File::Sync - Perl access to fsync() and sync() function calls River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

The fsync() function takes a Perl file handle as its only argument, and passes its fileno() to the C function fsync(). It returns *undef* on failure, or *true* on success. fdatasync() is identical in return value, but it calls C fdatasync() instead o...

BRIANSKI/File-Sync-0.11 - 19 Nov 2011 19:58:33 GMT

File::DirSync - Syncronize two directories rapidly River stage zero No dependents

File::DirSync will make two directories exactly the same. The goal is to perform this syncronization process as quickly as possible with as few stats and reads and writes as possible. It usually can perform the syncronization process within a few mil...

BBB/File-DirSync-1.22 - 27 Aug 2007 16:46:03 GMT

File::Map - Memory mapping made simple and safe. River stage three • 12 direct dependents • 120 total dependents

File::Map maps files or anonymous memory into perl variables. Advantages of memory mapping * Unlike normal perl variables, mapped memory is (usually) shared between threads or forked processes. * It is an efficient way to slurp an entire file. Unlike...

LEONT/File-Map-0.66 - 18 Dec 2018 18:08:07 GMT

File::Open - wrap open/sysopen/opendir and give them a nice and simple interface River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This module provides convenience wrappers around "open" and "sysopen" for opening simple files and a wrapper around "opendir" for opening directories. Nothing is exported by default; you have to specify every function you want to import explicitly. F...

MAUKE/File-Open-1.0102 - 16 Apr 2017 20:40:12 GMT

File::HashCache - Process and cache files based on the hash of their contents. River stage zero No dependents

File::HashCache is an automatic versioning scheme for arbitrary files based on the hash of the contents of the files themselves. It aims to be painless for the developer and very fast. File::HashCache solves the problem in web development where you u...

DAVID/File-HashCache-v1.0.2 - 07 Oct 2013 20:36:17 GMT

File::AtomicWrite - writes files atomically via rename() River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

This module offers atomic file writes via a temporary file created in the same directory (and therefore probably the same partition) as the specified file. After data has been written to the temporary file, the "rename" system call is used to replace...

JMATES/File-AtomicWrite-1.21 - 09 Oct 2018 13:39:13 GMT

Path::Extended::File River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This class implements file-specific methods. Most of them are simple wrappers of the equivalents from various File::* or IO::* classes. See also Path::Class::Entity for common methods like "copy" and "move"....

ISHIGAKI/Path-Extended-0.23 - 11 Mar 2015 05:29:38 GMT

ZConf::backends::file - A configuration system allowing for either file or LDAP backed storage. River stage zero No dependents

VVELOX/ZConf-6.1.0 - 25 May 2012 20:39:43 GMT

TPath::Forester::File - TPath::Forester that understands file systems River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

DFH/TPath-Forester-File-0.003 - 07 Oct 2013 12:46:00 GMT

File::Rsync::Mirror::Recent - mirroring via rsync made efficient River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

ANDK/File-Rsync-Mirror-Recent-0.4.5 - 04 Oct 2017 05:02:44 GMT

File::Rsync::Mirror::Recentfile - mirroring via rsync made efficient River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Lower level than F:R:M:Recent, handles one recentfile. Whereas a tree is always composed of several recentfiles, controlled by the F:R:M:Recent object. The Recentfile object has to do the bookkeeping for a single timeslice....

ANDK/File-Rsync-Mirror-Recent-0.4.5 - 04 Oct 2017 05:02:44 GMT

DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::File - DEPRECATED (superseded by DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::FS) River stage three • 356 direct dependents • 499 total dependents

InflateColumn::File...

RIBASUSHI/DBIx-Class-0.082841 - 29 Jan 2018 08:18:22 GMT

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