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Nov 04, The rmtree function provide the legacy interface of remove_tree with a different interpretation of the arguments passed. The behaviour and return value of the function is otherwise identical to remove_tree. How to use perl rmtree tree to remove a directory if it contains a certain file? Ask Question Asked 8 years, 3 months ago.
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Active 3 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 16k times 2 1. i am trying to remove all directory's on a given a path, if they contain a certain file. #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use File::Find; use File::Path qw(rmtree); find(\&rm.
Jun 01, Debian Bug report logs - # perl: File-Path rmtree/remove_tree race condition [CVE]. The File::Find module exports both a find function, which traverses a tree in the (essentially random) order the files occur in the directory, as well as a finddepth function, which is guaranteed to visit all the files underneath a directory before visiting the directory itself.
This is exactly what we need to remove a directory and its contents. We have to use two different functions, rmdir. Dec 03, shrubmulching.bar is used to delete an entire directory tree, path must point to a directory (but not a symbolic link to a directory).
I don't think that works from the command line either.
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To remove a directory tree recursively (rm -rf on Unix) look at the rmtree function of the File::Path module. Perldoc Browser is maintained by Dan Book (DBOOK). Please contact him via the GitHub issue tracker or email regarding any issues with the site itself, search, or rendering of documentation.