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// Written in the D programming language.
/**
Utilities for manipulating files and scanning directories. Functions
in this module handle files as a unit, e.g., read or write one _file
at a time. For opening files and manipulating them via handles refer
to module $(LINK2 std_stdio.html,$(D std.stdio)).
Macros:
WIKI = Phobos/StdFile
Copyright: Copyright Digital Mars 2007 - 2011.
License: $(WEB boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt, Boost License 1.0).
Authors: $(WEB digitalmars.com, Walter Bright),
$(WEB erdani.org, Andrei Alexandrescu),
Jonathan M Davis
Source: $(PHOBOSSRC std/_file.d)
*/
module std.file;
import core.stdc.stdlib, core.stdc.string, core.stdc.errno;
import std.conv;
import std.datetime;
import std.exception;
import std.path;
import std.range.primitives;
import std.traits;
import std.typecons;
import std.typetuple;
import std.internal.cstring;
version (Windows)
{
import core.sys.windows.windows, std.windows.syserror;
}
else version (Posix)
{
import core.sys.posix.dirent, core.sys.posix.fcntl, core.sys.posix.sys.stat,
core.sys.posix.sys.time, core.sys.posix.unistd, core.sys.posix.utime;
}
else
static assert(false, "Module " ~ .stringof ~ " not implemented for this OS.");
// Character type used for operating system filesystem APIs
version (Windows)
{
private alias FSChar = wchar;
}
else version (Posix)
{
private alias FSChar = char;
}
else
static assert(0);
package @property string deleteme() @safe
{
import std.process : thisProcessID;
static _deleteme = "deleteme.dmd.unittest.pid";
static _first = true;
if(_first)
{
_deleteme = buildPath(tempDir(), _deleteme) ~ to!string(thisProcessID);
_first = false;
}
return _deleteme;
}
version(Android)
{
package enum system_directory = "/system/etc";
package enum system_file = "/system/etc/hosts";
}
else version(Posix)
{
package enum system_directory = "/usr/include";
package enum system_file = "/usr/include/assert.h";
}
// @@@@ TEMPORARY - THIS SHOULD BE IN THE CORE @@@
// {{{
version (Windows)
{
enum FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT = 0x400;
// Required by tempPath():
private extern(Windows) DWORD GetTempPathW(DWORD nBufferLength,
LPWSTR lpBuffer);
// Required by rename():
enum MOVEFILE_REPLACE_EXISTING = 1;
private extern(Windows) DWORD MoveFileExW(LPCWSTR lpExistingFileName,
LPCWSTR lpNewFileName,
DWORD dwFlags);
}
// }}}
/++
Exception thrown for file I/O errors.
+/
class FileException : Exception
{
/++
OS error code.
+/
immutable uint errno;
/++
Constructor which takes an error message.
Params:
name = Name of file for which the error occurred.
msg = Message describing the error.
file = The file where the error occurred.
line = The line where the error occurred.
+/
this(in char[] name, in char[] msg, string file = __FILE__, size_t line = __LINE__) @safe pure
{
if(msg.empty)
super(name.idup, file, line);
else
super(text(name, ": ", msg), file, line);
errno = 0;
}
/++
Constructor which takes the error number ($(LUCKY GetLastError)
in Windows, $(D_PARAM errno) in Posix).
Params:
name = Name of file for which the error occurred.
errno = The error number.
file = The file where the error occurred.
Defaults to $(D __FILE__).
line = The line where the error occurred.
Defaults to $(D __LINE__).
+/
version(Windows) this(in char[] name,
uint errno = .GetLastError(),
string file = __FILE__,
size_t line = __LINE__) @safe
{
this(name, sysErrorString(errno), file, line);
this.errno = errno;
}
else version(Posix) this(in char[] name,
uint errno = .errno,
string file = __FILE__,
size_t line = __LINE__) @trusted
{
auto s = strerror(errno);
this(name, to!string(s), file, line);
this.errno = errno;
}
}
private T cenforce(T)(T condition, lazy const(char)[] name, string file = __FILE__, size_t line = __LINE__)
{
if (condition)
return condition;
version (Windows)
{
throw new FileException(name, .GetLastError(), file, line);
}
else version (Posix)
{
throw new FileException(name, .errno, file, line);
}
}
version (Windows)
@trusted
private T cenforce(T)(T condition, const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez, string file = __FILE__, size_t line = __LINE__)
{
if (condition)
return condition;
if (!name)
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcslen;
import std.conv : to;
auto len = wcslen(namez);
name = to!string(namez[0 .. len]);
}
throw new FileException(name, .GetLastError(), file, line);
}
version (Posix)
@trusted
private T cenforce(T)(T condition, const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez, string file = __FILE__, size_t line = __LINE__)
{
if (condition)
return condition;
if (!name)
{
import core.stdc.string : strlen;
auto len = strlen(namez);
name = namez[0 .. len].idup;
}
throw new FileException(name, .errno, file, line);
}
/* **********************************
* Basic File operations.
*/
/********************************************
Read entire contents of file $(D name) and returns it as an untyped
array. If the file size is larger than $(D upTo), only $(D upTo)
bytes are read.
Example:
----
import std.file, std.stdio;
void main()
{
auto bytes = cast(ubyte[]) read("filename", 5);
if (bytes.length == 5)
writefln("The fifth byte of the file is 0x%x", bytes[4]);
}
----
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file _name
upTo = if present, the maximum number of bytes to read
Returns: Untyped array of bytes _read.
Throws: $(LREF FileException) on error.
*/
void[] read(R)(R name, size_t upTo = size_t.max)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
return readImpl(name, name.tempCString!FSChar(), upTo);
else
return readImpl(null, name.tempCString!FSChar(), upTo);
}
version (Posix) private void[] readImpl(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez, size_t upTo = size_t.max) @trusted
{
import std.algorithm : min;
import std.array : uninitializedArray;
import core.memory : GC;
// A few internal configuration parameters {
enum size_t
minInitialAlloc = 1024 * 4,
maxInitialAlloc = size_t.max / 2,
sizeIncrement = 1024 * 16,
maxSlackMemoryAllowed = 1024;
// }
immutable fd = core.sys.posix.fcntl.open(namez,
core.sys.posix.fcntl.O_RDONLY);
cenforce(fd != -1, name);
scope(exit) core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fd);
stat_t statbuf = void;
cenforce(fstat(fd, &statbuf) == 0, name, namez);
immutable initialAlloc = to!size_t(statbuf.st_size
? min(statbuf.st_size + 1, maxInitialAlloc)
: minInitialAlloc);
void[] result = uninitializedArray!(ubyte[])(initialAlloc);
scope(failure) delete result;
size_t size = 0;
for (;;)
{
immutable actual = core.sys.posix.unistd.read(fd, result.ptr + size,
min(result.length, upTo) - size);
cenforce(actual != -1, name, namez);
if (actual == 0) break;
size += actual;
if (size < result.length) continue;
immutable newAlloc = size + sizeIncrement;
result = GC.realloc(result.ptr, newAlloc, GC.BlkAttr.NO_SCAN)[0 .. newAlloc];
}
return result.length - size >= maxSlackMemoryAllowed
? GC.realloc(result.ptr, size, GC.BlkAttr.NO_SCAN)[0 .. size]
: result[0 .. size];
}
version (Windows) private void[] readImpl(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez, size_t upTo = size_t.max) @safe
{
import std.algorithm : min;
import std.array : uninitializedArray;
static trustedCreateFileW(const(wchar)* namez, DWORD dwDesiredAccess, DWORD dwShareMode,
SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES *lpSecurityAttributes, DWORD dwCreationDisposition,
DWORD dwFlagsAndAttributes, HANDLE hTemplateFile) @trusted
{
return CreateFileW(namez, dwDesiredAccess, dwShareMode,
lpSecurityAttributes, dwCreationDisposition,
dwFlagsAndAttributes, hTemplateFile);
}
static trustedCloseHandle(HANDLE hObject) @trusted
{
return CloseHandle(hObject);
}
static trustedGetFileSize(HANDLE hFile, out ulong fileSize) @trusted
{
DWORD sizeHigh;
DWORD sizeLow = GetFileSize(hFile, &sizeHigh);
bool result = sizeLow != INVALID_FILE_SIZE;
if (result)
fileSize = makeUlong(sizeLow, sizeHigh);
return result;
}
static trustedReadFile(HANDLE hFile, void *lpBuffer, ulong nNumberOfBytesToRead) @trusted
{
// Read by chunks of size < 4GB (Windows API limit)
ulong totalNumRead = 0;
while (totalNumRead != nNumberOfBytesToRead)
{
uint chunkSize = min(nNumberOfBytesToRead - totalNumRead, 0xffff_0000);
DWORD numRead = void;
auto result = ReadFile(hFile, lpBuffer + totalNumRead, chunkSize, &numRead, null);
if (result == 0 || numRead != chunkSize)
return false;
totalNumRead += chunkSize;
}
return true;
}
alias defaults =
TypeTuple!(GENERIC_READ,
FILE_SHARE_READ | FILE_SHARE_WRITE, (SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES*).init,
OPEN_EXISTING, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL | FILE_FLAG_SEQUENTIAL_SCAN,
HANDLE.init);
auto h = trustedCreateFileW(namez, defaults);
cenforce(h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, name, namez);
scope(exit) cenforce(trustedCloseHandle(h), name, namez);
ulong fileSize = void;
cenforce(trustedGetFileSize(h, fileSize), name, namez);
size_t size = min(upTo, fileSize);
auto buf = uninitializedArray!(ubyte[])(size);
scope(failure) delete buf;
cenforce(trustedReadFile(h, buf.ptr, size), name, namez);
return buf[0 .. size];
}
@safe unittest
{
write(deleteme, "1234");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
assert(read(deleteme, 2) == "12");
import std.utf : byChar;
assert(read(deleteme.byChar) == "1234");
}
version (linux) @safe unittest
{
// A file with "zero" length that doesn't have 0 length at all
auto s = std.file.readText("/proc/sys/kernel/osrelease");
assert(s.length > 0);
//writefln("'%s'", s);
}
@safe unittest
{
scope(exit) if (exists(deleteme)) remove(deleteme);
import std.stdio;
auto f = File(deleteme, "w");
f.write("abcd"); f.flush();
assert(read(deleteme) == "abcd");
}
/********************************************
Read and validates (using $(XREF utf, validate)) a text file. $(D S)
can be a type of array of characters of any width and constancy. No
width conversion is performed; if the width of the characters in file
$(D name) is different from the width of elements of $(D S),
validation will fail.
