('/home/sri/test'); $$path .= '.txt';...

SRI/Mojolicious-8.26 - 03 Nov 2019 15:48:59 GMT

Lock::File - file locker with an automatic out-of-scope unlocking mechanism River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

"lockfile" is a perlfunc "flock" wrapper. The lock is autotamically released as soon as the assotiated object is no longer referenced. "lockfile_multi" makes non-blocking "lockfile" calls for multiple files and throws and exception if all are locked....

MMCLERIC/Lock-File-1.03 - 16 Jun 2013 21:00:06 GMT

File::Data - interface to file data River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Wraps all the accessing of a file into a convenient set of calls for reading and writing data, including a simple regex interface. Note that the file needs to exist prior to using this module! See new()...

RFOLEY/File-Data-1.20 - 17 Jun 2016 11:44:36 GMT

File::Tail - Perl extension for reading from continously updated files River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 13 total dependents

The primary purpose of File::Tail is reading and analysing log files while they are being written, which is especialy usefull if you are monitoring the logging process with a tool like Tobias Oetiker's MRTG. The module tries very hard NOT to "busy-wa...

MGRABNAR/File-Tail-1.3 - 02 Aug 2015 14:23:35 GMT

File::Path - Create or remove directory trees River stage five • 919 direct dependents • 30248 total dependents

This module provides a convenient way to create directories of arbitrary depth and to delete an entire directory subtree from the filesystem. The following functions are provided: make_path( $dir1, $dir2, .... ) make_path( $dir1, $dir2, ...., \%opts ...

JKEENAN/File-Path-2.16 - 31 Aug 2018 13:04:13 GMT

File::Find::Object - An object oriented File::Find replacement River stage three • 9 direct dependents • 295 total dependents

File::Find::Object does the same job as File::Find but works like an object and with an iterator. As File::Find is not object oriented, one cannot perform multiple searches in the same application. The second problem of File::Find is its file process...

SHLOMIF/File-Find-Object-0.3.4 - 25 Aug 2019 12:24:31 GMT

Pod::objects - package with objects for representing POD documents River stage zero No dependents

The following section describes the objects returned by Pod::Compiler and their methods. These objects all inherit from Tree::DAG_Node, so all methods described there are valid as well. The set/retrieve methods all work in the following way: If no ar...

MAREKR/Pod-Compiler-0.21 - 22 Sep 2013 15:41:49 GMT

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 GMT

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 GMT

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 GMT

File::Rsync - perl module interface to rsync(1) http://rsync.samba.org/rsync/ River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 7 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 GMT

File::Stream - Regular expression delimited records from streams River stage zero No dependents

Perl filehandles are streams, but sometimes they just aren't powerful enough. This module offers to have streams from filehandles searched with regexes and allows the global input record separator variable to contain regexes. Thus, readline() and the...

SMUELLER/File-Stream-2.30 - 06 Feb 2011 18:19:20 GMT

File::Assets - Manage .css and .js assets for a web page or application River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

File::Assets is a tool for managing JavaScript and CSS assets in a (web) application. It allows you to "publish" assests in one place after having specified them in different parts of the application (e.g. throughout request and template processing p...

RKRIMEN/File-Assets-0.064 - 29 Sep 2008 23:35:33 GMT

File::KeePass - Interface to KeePass V1 and V2 database files River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

File::KeePass gives access to KeePass version 1 (kdb) and version 2 (kdbx) databases. The version 1 and version 2 databases are very different in construction, but the majority of information overlaps and many algorithms are similar. File::KeePass at...

RHANDOM/File-KeePass-2.03 - 15 Sep 2012 22:25:43 GMT

File::CachingFind - find files within cached search paths (e.g. include files) River stage zero No dependents

"File::CachingFind" is useful for repeated file searches within a path of directories. It caches the contents of its search and supports two different methods of fuzzy search, a normalize function and regular expressions. See the different METHODS fo...

DORNER/File-CachingFind-0.67 - 19 May 2013 08:02:25 GMT

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 GMT

File::Comments - Recognizes file formats and extracts format-specific comments River stage zero No dependents

File::Comments guesses the type of a given file, determines the format used for comments, extracts all comments, and returns them as a reference to an array of chunks. Alternatively, it strips all comments from a file. Currently supported are Perl sc...

MSCHILLI/File-Comments-0.08 - 10 Dec 2010 08:10:39 GMT

File::AptFetch - perl interface onto APT-Methods River stage zero No dependents

Shortly: * Methods are usual executables. Hence F:AF forks. * There's no command-line interface for methods. The IPC is two pipes (*STDIN* and *STDOUT* from method's POV). * Each portion of communication (named message) consists of numerical code wit...

WHYNOT/File-AptFetch-v0.1.14 - 15 Apr 2017 02:03:56 GMT

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