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sub rename_dirs { my ( $top_dir, $name_map, $regex ) = @_; print "start rename dirs $top_dir, $name_map \n"; opendir (my $dh, $top_dir) or die "Can't open $top_dir: $!"; my $save_dir = getcwd(); chdir $top_dir; while (my $name = readdir $dh) { next if ($name eq '.') or ($name eq '..'); print 'name :'.$name,"\n"; if ( ( -d $name ) && ( exists $name_map->{$name} ) ) { my $new_name = $name_map->{$name}; print 'newdir :'.$new_name."\n; rename_file_or_dir( $name, $new_name ); $name = $new_name; } elsif ( -f $name ) { if (( my $base_name = $name) =~ s/\.config$// ) { if ( $name_map->{$base_name} ) { my $new_name = $name_map->{$base_name} . '.config' +; print 'newfile:'.$new_name."\n; # print $new_name; rename_file_or_dir( $name, $new_name ); change_file( $mapfile, $name_map, $regex ); } } } if ( -d $name) { print "down :'.$name."\n"; rename_dirs( $name, $name_map, $regex ); print "up :'.$name."\n"; } } chdir $save_dir; }
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In reply to Re^3: following if condition fails to print its variable using perl? by huck
in thread following if condition fails to print its variable using perl? by finddata

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