Edit Package perl-Path-Tiny


This module attempts to provide a small, fast utility for working with file paths. It is friendlier to use than the File::Spec manpage and provides easy access to functions from several other core file handling modules.

It doesn't attempt to be as full-featured as the IO::All manpage or the Path::Class manpage, nor does it try to work for anything except Unix-like and Win32 platforms. Even then, it might break if you try something particularly obscure or tortuous. (Quick! What does this mean: '///../../..//./././a//b/.././c/././'? And how does it differ on Win32?)

All paths are forced to have Unix-style forward slashes. Stringifying the object gives you back the path (after some clean up).

File input/output methods 'flock' handles before reading or writing, as appropriate.

The '*_utf8' methods ('slurp_utf8', 'lines_utf8', etc.) operate in raw mode without CRLF translation. Installing the Unicode::UTF8 manpage 0.58 or later will speed up several of them and is highly recommended.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
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Path-Tiny-0.122.tar.gz 0000098664 96.4 KB 7 months
cpanspec.yml 0000000547 547 Bytes about 7 years
perl-Path-Tiny.changes 0000023071 22.5 KB 7 months
perl-Path-Tiny.spec 0000003156 3.08 KB 7 months
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