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perl-Path-Class - Cross-platform path specification manipulation

Website: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Path-Class/
License: GPL+ or Artistic
Vendor: Fedora Project
Path::Class is a module for manipulation of file and directory specifications
(strings describing their locations, like '/home/ken/foo.txt' or
'C:\Windows\Foo.txt') in a cross-platform manner. It supports pretty much every
platform Perl runs on, including Unix, Windows, Mac, VMS, Epoc, Cygwin, OS/2,
and NetWare.


perl-Path-Class-0.25-1.el6.noarch [41 KiB] Changelog by Paul Howarth (2012-02-16):
- Update to 0.25:
  - resolve() now croak()s instead of die()s on non-existent file
  - Added a traverse() method for directories, based on the fmap_cont() method
    of Forest::Tree::Pure; it's an alternative to ->recurse, which allows for
    more control over how the recursion happens
  - Fixed a grammar error in the docs
  - Added a tempfile() method for Dir objects, which provides an interface to
    File::Temp (CPAN RT#60485)
  - Fixed a non-helpful fatal error message when calling resolve() on a path
    that doesn't exist; now dies with the proper "No such file or directory"
    message and exit status
- BR: perl(Test::Perl::Critic) and run author tests where possible
- Add patch to support building with Module::Build < 0.3601

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