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Re^5: Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree

by eff_i_g (Curate)
on Jan 21, 2011 at 17:38 UTC ( #883583=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree
in thread Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree

Ah, gotcha. But you can work around building the entire list:
use warnings; use strict; use File::Find::Rule; File::Find::Rule->file->exec( sub { print $_[2], "\n"; return 0; } )->in('/path');

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[Discipulus]: ah ok, sounds reasonable; with no fear: Perl all life long
[ambrus]: Mind you, LaTeX is currently still useful for writing math paper or snippet content without styling in such a way that the
[ambrus]: formatting conventions of a journal or website can be quickly applied to it, and MS Office and LibreOffice has not quite solved this (although it's better for this than it used to be),
[ambrus]: which is sort of a drawback compared to the ages of typewritten manuscripts representing content only to which the typesetter applies formatting, but that process required much more manual labor.
[ambrus]: If you want to typeset a manuscript, you can still do much less work then in the manual typesetting ages and get good formatting.
[ambrus]: All with only cheap modern computers and software.
[ambrus]: Something you can have at home and your corner print shop, without a whole printing press's worth of equipment.

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