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file _name
Returns: Array of characters read.
Throws: $(D FileException) on file error, $(D UTFException) on UTF
decoding error.
Example:
----
enforce(system("echo abc>deleteme") == 0);
scope(exit) remove("deleteme");
enforce(chomp(readText("deleteme")) == "abc");
----
*/
S readText(S = string, R)(R name)
if (isSomeString!S &&
(isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R) || isSomeString!R))
{
import std.utf : validate;
static auto trustedCast(void[] buf) @trusted { return cast(S)buf; }
auto result = trustedCast(read(name));
validate(result);
return result;
}
@safe unittest
{
import std.string;
write(deleteme, "abc\n");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
enforce(chomp(readText(deleteme)) == "abc");
}
/*********************************************
Write $(D buffer) to file $(D name).
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file _name
buffer = data to be written to file
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
Example:
----
import std.file;
void main()
{
int[] a = [ 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 ];
write("filename", a);
assert(cast(int[]) read("filename") == a);
}
----
*/
void write(R)(R name, const void[] buffer)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R) || isSomeString!R)
{
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
writeImpl(name, name.tempCString!FSChar(), buffer, false);
else
writeImpl(null, name.tempCString!FSChar(), buffer, false);
}
/*********************************************
Appends $(D buffer) to file $(D name).
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file _name
buffer = data to be appended to file
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
Example:
----
import std.file;
void main()
{
int[] a = [ 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 ];
write("filename", a);
int[] b = [ 13, 21 ];
append("filename", b);
assert(cast(int[]) read("filename") == a ~ b);
}
----
*/
void append(R)(R name, const void[] buffer)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R) || isSomeString!R)
{
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
writeImpl(name, name.tempCString!FSChar(), buffer, true);
else
writeImpl(null, name.tempCString!FSChar(), buffer, true);
}
// Posix implementation helper for write and append
version(Posix) private void writeImpl(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez,
in void[] buffer, bool append) @trusted
{
// append or write
auto mode = append ? O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_APPEND
: O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_TRUNC;
immutable fd = core.sys.posix.fcntl.open(namez, mode, octal!666);
cenforce(fd != -1, name, namez);
{
scope(failure) core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fd);
immutable size = buffer.length;
cenforce(
core.sys.posix.unistd.write(fd, buffer.ptr, size) == size,
name, namez);
}
cenforce(core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fd) == 0, name, namez);
}
// Windows implementation helper for write and append
version(Windows) private void writeImpl(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez,
in void[] buffer, bool append) @trusted
{
if (append)
{
alias defaults =
TypeTuple!(GENERIC_WRITE, 0, null, OPEN_ALWAYS,
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL | FILE_FLAG_SEQUENTIAL_SCAN,
HANDLE.init);
auto h = CreateFileW(namez, defaults);
cenforce(h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, name, namez);
scope(exit) cenforce(CloseHandle(h), name, namez);
DWORD numwritten;
cenforce(SetFilePointer(h, 0, null, FILE_END) != INVALID_SET_FILE_POINTER
&& WriteFile(h,buffer.ptr,to!DWORD(buffer.length),&numwritten,null) != 0
&& buffer.length == numwritten,
name, namez);
}
else // write
{
alias defaults =
TypeTuple!(GENERIC_WRITE, 0, null, CREATE_ALWAYS,
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL | FILE_FLAG_SEQUENTIAL_SCAN,
HANDLE.init);
auto h = CreateFileW(namez, defaults);
cenforce(h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, name, namez);
scope(exit) cenforce(CloseHandle(h), name, namez);
DWORD numwritten;
cenforce(WriteFile(h, buffer.ptr, to!DWORD(buffer.length), &numwritten, null) != 0
&& buffer.length == numwritten,
name, namez);
}
}
/***************************************************
* Rename file $(D from) to $(D to).
* If the target file exists, it is overwritten.
* Params:
* from = string or range of characters representing the existing file name
* to = string or range of characters representing the target file name
* Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void rename(RF, RT)(RF from, RT to)
if ((isInputRange!RF && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!RF) || isSomeString!RF) &&
(isInputRange!RT && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!RT) || isSomeString!RT))
{
// Place outside of @trusted block
auto fromz = from.tempCString!FSChar();
auto toz = to.tempCString!FSChar();
static if (isNarrowString!RF && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!RF) == char))
alias f = from;
else
enum string f = null;
static if (isNarrowString!RT && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!RT) == char))
alias t = to;
else
enum string t = null;
renameImpl(f, t, fromz, toz);
}
private void renameImpl(const(char)[] f, const(char)[] t, const(FSChar)* fromz, const(FSChar)* toz) @trusted
{
version(Windows)
{
auto result = MoveFileExW(fromz, toz, MOVEFILE_REPLACE_EXISTING);
if (!result)
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcslen;
import std.conv : to;
if (!f)
f = to!(typeof(f))(fromz[0 .. wcslen(fromz)]);
if (!t)
t = to!(typeof(t))(toz[0 .. wcslen(toz)]);
enforce(false,
new FileException(
text("Attempting to rename file ", f, " to ", t)));
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
import core.stdc.stdio;
cenforce(core.stdc.stdio.rename(fromz, toz) == 0, t, toz);
}
}
@safe unittest
{
import std.utf : byWchar;
auto t1 = deleteme, t2 = deleteme~"2";
scope(exit) foreach (t; [t1, t2]) if (t.exists) t.remove();
write(t1, "1");
rename(t1, t2);
assert(readText(t2) == "1");
write(t1, "2");
rename(t1, t2.byWchar);
assert(readText(t2) == "2");
}
/***************************************************
Delete file $(D name).
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file name
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void remove(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
removeImpl(name, name.tempCString!FSChar());
else
removeImpl(null, name.tempCString!FSChar());
}
private void removeImpl(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez) @trusted
{
version(Windows)
{
cenforce(DeleteFileW(namez), name, namez);
}
else version(Posix)
{
import core.stdc.stdio;
if (!name)
{
import core.stdc.string : strlen;
auto len = strlen(namez);
name = namez[0 .. len];
}
cenforce(core.stdc.stdio.remove(namez) == 0,
"Failed to remove file " ~ name);
}
}
version(Windows) private WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA getFileAttributesWin(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA fad = void;
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
{
static void getFA(const(char)[] name, const(FSChar)* namez, out WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA fad) @trusted
{
enforce(GetFileAttributesExW(namez, GET_FILEEX_INFO_LEVELS.GetFileExInfoStandard, &fad),
new FileException(name.idup));
}
getFA(name, namez, fad);
}
else
{
static void getFA(const(FSChar)* namez, out WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA fad) @trusted
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcslen;
import std.conv : to;
enforce(GetFileAttributesExW(namez, GET_FILEEX_INFO_LEVELS.GetFileExInfoStandard, &fad),
new FileException(namez[0 .. wcslen(namez)].to!string));
}
getFA(namez, fad);
}
return fad;
}
version(Windows) private ulong makeUlong(DWORD dwLow, DWORD dwHigh) @safe pure nothrow @nogc
{
ULARGE_INTEGER li;
li.LowPart = dwLow;
li.HighPart = dwHigh;
return li.QuadPart;
}
/***************************************************
Get size of file $(D name) in bytes.
Params:
name = string or range of characters representing the file name
Throws: $(D FileException) on error (e.g., file not found).
*/
ulong getSize(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
with (getFileAttributesWin(name))
return makeUlong(nFileSizeLow, nFileSizeHigh);
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString();
static trustedStat(const(FSChar)* namez, out stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return stat(namez, &buf);
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
stat_t statbuf = void;
cenforce(trustedStat(namez, statbuf) == 0, names, namez);
return statbuf.st_size;
}
}
@safe unittest
{
// create a file of size 1
write(deleteme, "a");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
assert(getSize(deleteme) == 1);
// create a file of size 3
write(deleteme, "abc");
import std.utf : byChar;
assert(getSize(deleteme.byChar) == 3);
}
/++
Get the access and modified times of file or folder $(D name).
Params:
name = File/Folder name to get times for.
accessTime = Time the file/folder was last accessed.
modificationTime = Time the file/folder was last modified.
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error.
+/
void getTimes(R)(R name,
out SysTime accessTime,
out SysTime modificationTime)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
with (getFileAttributesWin(name))
{
accessTime = FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastAccessTime);
modificationTime = FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastWriteTime);
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString();
static auto trustedStat(const(FSChar)* namez, ref stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return stat(namez, &buf);
}
stat_t statbuf = void;
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedStat(namez, statbuf) == 0, names, namez);
accessTime = SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(statbuf.st_atime));
modificationTime = SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(statbuf.st_mtime));
}
}
unittest
{
import std.stdio : writefln;
auto currTime = Clock.currTime();
write(deleteme, "a");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
SysTime accessTime1 = void;
SysTime modificationTime1 = void;
getTimes(deleteme, accessTime1, modificationTime1);
enum leeway = dur!"seconds"(5);
{
auto diffa = accessTime1 - currTime;
auto diffm = modificationTime1 - currTime;
scope(failure) writefln("[%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]", accessTime1, modificationTime1, currTime, diffa, diffm);
assert(abs(diffa) <= leeway);
assert(abs(diffm) <= leeway);
}
version(fullFileTests)
{
import core.thread;
enum sleepTime = dur!"seconds"(2);
Thread.sleep(sleepTime);
currTime = Clock.currTime();
write(deleteme, "b");
SysTime accessTime2 = void;
SysTime modificationTime2 = void;
getTimes(deleteme, accessTime2, modificationTime2);
{
auto diffa = accessTime2 - currTime;
auto diffm = modificationTime2 - currTime;
scope(failure) writefln("[%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]", accessTime2, modificationTime2, currTime, diffa, diffm);
//There is no guarantee that the access time will be updated.
assert(abs(diffa) <= leeway + sleepTime);
assert(abs(diffm) <= leeway);
}
assert(accessTime1 <= accessTime2);
assert(modificationTime1 <= modificationTime2);
}
}
/++
$(BLUE This function is Windows-Only.)
