perl-File-chdir - A more sensible way to change directories

Website: https://metacpan.org/release/File-chdir
License: GPL+ or Artistic
Vendor: city-fan.org repo http://www.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/
Perl's chdir() has the unfortunate problem of being very, very, very
global. If any part of your program calls chdir() or if any library you
use calls chdir(), it changes the current working directory for the
whole program.

This sucks.

File::chdir gives you an alternative, $CWD and @CWD. These two variables
combine all the power of chdir(), File::Spec and Cwd.


perl-File-chdir-0.1011-8.fc22.noarch [29 KiB] Changelog by Paul Howarth (2019-03-08):
- Switch upstream from search.cpan.org to metacpan.org
- Work around mock locale issues by adding buildreq glibc-langpack-en when
  running extra tests
- BR: perl-generators unconditionally
- BR: perl-interpreter rather than perl
- Drop support for EOL distributions prior to EL-5
  - Drop legacy BuildRoot: and Group: tags
  - Drop explicit %clean section
  - Drop explicit buildroot cleaning in %install section
  - Drop support for building with Cwd < 3.16
  - Drop support for building with File::Spec::Functions < 3.27
  - Drop support for building with Test::More < 0.88
  - Spell check back-end is always hunspell

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