xdg wrote on 1 Nov 2006:
Modules I've found helpful: IPC::Run3, File::HomeDir, ExtUtils::Command, Probe::Perl ...
I have to somewhat emphatically add File::Save::Home to this list, as contrasted
with File::HomeDir, which arguably does not really do the right thing on
At the very least people need to read the POD for each module, study the APIs and rationales
and make an educated choice.
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