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Getting File Extension of Mojo::Upload Object
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Viktor Nacht
2018-10-12 18:11:39 UTC
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Just wondering if I'm missing anything for getting the file extension of an
uploaded file before it's been moved or slurped. Right now my approach is
to create Mojo::File object about the filename from Mojo::Upload and
extract it from there. Is there a more direct method I'm unaware of?

Thanks!

V
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Dan Book
2018-10-12 18:18:40 UTC
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The original filename is available from $upload->filename, you can parse
the extension from that. Note that this filename can be literally anything
the browser sends, some may even send a full Windows file path for example,
or it's possible a client will not send a filename.

-Dan
Post by Viktor Nacht
Just wondering if I'm missing anything for getting the file extension of
an uploaded file before it's been moved or slurped. Right now my approach
is to create Mojo::File object about the filename from Mojo::Upload and
extract it from there. Is there a more direct method I'm unaware of?
Thanks!
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