Get creation/access/modified times of file $(D name).
This is the same as $(D getTimes) except that it also gives you the file
creation time - which isn't possible on Posix systems.
Params:
name = File name to get times for.
fileCreationTime = Time the file was created.
fileAccessTime = Time the file was last accessed.
fileModificationTime = Time the file was last modified.
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error.
+/
version(StdDdoc) void getTimesWin(R)(R name,
out SysTime fileCreationTime,
out SysTime fileAccessTime,
out SysTime fileModificationTime)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R)) {}
else version(Windows) void getTimesWin(R)(R name,
out SysTime fileCreationTime,
out SysTime fileAccessTime,
out SysTime fileModificationTime)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
with (getFileAttributesWin(name))
{
fileCreationTime = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftCreationTime);
fileAccessTime = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastAccessTime);
fileModificationTime = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastWriteTime);
}
}
version(Windows) unittest
{
import std.stdio : writefln;
auto currTime = Clock.currTime();
write(deleteme, "a");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
SysTime creationTime1 = void;
SysTime accessTime1 = void;
SysTime modificationTime1 = void;
getTimesWin(deleteme, creationTime1, accessTime1, modificationTime1);
enum leeway = dur!"seconds"(5);
{
auto diffc = creationTime1 - currTime;
auto diffa = accessTime1 - currTime;
auto diffm = modificationTime1 - currTime;
scope(failure)
{
writefln("[%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]",
creationTime1, accessTime1, modificationTime1, currTime, diffc, diffa, diffm);
}
// Deleting and recreating a file doesn't seem to always reset the "file creation time"
//assert(abs(diffc) <= leeway);
assert(abs(diffa) <= leeway);
assert(abs(diffm) <= leeway);
}
version(fullFileTests)
{
import core.thread;
Thread.sleep(dur!"seconds"(2));
currTime = Clock.currTime();
write(deleteme, "b");
SysTime creationTime2 = void;
SysTime accessTime2 = void;
SysTime modificationTime2 = void;
getTimesWin(deleteme, creationTime2, accessTime2, modificationTime2);
{
auto diffa = accessTime2 - currTime;
auto diffm = modificationTime2 - currTime;
scope(failure)
{
writefln("[%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]",
accessTime2, modificationTime2, currTime, diffa, diffm);
}
assert(abs(diffa) <= leeway);
assert(abs(diffm) <= leeway);
}
assert(creationTime1 == creationTime2);
assert(accessTime1 <= accessTime2);
assert(modificationTime1 <= modificationTime2);
}
}
/++
Set access/modified times of file or folder $(D name).
Params:
name = File/Folder name to get times for.
accessTime = Time the file/folder was last accessed.
modificationTime = Time the file/folder was last modified.
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error.
+/
void setTimes(R)(R name,
SysTime accessTime,
SysTime modificationTime) @safe
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedCreateFileW(const(FSChar)* namez, DWORD dwDesiredAccess, DWORD dwShareMode,
SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES *lpSecurityAttributes, DWORD dwCreationDisposition,
DWORD dwFlagsAndAttributes, HANDLE hTemplateFile) @trusted
{
return CreateFileW(namez, dwDesiredAccess, dwShareMode,
lpSecurityAttributes, dwCreationDisposition,
dwFlagsAndAttributes, hTemplateFile);
}
static auto trustedCloseHandle(HANDLE hObject) @trusted
{
return CloseHandle(hObject);
}
static auto trustedSetFileTime(HANDLE hFile, in FILETIME *lpCreationTime,
in ref FILETIME lpLastAccessTime, in ref FILETIME lpLastWriteTime) @trusted
{
return SetFileTime(hFile, lpCreationTime, &lpLastAccessTime, &lpLastWriteTime);
}
const ta = SysTimeToFILETIME(accessTime);
const tm = SysTimeToFILETIME(modificationTime);
alias defaults =
TypeTuple!(GENERIC_WRITE,
0,
null,
OPEN_EXISTING,
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL |
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY |
FILE_FLAG_BACKUP_SEMANTICS,
HANDLE.init);
auto h = trustedCreateFileW(namez, defaults);
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, names, namez);
scope(exit)
cenforce(trustedCloseHandle(h), names, namez);
cenforce(trustedSetFileTime(h, null, ta, tm), names, namez);
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedUtimes(const(FSChar)* namez, const ref timeval[2] times) @trusted
{
return utimes(namez, times);
}
timeval[2] t = void;
t[0] = accessTime.toTimeVal();
t[1] = modificationTime.toTimeVal();
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedUtimes(namez, t) == 0, names, namez);
}
}
unittest
{
import std.stdio : File;
string newdir = deleteme ~ r".dir";
string dir = newdir ~ r"/a/b/c";
string file = dir ~ "/file";
if (!exists(dir)) mkdirRecurse(dir);
{ auto f = File(file, "w"); }
foreach (path; [file, dir]) // test file and dir
{
SysTime atime = SysTime(DateTime(2010, 10, 4, 0, 0, 30));
SysTime mtime = SysTime(DateTime(2011, 10, 4, 0, 0, 30));
setTimes(path, atime, mtime);
SysTime atime_res;
SysTime mtime_res;
getTimes(path, atime_res, mtime_res);
assert(atime == atime_res);
assert(mtime == mtime_res);
}
rmdirRecurse(newdir);
}
/++
Returns the time that the given file was last modified.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the given file does not exist.
+/
SysTime timeLastModified(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
SysTime dummy;
SysTime ftm;
getTimesWin(name, dummy, dummy, ftm);
return ftm;
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedStat(const(FSChar)* namez, ref stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return stat(namez, &buf);
}
stat_t statbuf = void;
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedStat(namez, statbuf) == 0, names, namez);
return SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(statbuf.st_mtime));
}
}
/++
Returns the time that the given file was last modified. If the
file does not exist, returns $(D returnIfMissing).
A frequent usage pattern occurs in build automation tools such as
$(WEB gnu.org/software/make, make) or $(WEB
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_Ant, ant). To check whether file $(D
target) must be rebuilt from file $(D source) (i.e., $(D target) is
older than $(D source) or does not exist), use the comparison
below. The code throws a $(D FileException) if $(D source) does not
exist (as it should). On the other hand, the $(D SysTime.min) default
makes a non-existing $(D target) seem infinitely old so the test
correctly prompts building it.
Params:
name = The name of the file to get the modification time for.
returnIfMissing = The time to return if the given file does not exist.
Examples:
--------------------
if(timeLastModified(source) >= timeLastModified(target, SysTime.min))
{
// must (re)build
}
else
{
// target is up-to-date
}
--------------------
+/
SysTime timeLastModified(R)(R name, SysTime returnIfMissing)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
if (!exists(name))
return returnIfMissing;
SysTime dummy;
SysTime ftm;
getTimesWin(name, dummy, dummy, ftm);
return ftm;
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedStat(const(FSChar)* namez, ref stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return stat(namez, &buf);
}
stat_t statbuf = void;
return trustedStat(namez, statbuf) != 0 ?
returnIfMissing :
SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(statbuf.st_mtime));
}
}
unittest
{
//std.process.system("echo a > deleteme") == 0 || assert(false);
if(exists(deleteme))
remove(deleteme);
write(deleteme, "a\n");
scope(exit)
{
assert(exists(deleteme));
remove(deleteme);
}
// assert(lastModified("deleteme") >
// lastModified("this file does not exist", SysTime.min));
//assert(lastModified("deleteme") > lastModified(__FILE__));
}
/**
* Determine whether the given file (or directory) exists.
* Params:
* name = string or range of characters representing the file name
* Returns:
* true if it exists
*/
bool exists(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
return existsImpl(name.tempCString!FSChar());
}
private bool existsImpl(const(FSChar)* namez) @trusted nothrow @nogc
{
version(Windows)
{
// http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/
// fileio/base/getfileattributes.asp
return GetFileAttributesW(namez) != 0xFFFFFFFF;
}
else version(Posix)
{
/*
The reason why we use stat (and not access) here is
the quirky behavior of access for SUID programs: if
we used access, a file may not appear to "exist",
despite that the program would be able to open it
just fine. The behavior in question is described as
follows in the access man page:
> The check is done using the calling process's real
> UID and GID, rather than the effective IDs as is
> done when actually attempting an operation (e.g.,
> open(2)) on the file. This allows set-user-ID
> programs to easily determine the invoking user's
> authority.
While various operating systems provide eaccess or
euidaccess functions, these are not part of POSIX -
so it's safer to use stat instead.
*/
stat_t statbuf = void;
return lstat(namez, &statbuf) == 0;
}
else
static assert(0);
}
@safe unittest
{
assert(exists("."));
assert(!exists("this file does not exist"));
write(deleteme, "a\n");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
assert(exists(deleteme));
}
/++
Returns the attributes of the given file.
Note that the file attributes on Windows and Posix systems are
completely different. On Windows, they're what is returned by $(WEB
msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa364944(v=vs.85).aspx,
GetFileAttributes), whereas on Posix systems, they're the $(LUCKY
st_mode) value which is part of the $(D stat struct) gotten by
calling the $(WEB en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stat_%28Unix%29, $(D stat))
function.
On Posix systems, if the given file is a symbolic link, then
attributes are the attributes of the file pointed to by the symbolic
link.
Params:
name = The file to get the attributes of.
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
+/
uint getAttributes(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedGetFileAttributesW(const(FSChar)* namez) @trusted
{
return GetFileAttributesW(namez);
}
immutable result = trustedGetFileAttributesW(namez);
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(result != INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES, names, namez);
return result;
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedStat(const(FSChar)* namez, ref stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return stat(namez, &buf);
}
stat_t statbuf = void;
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedStat(namez, statbuf) == 0, names, namez);
return statbuf.st_mode;
}
}
/++
If the given file is a symbolic link, then this returns the attributes of the
symbolic link itself rather than file that it points to. If the given file
is $(I not) a symbolic link, then this function returns the same result
as getAttributes.
