File::Path::Localize - locale and path aware file name resolution
use File::Path::Localize; my @filenames = File::Path::Localize::expand(filename => $filename, locales => \@locales); my $filepath = File::Path::Localize::locate(filename => $filename, path => \@path, locales => \@locales);
The File::Path::Localize module provides a method to turn a relative filename into an absolute filename using a listed of paths. It can also localize the file path based on a list of locales.
Finds the best matching localized file in a set of paths.
Expands a filename with a set of locales. For example given a filename foo.txt and an array of locales [ en_GB.UTF-8, en_US, fr_FR] it will return the set [ foo.txt.en_GB.UTF-8, foo.txt.en_GB, foo.txt.en, foo.txt.en_US, foo.txt.en, foo.txt.fr, foo.txt.fr]
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