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Below is my rewritten version which does not depend on File::Find


Comments welcome.

$inpath can be file ( use -f or -d inestead of -e, since both -f and -d imply -exist )

$inpath could contain glob metacharacters

I'm personally not a fan of interactive commands, exit program if file already exists and overwrite not forced ( Getopt::Long ),

$inpath could contain glob metacharacters

if you don't want to recurse, you could write

use File::Find::Rule; my @files = find( 'file', 'name', qr/\.mp3$/i, 'maxdepth', 1, 'in', $i +npath );

FWIW, if you need to do path manipulations, Path::Class::Rule is better than File::Find::Rule;

3 argument open is better than two, "or" is better than "||" since it doesn't require extra parens

open my($fh), '>', $file or die "can't open '>', $file : $! ";

In reply to Re^2: M3U Playlist Generator by Anonymous Monk
in thread M3U Playlist Generator by xunker

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