On Windows, getLinkAttributes is identical to getAttributes. It exists on
Windows so that you don't have to special-case code for Windows when dealing
with symbolic links.
Params:
name = The file to get the symbolic link attributes of.
Returns:
the attributes
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error.
+/
uint getLinkAttributes(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
return getAttributes(name);
}
else version(Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedLstat(const(FSChar)* namez, ref stat_t buf) @trusted
{
return lstat(namez, &buf);
}
stat_t lstatbuf = void;
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedLstat(namez, lstatbuf) == 0, names, namez);
return lstatbuf.st_mode;
}
}
/++
Set the attributes of the given file.
Params:
name = the file name
attributes = the attributes to set the file to
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the given file does not exist.
+/
void setAttributes(R)(R name, uint attributes)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version (Windows)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedSetFileAttributesW(const(FSChar)* namez, uint dwFileAttributes) @trusted
{
return SetFileAttributesW(namez, dwFileAttributes);
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(trustedSetFileAttributesW(namez, attributes), names, namez);
}
else version (Posix)
{
auto namez = name.tempCString!FSChar();
static auto trustedChmod(const(FSChar)* namez, mode_t mode) @trusted
{
return chmod(namez, mode);
}
assert(attributes <= mode_t.max);
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias names = name;
else
string names = null;
cenforce(!trustedChmod(namez, cast(mode_t)attributes), names, namez);
}
}
/++
Returns whether the given file is a directory.
Params:
name = The path to the file.
Returns:
true if the name specifies a directory
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the given file does not exist.
Examples:
--------------------
assert(!"/etc/fonts/fonts.conf".isDir);
assert("/usr/share/include".isDir);
--------------------
+/
@property bool isDir(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
{
return (getAttributes(name) & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) != 0;
}
else version(Posix)
{
return (getAttributes(name) & S_IFMT) == S_IFDIR;
}
}
@safe unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
assert("C:\\Program Files\\".isDir);
if("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".exists)
assert(!"C:\\Windows\\system.ini".isDir);
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
assert(system_directory.isDir);
if(system_file.exists)
assert(!system_file.isDir);
}
}
/++
Returns whether the given file attributes are for a directory.
Params:
attributes = The file attributes.
Returns:
true if attibutes specifies a directory
Examples:
--------------------
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf")));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf")));
--------------------
+/
bool attrIsDir(uint attributes) @safe pure nothrow @nogc
{
version(Windows)
{
return (attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) != 0;
}
else version(Posix)
{
return (attributes & S_IFMT) == S_IFDIR;
}
}
@safe unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
{
assert(attrIsDir(getAttributes("C:\\Program Files\\")));
assert(attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes("C:\\Program Files\\")));
}
if("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".exists)
{
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes("C:\\Windows\\system.ini")));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes("C:\\Windows\\system.ini")));
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
{
assert(attrIsDir(getAttributes(system_directory)));
assert(attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(system_directory)));
}
if(system_file.exists)
{
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes(system_file)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(system_file)));
}
}
}
/++
Returns whether the given file (or directory) is a file.
On Windows, if a file is not a directory, then it's a file. So,
either $(D isFile) or $(D isDir) will return true for any given file.
On Posix systems, if $(D isFile) is $(D true), that indicates that the file
is a regular file (e.g. not a block not device). So, on Posix systems, it's
possible for both $(D isFile) and $(D isDir) to be $(D false) for a
particular file (in which case, it's a special file). You can use
$(D getAttributes) to get the attributes to figure out what type of special
it is, or you can use $(D DirEntry) to get at its $(D statBuf), which is the
result from $(D stat). In either case, see the man page for $(D stat) for
more information.
Params:
name = The path to the file.
Returns:
true if name specifies a file
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the given file does not exist.
Examples:
--------------------
assert("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf".isFile);
assert(!"/usr/share/include".isFile);
--------------------
+/
@property bool isFile(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
return !name.isDir;
else version(Posix)
return (getAttributes(name) & S_IFMT) == S_IFREG;
}
@safe unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
assert(!"C:\\Program Files\\".isFile);
if("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".exists)
assert("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".isFile);
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
assert(!system_directory.isFile);
if(system_file.exists)
assert(system_file.isFile);
}
}
/++
Returns whether the given file attributes are for a file.
On Windows, if a file is not a directory, it's a file. So, either
$(D attrIsFile) or $(D attrIsDir) will return $(D true) for the
attributes of any given file.
On Posix systems, if $(D attrIsFile) is $(D true), that indicates that the
file is a regular file (e.g. not a block not device). So, on Posix systems,
it's possible for both $(D attrIsFile) and $(D attrIsDir) to be $(D false)
for a particular file (in which case, it's a special file). If a file is a
special file, you can use the attributes to check what type of special file
it is (see the man page for $(D stat) for more information).
Params:
attributes = The file attributes.
Returns:
true if the given file attributes are for a file
Examples:
--------------------
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf")));
assert(attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf")));
--------------------
+/
bool attrIsFile(uint attributes) @safe pure nothrow @nogc
{
version(Windows)
{
return (attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) == 0;
}
else version(Posix)
{
return (attributes & S_IFMT) == S_IFREG;
}
}
@safe unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
{
assert(!attrIsFile(getAttributes("C:\\Program Files\\")));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes("C:\\Program Files\\")));
}
if("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".exists)
{
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes("C:\\Windows\\system.ini")));
assert(attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes("C:\\Windows\\system.ini")));
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
{
assert(!attrIsFile(getAttributes(system_directory)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(system_directory)));
}
if(system_file.exists)
{
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes(system_file)));
assert(attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(system_file)));
}
}
}
/++
Returns whether the given file is a symbolic link.
On Windows, returns $(D true) when the file is either a symbolic link or a
junction point.
Params:
name = The path to the file.
Returns:
true if name is a symbolic link
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the given file does not exist.
+/
@property bool isSymlink(R)(R name)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
version(Windows)
return (getAttributes(name) & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT) != 0;
else version(Posix)
return (getLinkAttributes(name) & S_IFMT) == S_IFLNK;
}
unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
assert(!"C:\\Program Files\\".isSymlink);
if("C:\\Users\\".exists && "C:\\Documents and Settings\\".exists)
assert("C:\\Documents and Settings\\".isSymlink);
enum fakeSymFile = "C:\\Windows\\system.ini";
if(fakeSymFile.exists)
{
assert(!fakeSymFile.isSymlink);
assert(!fakeSymFile.isSymlink);
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getLinkAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(fakeSymFile)));
assert(getAttributes(fakeSymFile) == getLinkAttributes(fakeSymFile));
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
{
assert(!system_directory.isSymlink);
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink(system_directory, symfile.ptr);
assert(symfile.isSymlink);
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsSymlink(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsDir(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
}
if(system_file.exists)
{
assert(!system_file.isSymlink);
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink(system_file, symfile.ptr);
assert(symfile.isSymlink);
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsSymlink(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
}
}
static assert(__traits(compiles, () @safe { return "dummy".isSymlink; }));
}
/++
Returns whether the given file attributes are for a symbolic link.
On Windows, return $(D true) when the file is either a symbolic link or a
junction point.
Params:
attributes = The file attributes.
Returns:
true if attributes are for a symbolic link
Examples:
--------------------
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf", "/tmp/alink");
assert(!getAttributes("/tmp/alink").isSymlink);
assert(getLinkAttributes("/tmp/alink").isSymlink);
--------------------
+/
bool attrIsSymlink(uint attributes) @safe pure nothrow @nogc
{
version(Windows)
return (attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT) != 0;
else version(Posix)
return (attributes & S_IFMT) == S_IFLNK;
}
/****************************************************
* Change directory to $(D pathname).
* Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void chdir(R)(R pathname)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
// Place outside of @trusted block
auto pathz = pathname.tempCString!FSChar();
version(Windows)
{
static auto trustedChdir(const(FSChar)* pathz) @trusted
{
return SetCurrentDirectoryW(pathz);
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
static auto trustedChdir(const(FSChar)* pathz) @trusted
{
return core.sys.posix.unistd.chdir(pathz) == 0;
}
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias pathStr = pathname;
else
string pathStr = null;
cenforce(trustedChdir(pathz), pathStr, pathz);
}
/****************************************************
Make directory $(D pathname).
Throws: $(D FileException) on Posix or $(D WindowsException) on Windows
if an error occured.
*/
void mkdir(R)(R pathname)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
// Place outside of @trusted block
auto pathz = pathname.tempCString!FSChar();
version(Windows)
{
static auto trustedCreateDirectoryW(const(FSChar)* pathz) @trusted
{
return CreateDirectoryW(pathz, null);
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias pathStr = pathname;
else
string pathStr = null;
wenforce(trustedCreateDirectoryW(pathz), pathStr, pathz);
}
else version(Posix)
{
static auto trustedMkdir(const(FSChar)* pathz, mode_t mode) @trusted
{
return core.sys.posix.sys.stat.mkdir(pathz, mode);
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias pathStr = pathname;
else
string pathStr = null;
cenforce(trustedMkdir(pathz, octal!777) == 0, pathStr, pathz);
}
}
// Same as mkdir but ignores "already exists" errors.
// Returns: "true" if the directory was created,
// "false" if it already existed.
private bool ensureDirExists(in char[] pathname)
{
version(Windows)
{
if (CreateDirectoryW(pathname.tempCStringW(), null))
return true;
cenforce(GetLastError() == ERROR_ALREADY_EXISTS, pathname.idup);
}
else version(Posix)
{
if (core.sys.posix.sys.stat.mkdir(pathname.tempCString(), octal!777) == 0)
return true;
cenforce(errno == EEXIST || errno == EISDIR, pathname);
}
enforce(pathname.isDir, new FileException(pathname.idup));
return false;
}
/****************************************************
* Make directory and all parent directories as needed.
