perl-File-Find-Object-Rule / alternative-to-File-Find-document / alternatives-to-File-Find.xml

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        <title>Alternatives to the Perl Core File::Find Module</title>
            <holder>Shlomi Fish</holder>
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                This document was written by Shlomi Fish and is available
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                <date>18 February 2009</date>
                    Started working on this document after forking the template
                    of an older one.

    <section xml:id="limitations-of-File-Find">
            <title>The Limitations of File::Find</title>
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