use File::Find::Rule ();
use File::Find::Rule::Perl ();
# Find all Perl files smaller than 10k
my @files = File::Find::Rule->perl_file
# Locate all the modules that PAUSE will index
my @mod = File::Find::Rule->no_index
DESCRIPTIONI write a lot of things that muck with Perl files. And it always annoyed me that finding ``perl files'' requires a moderately complex File::Find::Rule pattern.
File::Find::Rule::Perl provides methods for finding various types Perl-related files, or replicating search queries run on a distribution in various parts of the CPAN ecosystem.
perl_moduleThe "perl_module" rule locates perl modules. That is, files that are named "*.pm".
This rule is equivalent to "->"file->name( '*.pm' )> and is included primarily for completeness.
perl_testThe "perl_test" rule locates perl test scripts. That is, files that are named "*.t".
This rule is equivalent to "->"file->name( '*.t' )> and is included primarily for completeness.
perl_installerThe "perl_installer" rule locates perl distribution installers. That is, it locates "Makefile.PL" and "Build.PL" files.
perl_scriptThe "perl_script" rule locates perl scripts.
This is any file that ends in .pl, or any files without extensions that have a perl ``hash-bang'' line.
perl_fileThe "perl_file" rule locates all files containing Perl code.
This includes all the files matching the above "perl_module", "perl_test", "perl_installer" and "perl_script" rules.
# Provide the rules directly $rule->no_index( directory => [ 'inc', 't', 'examples' ], file => [ 'Foo.pm', 'lib/Foo.pm' ], ); # Provide a META.yml to use $rule->no_index( 'META.yml' ); # Provide a dist root directory to look for a META.yml in $rule->no_index( 'My-Distribution' ); # Automatically pick up a META.yml from the target directory $rule->no_index->in( 'My-Distribution' );
The "no_index" method applies a set of rules as per the no_index section in a "META.yml" file.
SUPPORTBugs should always be submitted via the CPAN bug tracker
For other issues, contact the maintainer
AUTHORAdam Kennedy <[email protected]>
COPYRIGHTCopyright 2006 - 2012 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.