*
* Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void mkdirRecurse(in char[] pathname)
{
const left = dirName(pathname);
if (left.length != pathname.length && !exists(left))
{
mkdirRecurse(left);
}
if (!baseName(pathname).empty)
{
ensureDirExists(pathname);
}
}
unittest
{
{
immutable basepath = deleteme ~ "_dir";
scope(exit) rmdirRecurse(basepath);
auto path = buildPath(basepath, "a", "..", "b");
mkdirRecurse(path);
path = path.buildNormalizedPath;
assert(path.isDir);
path = buildPath(basepath, "c");
write(path, "");
assertThrown!FileException(mkdirRecurse(path));
path = buildPath(basepath, "d");
mkdirRecurse(path);
mkdirRecurse(path); // should not throw
}
version(Windows)
{
assertThrown!FileException(mkdirRecurse(`1:\foobar`));
}
// bug3570
{
immutable basepath = deleteme ~ "_dir";
version (Windows)
{
immutable path = basepath ~ "\\fake\\here\\";
}
else version (Posix)
{
immutable path = basepath ~ `/fake/here/`;
}
mkdirRecurse(path);
assert(basepath.exists && basepath.isDir);
scope(exit) rmdirRecurse(basepath);
assert(path.exists && path.isDir);
}
}
/****************************************************
Remove directory $(D pathname).
Params:
pathname = Range or string specifying the directory name
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void rmdir(R)(R pathname)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
// Place outside of @trusted block
auto pathz = pathname.tempCString!FSChar();
version(Windows)
{
static auto trustedRmdir(const(FSChar)* pathz) @trusted
{
return RemoveDirectoryW(pathz);
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
static auto trustedRmdir(const(FSChar)* pathz) @trusted
{
return core.sys.posix.unistd.rmdir(pathz) == 0;
}
}
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias pathStr = pathname;
else
string pathStr = null;
cenforce(trustedRmdir(pathz), pathStr, pathz);
}
/++
$(BLUE This function is Posix-Only.)
Creates a symlink.
Params:
original = The file to link from.
link = The symlink to create.
Note:
Relative paths are relative to the current working directory,
not the files being linked to or from.
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error (which includes if the symlink already
exists).
+/
version(StdDdoc) void symlink(C1, C2)(const(C1)[] original, const(C2)[] link) @safe;
else version(Posix) void symlink(C1, C2)(const(C1)[] original, const(C2)[] link) @safe
{
static auto trustedSymlink(const(C1)[] path1, const(C2)[] path2) @trusted
{
return core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink(path1.tempCString(),
path2.tempCString());
}
cenforce(trustedSymlink(original, link) == 0, link);
}
version(Posix) @safe unittest
{
if(system_directory.exists)
{
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
symlink(system_directory, symfile);
assert(symfile.exists);
assert(symfile.isSymlink);
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsSymlink(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsDir(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
}
if(system_file.exists)
{
assert(!system_file.isSymlink);
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
symlink(system_file, symfile);
assert(symfile.exists);
assert(symfile.isSymlink);
assert(!attrIsSymlink(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsSymlink(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsDir(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
assert(attrIsFile(getAttributes(symfile)));
assert(!attrIsFile(getLinkAttributes(symfile)));
}
}
/++
$(BLUE This function is Posix-Only.)
Returns the path to the file pointed to by a symlink. Note that the
path could be either relative or absolute depending on the symlink.
If the path is relative, it's relative to the symlink, not the current
working directory.
Throws:
$(D FileException) on error.
+/
version(StdDdoc) string readLink(C)(const(C)[] link) @safe;
else version(Posix) string readLink(C)(const(C)[] link) @safe
{
static auto trustedReadlink(const(C)[] path, char[] buf) @trusted
{
return core.sys.posix.unistd.readlink(path.tempCString(), buf.ptr, buf.length);
}
static auto trustedAssumeUnique(ref C[] array) @trusted
{
return assumeUnique(array);
}
enum bufferLen = 2048;
enum maxCodeUnits = 6;
char[bufferLen] buffer;
auto size = trustedReadlink(link, buffer);
cenforce(size != -1, link);
if(size <= bufferLen - maxCodeUnits)
return to!string(buffer[0 .. size]);
auto dynamicBuffer = new char[](bufferLen * 3 / 2);
foreach(i; 0 .. 10)
{
size = trustedReadlink(link, dynamicBuffer);
cenforce(size != -1, link);
if(size <= dynamicBuffer.length - maxCodeUnits)
{
dynamicBuffer.length = size;
return trustedAssumeUnique(dynamicBuffer);
}
dynamicBuffer.length = dynamicBuffer.length * 3 / 2;
}
throw new FileException(to!string(link), "Path is too long to read.");
}
version(Posix) @safe unittest
{
import std.string;
foreach(file; [system_directory, system_file])
{
if(file.exists)
{
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
symlink(file, symfile);
assert(readLink(symfile) == file, format("Failed file: %s", file));
}
}
assertThrown!FileException(readLink("/doesnotexist"));
}
/****************************************************
* Get the current working directory.
* Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
version(Windows) string getcwd()
{
import std.utf : toUTF8;
/* GetCurrentDirectory's return value:
1. function succeeds: the number of characters that are written to
the buffer, not including the terminating null character.
2. function fails: zero
3. the buffer (lpBuffer) is not large enough: the required size of
the buffer, in characters, including the null-terminating character.
*/
wchar[4096] buffW = void; //enough for most common case
immutable n = cenforce(GetCurrentDirectoryW(to!DWORD(buffW.length), buffW.ptr),
"getcwd");
// we can do it because toUTFX always produces a fresh string
if(n < buffW.length)
{
return toUTF8(buffW[0 .. n]);
}
else //staticBuff isn't enough
{
auto ptr = cast(wchar*) malloc(wchar.sizeof * n);
scope(exit) free(ptr);
immutable n2 = GetCurrentDirectoryW(n, ptr);
cenforce(n2 && n2 < n, "getcwd");
return toUTF8(ptr[0 .. n2]);
}
}
else version (Posix) string getcwd()
{
auto p = cenforce(core.sys.posix.unistd.getcwd(null, 0),
"cannot get cwd");
scope(exit) core.stdc.stdlib.free(p);
return p[0 .. core.stdc.string.strlen(p)].idup;
}
unittest
{
auto s = getcwd();
assert(s.length);
}
version (OSX)
private extern (C) int _NSGetExecutablePath(char* buf, uint* bufsize);
else version (FreeBSD)
private extern (C) int sysctl (const int* name, uint namelen, void* oldp,
size_t* oldlenp, const void* newp, size_t newlen);
/**
* Returns the full path of the current executable.
*
* Throws:
* $(XREF object, Exception)
*/
@trusted string thisExePath ()
{
version (OSX)
{
import core.sys.posix.stdlib : realpath;
uint size;
_NSGetExecutablePath(null, &size); // get the length of the path
auto buffer = new char[size];
_NSGetExecutablePath(buffer.ptr, &size);
auto absolutePath = realpath(buffer.ptr, null); // let the function allocate
scope (exit)
{
if (absolutePath)
free(absolutePath);
}
errnoEnforce(absolutePath);
return to!(string)(absolutePath);
}
else version (linux)
{
return readLink("/proc/self/exe");
}
else version (Windows)
{
wchar[MAX_PATH] buf;
wchar[] buffer = buf[];
while (true)
{
auto len = GetModuleFileNameW(null, buffer.ptr, cast(DWORD) buffer.length);
enforce(len, sysErrorString(GetLastError()));
if (len != buffer.length)
return to!(string)(buffer[0 .. len]);
buffer.length *= 2;
}
}
else version (FreeBSD)
{
enum
{
CTL_KERN = 1,
KERN_PROC = 14,
KERN_PROC_PATHNAME = 12
}
int[4] mib = [CTL_KERN, KERN_PROC, KERN_PROC_PATHNAME, -1];
size_t len;
auto result = sysctl(mib.ptr, mib.length, null, &len, null, 0); // get the length of the path
errnoEnforce(result == 0);
auto buffer = new char[len - 1];
result = sysctl(mib.ptr, mib.length, buffer.ptr, &len, null, 0);
errnoEnforce(result == 0);
return buffer.assumeUnique;
}
else version (Solaris)
{
import core.sys.posix.unistd : getpid;
import std.string : format;
// Only Solaris 10 and later
return readLink(format("/proc/%d/path/a.out", getpid()));
}
else
static assert(0, "thisExePath is not supported on this platform");
}
@safe unittest
{
auto path = thisExePath();
assert(path.exists);
assert(path.isAbsolute);
assert(path.isFile);
}
version(StdDdoc)
{
/++
Info on a file, similar to what you'd get from stat on a Posix system.
+/
struct DirEntry
{
/++
Constructs a DirEntry for the given file (or directory).
Params:
path = The file (or directory) to get a DirEntry for.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the file does not exist.
+/
this(string path);
version (Windows)
{
private this(string path, in WIN32_FIND_DATAW *fd);
}
else version (Posix)
{
private this(string path, core.sys.posix.dirent.dirent* fd);
}
/++
Returns the path to the file represented by this $(D DirEntry).
Examples:
--------------------
auto de1 = DirEntry("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf");
assert(de1.name == "/etc/fonts/fonts.conf");
auto de2 = DirEntry("/usr/share/include");
assert(de2.name == "/usr/share/include");
--------------------
+/
@property string name() const;
/++
Returns whether the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) is a
directory.
Examples:
--------------------
auto de1 = DirEntry("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf");
assert(!de1.isDir);
auto de2 = DirEntry("/usr/share/include");
assert(de2.isDir);
--------------------
+/
@property bool isDir();
/++
Returns whether the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) is a file.
On Windows, if a file is not a directory, then it's a file. So,
either $(D isFile) or $(D isDir) will return $(D true).
On Posix systems, if $(D isFile) is $(D true), that indicates that
the file is a regular file (e.g. not a block not device). So, on
Posix systems, it's possible for both $(D isFile) and $(D isDir) to
be $(D false) for a particular file (in which case, it's a special
file). You can use $(D attributes) or $(D statBuf) to get more
information about a special file (see the stat man page for more
details).
Examples:
--------------------
auto de1 = DirEntry("/etc/fonts/fonts.conf");
assert(de1.isFile);
auto de2 = DirEntry("/usr/share/include");
assert(!de2.isFile);
--------------------
+/
@property bool isFile();
/++
Returns whether the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) is a
symbolic link.
On Windows, return $(D true) when the file is either a symbolic
link or a junction point.
