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Re^2: How to find code written by smart people

by Hue-Bond (Priest)
on Aug 25, 2006 at 17:16 UTC ( #569638=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How to find code written by smart people
in thread How to find code written by smart people

Why not use File::Path?

$ ls foo ls: foo: No such file or directory $ perl -MFile::Path -e 'mkpath "foo/bar/baz"' $ ls -d foo/bar/baz foo/bar/baz/

Update: Err, forget it. It's already been pointed out.

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Re^3: How to find code written by smart people
by radiantmatrix (Parson) on Aug 25, 2006 at 19:46 UTC

    Because of this line in File::Path's POD:

    It returns a list of all directories (including intermediates, determined using the Unix '/' separator) created.

    That raises a concern that I'd have to pass mkpath a UNIX-style path -- the snippet I posted will accept any form supported by File::Spec::Functions. I like that better.

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