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I gave that one a quick spin. But the one that I actually got working pretty easily is Unix::Conf::Bind8.

For possible future super searchers, this is all it took:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Unix::Conf::Bind8; my $namedconf='/path_to/named.conf'; my ($obj, $conf); $conf = Unix::Conf::Bind8->new_conf ( FILE => $namedconf, SECURE_OPEN => 0 ) or $conf->die ('could not open \'named.conf\':' . $!); $obj = $conf->get_zone ('') or $obj->die ("couldn't get zone `'"); print "\n" . $obj->file . "\n";


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in thread DNS::ZoneFile by naChoZ

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