+/
@property bool isSymlink();
/++
Returns the size of the the file represented by this $(D DirEntry)
in bytes.
+/
@property ulong size();
/++
$(BLUE This function is Windows-Only.)
Returns the creation time of the file represented by this
$(D DirEntry).
+/
@property SysTime timeCreated() const;
/++
Returns the time that the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) was
last accessed.
Note that many file systems do not update the access time for files
(generally for performance reasons), so there's a good chance that
$(D timeLastAccessed) will return the same value as
$(D timeLastModified).
+/
@property SysTime timeLastAccessed();
/++
Returns the time that the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) was
last modified.
+/
@property SysTime timeLastModified();
/++
Returns the attributes of the file represented by this $(D DirEntry).
Note that the file attributes on Windows and Posix systems are
completely different. On, Windows, they're what is returned by
$(D GetFileAttributes)
$(WEB msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa364944(v=vs.85).aspx, GetFileAttributes)
Whereas, an Posix systems, they're the $(D st_mode) value which is
part of the $(D stat) struct gotten by calling $(D stat).
On Posix systems, if the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) is a
symbolic link, then attributes are the attributes of the file
pointed to by the symbolic link.
+/
@property uint attributes();
/++
On Posix systems, if the file represented by this $(D DirEntry) is a
symbolic link, then $(D linkAttributes) are the attributes of the
symbolic link itself. Otherwise, $(D linkAttributes) is identical to
$(D attributes).
On Windows, $(D linkAttributes) is identical to $(D attributes). It
exists on Windows so that you don't have to special-case code for
Windows when dealing with symbolic links.
+/
@property uint linkAttributes();
version(Windows)
alias stat_t = void*;
/++
$(BLUE This function is Posix-Only.)
The $(D stat) struct gotten from calling $(D stat).
+/
@property stat_t statBuf();
}
}
else version(Windows)
{
struct DirEntry
{
import std.utf : toUTF8;
public:
alias name this;
this(string path)
{
if(!path.exists())
throw new FileException(path, "File does not exist");
_name = path;
with (getFileAttributesWin(path))
{
_size = makeUlong(nFileSizeLow, nFileSizeHigh);
_timeCreated = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftCreationTime);
_timeLastAccessed = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastAccessTime);
_timeLastModified = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&ftLastWriteTime);
_attributes = dwFileAttributes;
}
}
private this(string path, in WIN32_FIND_DATAW *fd)
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcslen;
size_t clength = wcslen(fd.cFileName.ptr);
_name = toUTF8(fd.cFileName[0 .. clength]);
_name = buildPath(path, toUTF8(fd.cFileName[0 .. clength]));
_size = (cast(ulong)fd.nFileSizeHigh << 32) | fd.nFileSizeLow;
_timeCreated = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&fd.ftCreationTime);
_timeLastAccessed = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&fd.ftLastAccessTime);
_timeLastModified = std.datetime.FILETIMEToSysTime(&fd.ftLastWriteTime);
_attributes = fd.dwFileAttributes;
}
@property string name() const pure nothrow
{
return _name;
}
@property bool isDir() const pure nothrow
{
return (attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) != 0;
}
@property bool isFile() const pure nothrow
{
//Are there no options in Windows other than directory and file?
//If there are, then this probably isn't the best way to determine
//whether this DirEntry is a file or not.
return !isDir;
}
@property bool isSymlink() const pure nothrow
{
return (attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT) != 0;
}
@property ulong size() const pure nothrow
{
return _size;
}
@property SysTime timeCreated() const pure nothrow
{
return cast(SysTime)_timeCreated;
}
@property SysTime timeLastAccessed() const pure nothrow
{
return cast(SysTime)_timeLastAccessed;
}
@property SysTime timeLastModified() const pure nothrow
{
return cast(SysTime)_timeLastModified;
}
@property uint attributes() const pure nothrow
{
return _attributes;
}
@property uint linkAttributes() const pure nothrow
{
return _attributes;
}
private:
string _name; /// The file or directory represented by this DirEntry.
SysTime _timeCreated; /// The time when the file was created.
SysTime _timeLastAccessed; /// The time when the file was last accessed.
SysTime _timeLastModified; /// The time when the file was last modified.
ulong _size; /// The size of the file in bytes.
uint _attributes; /// The file attributes from WIN32_FIND_DATAW.
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
struct DirEntry
{
public:
alias name this;
this(string path)
{
if(!path.exists)
throw new FileException(path, "File does not exist");
_name = path;
_didLStat = false;
_didStat = false;
_dTypeSet = false;
}
private this(string path, core.sys.posix.dirent.dirent* fd)
{
immutable len = core.stdc.string.strlen(fd.d_name.ptr);
_name = buildPath(path, fd.d_name[0 .. len]);
_didLStat = false;
_didStat = false;
//fd_d_type doesn't work for all file systems,
//in which case the result is DT_UNKOWN. But we
//can determine the correct type from lstat, so
//we'll only set the dtype here if we could
//correctly determine it (not lstat in the case
//of DT_UNKNOWN in case we don't ever actually
//need the dtype, thus potentially avoiding the
//cost of calling lstat).
static if (__traits(compiles, fd.d_type != DT_UNKNOWN))
{
if(fd.d_type != DT_UNKNOWN)
{
_dType = fd.d_type;
_dTypeSet = true;
}
else
_dTypeSet = false;
}
else
{
// e.g. Solaris does not have the d_type member
_dTypeSet = false;
}
}
@property string name() const pure nothrow
{
return _name;
}
@property bool isDir()
{
_ensureStatOrLStatDone();
return (_statBuf.st_mode & S_IFMT) == S_IFDIR;
}
@property bool isFile()
{
_ensureStatOrLStatDone();
return (_statBuf.st_mode & S_IFMT) == S_IFREG;
}
@property bool isSymlink()
{
_ensureLStatDone();
return (_lstatMode & S_IFMT) == S_IFLNK;
}
@property ulong size()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return _statBuf.st_size;
}
@property SysTime timeStatusChanged()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(_statBuf.st_ctime));
}
@property SysTime timeLastAccessed()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(_statBuf.st_ctime));
}
@property SysTime timeLastModified()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return SysTime(unixTimeToStdTime(_statBuf.st_mtime));
}
@property uint attributes()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return _statBuf.st_mode;
}
@property uint linkAttributes()
{
_ensureLStatDone();
return _lstatMode;
}
@property stat_t statBuf()
{
_ensureStatDone();
return _statBuf;
}
private:
/++
This is to support lazy evaluation, because doing stat's is
expensive and not always needed.
+/
void _ensureStatDone() @safe
{
static auto trustedStat(in char[] path, stat_t* buf) @trusted
{
return stat(path.tempCString(), buf);
}
if(_didStat)
return;
enforce(trustedStat(_name, &_statBuf) == 0,
"Failed to stat file `" ~ _name ~ "'");
_didStat = true;
}
/++
This is to support lazy evaluation, because doing stat's is
expensive and not always needed.
Try both stat and lstat for isFile and isDir
to detect broken symlinks.
+/
void _ensureStatOrLStatDone()
{
if(_didStat)
return;
if( stat(_name.tempCString(), &_statBuf) != 0 )
{
_ensureLStatDone();
_statBuf = stat_t.init;
_statBuf.st_mode = S_IFLNK;
}
else
{
_didStat = true;
}
}
/++
This is to support lazy evaluation, because doing stat's is
expensive and not always needed.
+/
void _ensureLStatDone()
{
if(_didLStat)
return;
stat_t statbuf = void;
enforce(lstat(_name.tempCString(), &statbuf) == 0,
"Failed to stat file `" ~ _name ~ "'");
_lstatMode = statbuf.st_mode;
_dTypeSet = true;
_didLStat = true;
}
string _name; /// The file or directory represented by this DirEntry.
stat_t _statBuf = void; /// The result of stat().
uint _lstatMode; /// The stat mode from lstat().
ubyte _dType; /// The type of the file.
bool _didLStat = false; /// Whether lstat() has been called for this DirEntry.
bool _didStat = false; /// Whether stat() has been called for this DirEntry.
bool _dTypeSet = false; /// Whether the dType of the file has been set.
}
}
unittest
{
version(Windows)
{
if("C:\\Program Files\\".exists)
{
auto de = DirEntry("C:\\Program Files\\");
assert(!de.isFile);
assert(de.isDir);
assert(!de.isSymlink);
}
if("C:\\Users\\".exists && "C:\\Documents and Settings\\".exists)
{
auto de = DirEntry("C:\\Documents and Settings\\");
assert(de.isSymlink);
}
if("C:\\Windows\\system.ini".exists)
{
auto de = DirEntry("C:\\Windows\\system.ini");
assert(de.isFile);
assert(!de.isDir);
assert(!de.isSymlink);
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
if(system_directory.exists)
{
{
auto de = DirEntry(system_directory);
assert(!de.isFile);
assert(de.isDir);
assert(!de.isSymlink);
}
immutable symfile = deleteme ~ "_slink\0";
scope(exit) if(symfile.exists) symfile.remove();
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink(system_directory, symfile.ptr);
{
auto de = DirEntry(symfile);
assert(!de.isFile);
assert(de.isDir);
assert(de.isSymlink);
}
symfile.remove();
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink((deleteme ~ "_broken_symlink\0").ptr, symfile.ptr);
{
//Issue 8298
DirEntry de = DirEntry(symfile);
assert(!de.isFile);
assert(!de.isDir);
assert(de.isSymlink);
assertThrown(de.size);
assertThrown(de.timeStatusChanged);
assertThrown(de.timeLastAccessed);
assertThrown(de.timeLastModified);
assertThrown(de.attributes);
assertThrown(de.statBuf);
assert(symfile.exists);
symfile.remove();
}
}
if(system_file.exists)
{
auto de = DirEntry(system_file);
assert(de.isFile);
assert(!de.isDir);
assert(!de.isSymlink);
}
}
}
alias PreserveAttributes = Flag!"preserveAttributes";
version (StdDdoc)
{
/// Defaults to PreserveAttributes.yes on Windows, and the opposite on all other platforms.
