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###################################################################### +######## # $URL: http://mishin.narod.ru $ # $Date: 2011-02-17 20:53:20 +0300 (Mon, 14 Feb 2011) $ # $Author: mishin nikolay $ # $Revision: 1.02 $ # $Source: Pipe_quest.pl $ # $Description: script read data from zip file $ ###################################################################### +######## package # hide from indexer Pipe_quest; use 5.006; use strict; use warnings; use English qw(-no_match_vars); use Carp; our $VERSION = '0.01'; use Readonly; Readonly my $STRING_NUMBER2EXIT => 100_000; my $EMPTY = q{}; my $ret = $EMPTY; my $file_src = 'test.zip'; my $out_file = 'out.xml'; my $file = get_name_from_zip($file_src); { local $SIG{PIPE} = 'IGNORE'; #Ignore broken pipe errors open my $FH, q{-|}, "unzip -p $file_src $file" or croak "bah unzip -p $file_src $file"; $ret = search_trade_by_index( $FH, $out_file, $STRING_NUMBER2EXIT +); close $FH or croak "unable to close: unzip -p $file_src $file $ERRNO"; # $! $OS_ER +ROR $ERRNO } sub search_trade_by_index { my ( $fh, $xml_filename, $quit_str ) = @_; my @xml_out = (); my $xml_out = $EMPTY; LINE: while ( my $line = <$fh> ) { push @xml_out, $line; if ( $INPUT_LINE_NUMBER eq $quit_str ) { $xml_out = join $EMPTY, @xml_out; $ret = file_write( $xml_filename, $xml_out ); last LINE; } } return 1; } sub get_name_from_zip { my ($loc_file_src) = @_; my ( $ca, $cb, $cc, $loc_file ); my @result = readpipe "unzip -l $loc_file_src"; foreach (@result) { if (/txt$/xsm) { ( $ca, $cb, $cc, $loc_file ) = split; } } return $loc_file; } sub file_write { my ( $wfile, $message ) = @_; open my $fh, q{>}, "$wfile" or croak "unable to open:$wfile $ERRNO +"; $ret = print {$fh} $message; close $fh or croak "unable to close: $wfile $ERRNO"; return 1; } 1;
with best regards, Mishin Nikolay, web-programmer

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