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What does the preprocess sub do? This is my solution without it:
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use File::Find; use File::stat; my $dir = shift; my %result; find ( {'wanted' => sub { my $file = $File::Find::name; my ($n, $fn) = (getpwuid (stat($file)-> uid))[0, 6]; if (-f && (/^[^.]/) ) { if( my ($pre, $num, $suff) = $file =~ /(.*)\.([0-9]+)\ +.(.*)/ ) { push @{ $result{$pre}{$suff}{"$n:$fn"} }, $num; } } }, }, $dir); for my $pre (keys %result) { for my $suff (keys %{ $result{$pre} }) { for my $user (keys %{ $result{$pre}{$suff} }) { my @nums = sort { $a <=> $b } @{ $result{$pre}{$suff}{$use +r} }; my $first = shift @nums; my ($from, $to, @ranges) = ($first, $first); for (@nums) { if ($_ == $to + 1) { $to = $_; } else { push @ranges, [$from, $to]; ($from, $to) = ($_, $_); } } push @ranges, [$from, $to]; for my $r (@ranges) { print "$pre." . ($r->[0] == $r->[1] ? $r->[0] : "[$r->[0]-$r->[1]]") . ".$suff:$user\n"; } } } }
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In reply to Re: Detect file sequences in File:Find results by choroba
in thread Detect file sequences in File:Find results by aes1972

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