PreserveAttributes preserveAttributesDefault;
}
else version(Windows)
{
enum preserveAttributesDefault = PreserveAttributes.yes;
}
else
{
enum preserveAttributesDefault = PreserveAttributes.no;
}
/***************************************************
Copy file $(D from) to file $(D to). File timestamps are preserved.
File attributes are preserved, if $(D preserve) equals $(D PreserveAttributes.yes).
On Windows only $(D PreserveAttributes.yes) (the default on Windows) is supported.
If the target file exists, it is overwritten.
Params:
from = string or range of characters representing the existing file name
to = string or range of characters representing the target file name
Throws: $(D FileException) on error.
*/
void copy(RF, RT)(RF from, RT to, PreserveAttributes preserve = preserveAttributesDefault)
if (isInputRange!RF && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!RF) &&
isInputRange!RT && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!RT))
{
// Place outside of @trusted block
auto fromz = from.tempCString!FSChar();
auto toz = to.tempCString!FSChar();
static if (isNarrowString!RF && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!RF) == char))
alias f = from;
else
enum string f = null;
static if (isNarrowString!RT && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!RT) == char))
alias t = to;
else
enum string t = null;
copyImpl(f, t, fromz, toz, preserve);
}
private void copyImpl(const(char)[] f, const(char)[] t, const(FSChar)* fromz, const(FSChar)* toz,
PreserveAttributes preserve) @trusted
{
version(Windows)
{
assert(preserve == Yes.preserve);
immutable result = CopyFileW(fromz, toz, false);
if (!result)
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcslen;
import std.conv : to;
if (!t)
t = to!(typeof(t))(toz[0 .. wcslen(toz)]);
throw new FileException(t);
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
import core.stdc.stdio;
immutable fd = core.sys.posix.fcntl.open(fromz, O_RDONLY);
cenforce(fd != -1, f, fromz);
scope(exit) core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fd);
stat_t statbuf = void;
cenforce(fstat(fd, &statbuf) == 0, f, fromz);
//cenforce(core.sys.posix.sys.stat.fstat(fd, &statbuf) == 0, f, fromz);
immutable fdw = core.sys.posix.fcntl.open(toz,
O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_TRUNC, octal!666);
cenforce(fdw != -1, t, toz);
scope(failure) core.stdc.stdio.remove(toz);
{
scope(failure) core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fdw);
auto BUFSIZ = 4096u * 16;
auto buf = core.stdc.stdlib.malloc(BUFSIZ);
if (!buf)
{
BUFSIZ = 4096;
buf = core.stdc.stdlib.malloc(BUFSIZ);
if (!buf)
{
import core.exception : onOutOfMemoryError;
onOutOfMemoryError();
}
}
scope(exit) core.stdc.stdlib.free(buf);
for (auto size = statbuf.st_size; size; )
{
immutable toxfer = (size > BUFSIZ) ? BUFSIZ : cast(size_t) size;
cenforce(
core.sys.posix.unistd.read(fd, buf, toxfer) == toxfer
&& core.sys.posix.unistd.write(fdw, buf, toxfer) == toxfer,
f, fromz);
assert(size >= toxfer);
size -= toxfer;
}
if (preserve)
cenforce(fchmod(fdw, statbuf.st_mode) == 0, f, fromz);
}
cenforce(core.sys.posix.unistd.close(fdw) != -1, f, fromz);
utimbuf utim = void;
utim.actime = cast(time_t)statbuf.st_atime;
utim.modtime = cast(time_t)statbuf.st_mtime;
cenforce(utime(toz, &utim) != -1, f, fromz);
}
}
unittest
{
auto t1 = deleteme, t2 = deleteme~"2";
scope(exit) foreach (t; [t1, t2]) if (t.exists) t.remove();
write(t1, "1");
copy(t1, t2);
assert(readText(t2) == "1");
write(t1, "2");
copy(t1, t2);
assert(readText(t2) == "2");
import std.utf : byChar;
copy(t1.byChar, t2.byChar);
assert(readText(t2.byChar) == "2");
}
version(Posix) unittest //issue 11434
{
auto t1 = deleteme, t2 = deleteme~"2";
scope(exit) foreach (t; [t1, t2]) if (t.exists) t.remove();
write(t1, "1");
setAttributes(t1, octal!767);
copy(t1, t2, Yes.preserveAttributes);
assert(readText(t2) == "1");
assert(getAttributes(t2) == octal!100767);
}
/++
Remove directory and all of its content and subdirectories,
recursively.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if there is an error (including if the given
file is not a directory).
+/
void rmdirRecurse(in char[] pathname)
{
//No references to pathname will be kept after rmdirRecurse,
//so the cast is safe
rmdirRecurse(DirEntry(cast(string)pathname));
}
/++
Remove directory and all of its content and subdirectories,
recursively.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if there is an error (including if the given
file is not a directory).
+/
void rmdirRecurse(ref DirEntry de)
{
if(!de.isDir)
throw new FileException(de.name, "Not a directory");
if (de.isSymlink)
{
version (Windows)
rmdir(de.name);
else
remove(de.name);
}
else
{
// all children, recursively depth-first
foreach(DirEntry e; dirEntries(de.name, SpanMode.depth, false))
{
attrIsDir(e.linkAttributes) ? rmdir(e.name) : remove(e.name);
}
// the dir itself
rmdir(de.name);
}
}
///ditto
//Note, without this overload, passing an RValue DirEntry still works, but
//actually fully reconstructs a DirEntry inside the
//"rmdirRecurse(in char[] pathname)" implementation. That is needlessly
//expensive.
//A DirEntry is a bit big (72B), so keeping the "by ref" signature is desirable.
void rmdirRecurse(DirEntry de)
{
rmdirRecurse(de);
}
version(Windows) unittest
{
auto d = deleteme ~ r".dir\a\b\c\d\e\f\g";
mkdirRecurse(d);
rmdirRecurse(deleteme ~ ".dir");
enforce(!exists(deleteme ~ ".dir"));
}
version(Posix) unittest
{
collectException(rmdirRecurse(deleteme));
auto d = deleteme~"/a/b/c/d/e/f/g";
enforce(collectException(mkdir(d)));
mkdirRecurse(d);
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink((deleteme~"/a/b/c\0").ptr,
(deleteme~"/link\0").ptr);
rmdirRecurse(deleteme~"/link");
enforce(exists(d));
rmdirRecurse(deleteme);
enforce(!exists(deleteme));
d = deleteme~"/a/b/c/d/e/f/g";
mkdirRecurse(d);
version(Android) string link_cmd = "ln -s ";
else string link_cmd = "ln -sf ";
std.process.executeShell(link_cmd~deleteme~"/a/b/c "~deleteme~"/link");
rmdirRecurse(deleteme);
enforce(!exists(deleteme));
}
unittest
{
void[] buf;
buf = new void[10];
(cast(byte[])buf)[] = 3;
string unit_file = deleteme ~ "-unittest_write.tmp";
if (exists(unit_file)) remove(unit_file);
write(unit_file, buf);
void[] buf2 = read(unit_file);
assert(buf == buf2);
string unit2_file = deleteme ~ "-unittest_write2.tmp";
copy(unit_file, unit2_file);
buf2 = read(unit2_file);
assert(buf == buf2);
remove(unit_file);
assert(!exists(unit_file));
remove(unit2_file);
assert(!exists(unit2_file));
}
/**
* Dictates directory spanning policy for $(D_PARAM dirEntries) (see below).
*/
enum SpanMode
{
/** Only spans one directory. */
shallow,
/** Spans the directory depth-first, i.e. the content of any
subdirectory is spanned before that subdirectory itself. Useful
e.g. when recursively deleting files. */
depth,
/** Spans the directory breadth-first, i.e. the content of any
subdirectory is spanned right after that subdirectory itself. */
breadth,
}
private struct DirIteratorImpl
{
import std.array : Appender, appender;
SpanMode _mode;
// Whether we should follow symlinked directories while iterating.
// It also indicates whether we should avoid functions which call
// stat (since we should only need lstat in this case and it would
// be more efficient to not call stat in addition to lstat).
bool _followSymlink;
DirEntry _cur;
Appender!(DirHandle[]) _stack;
Appender!(DirEntry[]) _stashed; //used in depth first mode
//stack helpers
void pushExtra(DirEntry de){ _stashed.put(de); }
//ditto
bool hasExtra(){ return !_stashed.data.empty; }
//ditto
DirEntry popExtra()
{
DirEntry de;
de = _stashed.data[$-1];
_stashed.shrinkTo(_stashed.data.length - 1);
return de;
}
version(Windows)
{
struct DirHandle
{
string dirpath;
HANDLE h;
}
bool stepIn(string directory)
{
auto search_pattern = chainPath(directory, "*.*");
WIN32_FIND_DATAW findinfo;
HANDLE h = FindFirstFileW(search_pattern.tempCString!FSChar(), &findinfo);
cenforce(h != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, directory);
_stack.put(DirHandle(directory, h));
return toNext(false, &findinfo);
}
bool next()
{
if(_stack.data.empty)
return false;
WIN32_FIND_DATAW findinfo;
return toNext(true, &findinfo);
}
bool toNext(bool fetch, WIN32_FIND_DATAW* findinfo)
{
import core.stdc.wchar_ : wcscmp;
if(fetch)
{
if(FindNextFileW(_stack.data[$-1].h, findinfo) == FALSE)
{
popDirStack();
return false;
}
}
while( wcscmp(findinfo.cFileName.ptr, ".") == 0
|| wcscmp(findinfo.cFileName.ptr, "..") == 0)
if(FindNextFileW(_stack.data[$-1].h, findinfo) == FALSE)
{
popDirStack();
return false;
}
_cur = DirEntry(_stack.data[$-1].dirpath, findinfo);
return true;
}
void popDirStack()
{
assert(!_stack.data.empty);
FindClose(_stack.data[$-1].h);
_stack.shrinkTo(_stack.data.length-1);
}
void releaseDirStack()
{
foreach( d; _stack.data)
FindClose(d.h);
}
bool mayStepIn()
{
return _followSymlink ? _cur.isDir : _cur.isDir && !_cur.isSymlink;
}
}
else version(Posix)
{
struct DirHandle
{
string dirpath;
DIR* h;
}
bool stepIn(string directory)
{
auto h = cenforce(opendir(directory.tempCString()), directory);
_stack.put(DirHandle(directory, h));
return next();
}
bool next()
{
if(_stack.data.empty)
return false;
for(dirent* fdata; (fdata = readdir(_stack.data[$-1].h)) != null; )
{
// Skip "." and ".."
