treescan - Scan directory trees, list dirs/files, stat, sync, grep

Website: https://metacpan.org/release/IO-AIO
License: GPL+ or Artistic
Vendor: city-fan.org repo http://www.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/
The treescan command scans directories and their contents recursively. By
default it lists all files and directories (with trailing /), but it can
optionally do various other things.

If no paths are given, treescan will use the current directory.


treescan-4.60-1.fc26.noarch [25 KiB] Changelog by Paul Howarth (2018-08-28):
- Update to 4.6
  - Add st_btime, st_btimesec, st_btimensec and st_gen accessors, mostly for
    bsds that expose birthtime and st_gen members (netbsd, freebsd but only
    st_gen on openbsd because they compiled their perl without support for
  - Fix madvise and munlock to properly support negative offsets
  - Allocate fd for the aio_close at boot time, to guarantee it working later,
    rather than calling abort when it fails; this also avoids close-on-exec
    race issues after module load
  - #undef utime on win32, which might help some reports of utime hangs
  - Minor documentation improvements
  - Minor configure clean-ups
  - Use $Config{perllibs} instead of libs for configure, which might help
    people who didn't install all perl dependencies (might break things as
- Remove buildreqs needed only due to use of $Config{libs}

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