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Thanks for you feedback!

I moved the @modules array into the _makeperl sub and changed it to look like your exemple as well as the $name var. thanks!

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use File::Basename; ############################ # # Name : newscript # Usage: Makes ready to use script templates for # Bash and Perl only at the moment. It includes # the shebang line for both. Perl templates # includes some useful pragmas and the option to # include the required modules on the command line. # ############################ # declare some required vars my ($name, $language); my $fullname = $0; my $progname = basename($fullname); ## main program: print "Name of the new script : "; chomp ($name = <STDIN>); print "Language of $name script: "; chomp ($language = <STDIN>); # If laguage is Bash, make a Bash script if ($language =~ /bash/i) { print "\nMaking a Bash script: $name\n"; _makebash(); # If language is Perl, make a Perl script } elsif ($language =~ /perl/i) { print "\nMaking a Perl script: $name\n"; print "\nAdd modules? ex: File::Basename;\n(use strict and use war +ning are turned on by default).\n"; print "[yes/no]: "; # check if user wants modules chomp (my $addmodule = <STDIN>); if ($addmodule =~ /yes/i) { my @modules; print "\nThis script does NOT add a ';' for you!\nSay 'done' w +hen you're done..\nModules: "; while (<STDIN>) { last if ($_ =~ /done(;)?/i); push @modules, $_; } _makeperl(@modules); } elsif ($addmodule =~ /no/i) { _makeperl();} else { print "I assume no.\n"; _makeperl(); } # If language is C, make a C program } elsif ($language =~ /c/i) { print "\nMaking a C program: $name\n"; print "\nThis is the first version with C included, no more option +s yet.\n"; print "Only '#include <stdio.h>' added at this time.\n\n"; _makec(); } else { print "This might help you:\n"; _usage(); } # Make a bash script sub _makebash { if ($language eq 'bash') { $name = "$name.test"; open (NEWSCRIPT, '>', $name); print NEWSCRIPT "#!/bin/bash\n\n"; close NEWSCRIPT; chmod 0700, "$name"; exec (`emacs -nw +3 $name`); } } # Make a perl script sub _makeperl { $name = "$name.pl.test"; my @mods = @_; open (NEWSCRIPT, '>', $name); print NEWSCRIPT "#!/usr/bin/perl\n\nuse warnings;\nuse strict;\n"; if (@mods){ # If module is defined, add it to the temp +late. for my $mod (@mods) { print NEWSCRIPT "use $mod"; } } print NEWSCRIPT "\n"; close NEWSCRIPT; print "\n"; chmod 0700, "$name"; exec (`emacs -nw +50 $name`); } # Make a C program sub _makec { $name = "$name.test.c"; open (NEWPROG, '>', $name); print NEWPROG "#include <stdio.h>\n\n"; close NEWPROG; print "\n"; chmod 0700, "$name"; exec (`emacs -nw +10 $name`); } # Sets the usage message. sub _usage { print<<EOF; Usage: $progname [no options yet] Creates ready to use script templates. The script will first ask you for the name of your program, then the language in which you want it written. If your chosen language is supported, it will make an empty script, with your name and 'test' appended to it. The script then makes an exec call to emacs -nw with your new file. (not very portable yet ..) note: If your chosen language is Perl, The script will ask you if you wish to import more modules. If you do want more input them then followed by a ';' and input 'done' when finish. bash: #/bin/bash perl: #/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use [yourmods]; C: #include <stdio.h> EOF }

In reply to Re^2: RFC: newscript.pl , my very first script! by Darfoune
in thread RFC: newscript.pl , my very first script! by Darfoune

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