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Re: Simplifying dprofpp Output

by djantzen (Priest)
on Mar 30, 2004 at 23:17 UTC ( #341131=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Simplifying dprofpp Output

I just wrote a one-off script to filter the output, and it shrank the output down to about 10,000 lines, much improved. The basic idea is just to look for modules I care about and forbid some commonly occuring but unhelpful methods like BEGIN, AUTOLOADS, etc. Obviously the code isn't very generalizable but I wonder if the problem is more commonly encountered. I'd like it if the -T option took some options on what to display and what to omit.

use strict; use warnings; setpriority(0, 0, 19); my ($dir, $forbidden_str, $in_file, @modules, $module_str, $out_file); $dir = "$ENV{HOME}/lib/Workflow"; $in_file = "$dir/DEBUG.txt"; $out_file = "$dir/FILTERED.txt"; opendir(DIR, $dir); foreach my $file (readdir(DIR)) { if ($file =~ /^(\w+)\.pm$/) { push (@modules, $1); } } closedir(DIR); $forbidden_str = 'BEGIN|DESTROY|AUTOLOAD'; $module_str = join('|', @modules); open(IN, $in_file); open(OUT, ">$out_file"); while(<IN>) { if ($_ =~ $module_str && $_ !~ /$forbidden_str/) { print(OUT $_); } } close(IN); close(OUT);

Update: actually using the $dir variable for it's intended purpose :)


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