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Re: Using File::Find to create a hash of directory structure.by Discipulus (Abbot)
|on Dec 19, 2015 at 22:20 UTC||Need Help??|
I've not so much time now, but recursive directory parse is the oldest question here at PM:
see Recursive Directory print Descending a directory tree, returning a list of files as recent examples. In both I point to the tachyon's
The code you point to is a little obscure, indeed
Is something like: r is a ref to root hash. Then r is equal to the x key value of the root hash or an empty hash. this repeted for each part of the path splitted at separator. Then if dl_name is defined ok, if it is not defined take r. see Or, Or, Equals Zero, $x ||= 0
I cannot see a meaning in this..but i'm tired now.
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