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uchardet : a nice command line tool to do that. If you're on Ubuntu, I think you can apt-get install it. More info here: https://code.google.com/p/uchardet/
The abstraction seems pragmatically little too heavy for very little we usually we do with fileSystems. You can do it but when you weigh it against the volume of stuff we do(which i think is minimal) and the value it provides by abstraction.. IMO a little too much for so little
I've set up my webserver with a directory specifically for files which I'm offering for download for a limited time. crontab: @daily /path-to-script/autoexpire.pl >/dev/null 2>&1 autoexpire.pl looks into that directory for files with the pattern *_expYYYY-MM-DD.* (such as file-for-Joe_exp2013-11-30.doc). Any files named explicitly with such an ...
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