Provided by: padre_0.90.ds1-1_all bug


       Padre::Task::File - File operations in the background


         # Recursively delete
           remove => 'C:\foo\bar\baz',


       The File::Remove CPAN module is a specialised package for deleting files or recursively
       deleting directories.

       As well as providing the basic support for recursive deletion, it adds several other
       important features such as removing readonly limits on the fly, taking ownership of files
       if permitted, and moving the current working directory out of the deletion path so that
       directory cursors won't block the deletion (a particular problem on Windows).

       The task takes the name of a single file or directory to delete (for now), and proceeds to
       attempt a recursive deletion of the file or directory via the File::Remove "remove"

       In the future, this module will also support more types of file operations and support the
       execution of a list of operations.


         my $task = Padre::Task::File->new(
             remove => '/foo/bar/baz',

       Creates a new deletion task.

       Takes a single parameter "remove" which must be an absolute path to the file to delete (as
       the "current directory" may change between the time the removal task is created and when
       it is executed).

       The "remove" accessor returns the absolute path of the file or directory the task will try
       to delete (or tried to delete in the case of completed tasks).


       Padre, Padre::Task, File::Remove


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       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl 5 itself.

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.