a more sensible way to change directories

Perl's 'chdir()' has the unfortunate problem of being very, very, very
global. If any part of your program calls 'chdir()' or if any library you
use calls 'chdir()', it changes the current working directory for the
*whole* program.

This sucks.

File::chdir gives you an alternative, '$CWD' and '@CWD'. These two
variables combine all the power of 'chdir()', the File::Spec manpage and
the Cwd manpage.

Refresh
Refresh
Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
File-chdir-0.1006.tar.gz 0000021188 20.7 KB almost 8 years
perl-File-chdir.changes 0000000495 495 Bytes almost 8 years
perl-File-chdir.spec 0000002260 2.21 KB over 7 years
Comments for perl-File-chdir 0