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Re: parsing directory glob in config file

by mothra (Hermit)
on Sep 13, 2002 at 21:17 UTC ( #197738=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to parsing directory glob in config file

perldoc -f glob for starters.

It'll just do what you think it should.

e.g.

globfoo ======= #!/usr/bin/perl -w my @files = glob("foo*/ba*/"); print join "\n", @files, "\n"; mothra@penderel:~/src/Perl$ ls -d foo*/ba*/ foo1/bar1/ foo1/bar2/ foo1/bar3/ foo2/baz2/ foo2/baz3/ mothra@penderel:~/src/Perl$ ./globfoo foo1/bar1/ foo1/bar2/ foo1/bar3/ foo2/baz2/ foo2/baz3/

etc.

It's probably a bad idea to roll your own logfile implementation (i.e. you could be learning lots of *other* things besides trying to make a wheel more round), but alas, to each their own.

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