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Hi haukex,

Thanks for pointing out about your glob() post. I think I read it in the past. If wildcard is problematic, this gives me an idea of creating a glob-like function but with regex instead: re_glob('.*') or re_glob(qr/\.foo/). It will not skip dotfiles by default.

By the way, most of the time for practical reasons I don't bother with File::Spec at all, because why would I sacrifice myself using catfile() and no_upwards when I will not be using path separator other than "/", and parent directory other than ".." (probably for the rest of my life).


In reply to Re^2: glob() and dot files (updated) by perlancar
in thread glob() and dot files by perlancar

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