Yes, you are right, what I suggested does not work. It has been a long time since I last looked at the File::Find documentation, I did not remember at all about that.
Sorry about my mistake and thank you, 2teez, for pointing out this error.
Having said that, this is (as far as I know) the first time that one of my posts had a negative reputation (-1 as of this reading). OK, well, my mistake, someone down voted me, I should know better, fair enough. I should add that I am not particularly concerned about that (and I only partly understand the reputation thing). But I did not think that an error in a post where I said that this just *might* be a solution and in which I very specifically said that this was untested deserved a down voting. But, of course, someone out there thinks that none should talk unless she or he knows everything about every single module. Oh, well...
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