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This is bad $year+1900; :) use File::stat through Path::Tiny, use Time::Piece , the convenience is very convenient :) and the error checking exeptions are free
sub cftsain { use Time::Piece qw/ localtime /; use Path::Tiny qw/ path /; my( $source, $destination, $testxt ) = @_; my $sourceStat = path( $source )->stat; my $destStat = eval { path( $destination )->stat }; if( not $destStat ) { path( $source )->copy( $destination ); } else { my $sourceMtime = $sourceStat->mtime; my $destMtime = $destStat->mtime; if( $sourceMtime > $destMtime ) { path( $source )->copy( $destination ); } } if( index( lc( $source ), 'ky2.gif' ) > -1 ) { out_exclusive( $testxt, localtime( $sourceStat->mtime ), localtime( $destStat->mtime ), ); } } ## end sub cftsain

In reply to Re: comparing 2 file time date stamps ( Path::Tiny File::stat Time::Piece ) by Anonymous Monk
in thread comparing 2 file time date stamps by craigt

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