if(core.stdc.string.strcmp(fdata.d_name.ptr, ".") &&
core.stdc.string.strcmp(fdata.d_name.ptr, "..") )
{
_cur = DirEntry(_stack.data[$-1].dirpath, fdata);
return true;
}
}
popDirStack();
return false;
}
void popDirStack()
{
assert(!_stack.data.empty);
closedir(_stack.data[$-1].h);
_stack.shrinkTo(_stack.data.length-1);
}
void releaseDirStack()
{
foreach( d; _stack.data)
closedir(d.h);
}
bool mayStepIn()
{
return _followSymlink ? _cur.isDir : attrIsDir(_cur.linkAttributes);
}
}
this(R)(R pathname, SpanMode mode, bool followSymlink)
if (isInputRange!R && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!R))
{
_mode = mode;
_followSymlink = followSymlink;
_stack = appender(cast(DirHandle[])[]);
if (_mode == SpanMode.depth)
_stashed = appender(cast(DirEntry[])[]);
static if (isNarrowString!R && is(Unqual!(ElementEncodingType!R) == char))
alias pathnameStr = pathname;
else
{
import std.array;
string pathnameStr = pathname.array;
}
if (stepIn(pathnameStr))
{
if(_mode == SpanMode.depth)
while(mayStepIn())
{
auto thisDir = _cur;
if(stepIn(_cur.name))
{
pushExtra(thisDir);
}
else
break;
}
}
}
@property bool empty(){ return _stashed.data.empty && _stack.data.empty; }
@property DirEntry front(){ return _cur; }
void popFront()
{
switch(_mode)
{
case SpanMode.depth:
if(next())
{
while(mayStepIn())
{
auto thisDir = _cur;
if(stepIn(_cur.name))
{
pushExtra(thisDir);
}
else
break;
}
}
else if(hasExtra())
_cur = popExtra();
break;
case SpanMode.breadth:
if(mayStepIn())
{
if(!stepIn(_cur.name))
while(!empty && !next()){}
}
else
while(!empty && !next()){}
break;
default:
next();
}
}
~this()
{
releaseDirStack();
}
}
struct DirIterator
{
private:
RefCounted!(DirIteratorImpl, RefCountedAutoInitialize.no) impl;
this(string pathname, SpanMode mode, bool followSymlink)
{
impl = typeof(impl)(pathname, mode, followSymlink);
}
public:
@property bool empty(){ return impl.empty; }
@property DirEntry front(){ return impl.front; }
void popFront(){ impl.popFront(); }
}
/++
Returns an input range of DirEntry that lazily iterates a given directory,
also provides two ways of foreach iteration. The iteration variable can be of
type $(D_PARAM string) if only the name is needed, or $(D_PARAM DirEntry)
if additional details are needed. The span mode dictates the how the
directory is traversed. The name of the each directory entry iterated
contains the absolute path.
Params:
path = The directory to iterate over.
mode = Whether the directory's sub-directories should be iterated
over depth-first ($(D_PARAM depth)), breadth-first
($(D_PARAM breadth)), or not at all ($(D_PARAM shallow)).
followSymlink = Whether symbolic links which point to directories
should be treated as directories and their contents
iterated over.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the directory does not exist.
Examples:
--------------------
// Iterate a directory in depth
foreach (string name; dirEntries("destroy/me", SpanMode.depth))
{
remove(name);
}
// Iterate a directory in breadth
foreach (string name; dirEntries(".", SpanMode.breadth))
{
writeln(name);
}
// Iterate a directory and get detailed info about it
foreach (DirEntry e; dirEntries("dmd-testing", SpanMode.breadth))
{
writeln(e.name, "\t", e.size);
}
// Iterate over all *.d files in current directory and all its subdirectories
auto dFiles = dirEntries(".", SpanMode.depth).filter!(f => f.name.endsWith(".d"));
foreach(d; dFiles)
writeln(d.name);
// Hook it up with std.parallelism to compile them all in parallel:
foreach(d; parallel(dFiles, 1)) //passes by 1 file to each thread
{
string cmd = "dmd -c " ~ d.name;
writeln(cmd);
std.process.system(cmd);
}
--------------------
+/
auto dirEntries(string path, SpanMode mode, bool followSymlink = true)
{
return DirIterator(path, mode, followSymlink);
}
/// Duplicate functionality of D1's $(D std.file.listdir()):
unittest
{
string[] listdir(string pathname)
{
import std.file;
import std.path;
import std.algorithm;
import std.array;
return std.file.dirEntries(pathname, SpanMode.shallow)
.filter!(a => a.isFile)
.map!(a => std.path.baseName(a.name))
.array;
}
void main(string[] args)
{
import std.stdio;
string[] files = listdir(args[1]);
writefln("%s", files);
}
}
unittest
{
import std.algorithm;
import std.range;
import std.process;
version(Android)
string testdir = deleteme; // This has to be an absolute path when
// called from a shared library on Android,
// ie an apk
else
string testdir = "deleteme.dmd.unittest.std.file" ~ to!string(thisProcessID); // needs to be relative
mkdirRecurse(buildPath(testdir, "somedir"));
scope(exit) rmdirRecurse(testdir);
write(buildPath(testdir, "somefile"), null);
write(buildPath(testdir, "somedir", "somedeepfile"), null);
// testing range interface
size_t equalEntries(string relpath, SpanMode mode)
{
auto len = enforce(walkLength(dirEntries(absolutePath(relpath), mode)));
assert(walkLength(dirEntries(relpath, mode)) == len);
assert(equal(
map!(a => std.path.absolutePath(a.name))(dirEntries(relpath, mode)),
map!(a => a.name)(dirEntries(absolutePath(relpath), mode))));
return len;
}
assert(equalEntries(testdir, SpanMode.shallow) == 2);
assert(equalEntries(testdir, SpanMode.depth) == 3);
assert(equalEntries(testdir, SpanMode.breadth) == 3);
// testing opApply
foreach (string name; dirEntries(testdir, SpanMode.breadth))
{
//writeln(name);
assert(name.startsWith(testdir));
}
foreach (DirEntry e; dirEntries(absolutePath(testdir), SpanMode.breadth))
{
//writeln(name);
assert(e.isFile || e.isDir, e.name);
}
//issue 7264
foreach (string name; dirEntries(testdir, "*.d", SpanMode.breadth))
{
}
foreach (entry; dirEntries(testdir, SpanMode.breadth))
{
static assert(is(typeof(entry) == DirEntry));
}
//issue 7138
auto a = array(dirEntries(testdir, SpanMode.shallow));
// issue 11392
auto dFiles = dirEntries(testdir, SpanMode.shallow);
foreach(d; dFiles){}
}
/++
Convenience wrapper for filtering file names with a glob pattern.
Params:
path = The directory to iterate over.
pattern = String with wildcards, such as $(RED "*.d"). The supported
wildcard strings are described under
$(XREF _path, globMatch).
mode = Whether the directory's sub-directories should be iterated
over depth-first ($(D_PARAM depth)), breadth-first
($(D_PARAM breadth)), or not at all ($(D_PARAM shallow)).
followSymlink = Whether symbolic links which point to directories
should be treated as directories and their contents
iterated over.
Throws:
$(D FileException) if the directory does not exist.
Examples:
--------------------
// Iterate over all D source files in current directory and all its
// subdirectories
auto dFiles = dirEntries(".","*.{d,di}",SpanMode.depth);
foreach(d; dFiles)
writeln(d.name);
--------------------
+/
auto dirEntries(string path, string pattern, SpanMode mode,
bool followSymlink = true)
{
import std.algorithm : filter;
bool f(DirEntry de) { return globMatch(baseName(de.name), pattern); }
return filter!f(DirIterator(path, mode, followSymlink));
}
unittest
{
import std.stdio : writefln;
immutable dpath = deleteme ~ "_dir";
immutable fpath = deleteme ~ "_file";
immutable sdpath = deleteme ~ "_sdir";
immutable sfpath = deleteme ~ "_sfile";
scope(exit)
{
if (dpath.exists) rmdirRecurse(dpath);
if (fpath.exists) remove(fpath);
if (sdpath.exists) remove(sdpath);
if (sfpath.exists) remove(sfpath);
}
mkdir(dpath);
write(fpath, "hello world");
version (Posix)
{
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink((dpath ~ '\0').ptr, (sdpath ~ '\0').ptr);
core.sys.posix.unistd.symlink((fpath ~ '\0').ptr, (sfpath ~ '\0').ptr);
}
static struct Flags { bool dir, file, link; }
auto tests = [dpath : Flags(true), fpath : Flags(false, true)];
version (Posix)
{
tests[sdpath] = Flags(true, false, true);
tests[sfpath] = Flags(false, true, true);
}
auto past = Clock.currTime() - 2.seconds;
auto future = past + 4.seconds;
foreach (path, flags; tests)
{
auto de = DirEntry(path);
assert(de.name == path);
assert(de.isDir == flags.dir);
assert(de.isFile == flags.file);
assert(de.isSymlink == flags.link);
assert(de.isDir == path.isDir);
assert(de.isFile == path.isFile);
assert(de.isSymlink == path.isSymlink);
assert(de.size == path.getSize());
assert(de.attributes == getAttributes(path));
assert(de.linkAttributes == getLinkAttributes(path));
scope(failure) writefln("[%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]", past, de.timeLastAccessed, de.timeLastModified, future);
assert(de.timeLastAccessed > past);
assert(de.timeLastAccessed < future);
assert(de.timeLastModified > past);
assert(de.timeLastModified < future);
assert(attrIsDir(de.attributes) == flags.dir);
assert(attrIsDir(de.linkAttributes) == (flags.dir && !flags.link));
assert(attrIsFile(de.attributes) == flags.file);
assert(attrIsFile(de.linkAttributes) == (flags.file && !flags.link));
assert(!attrIsSymlink(de.attributes));
assert(attrIsSymlink(de.linkAttributes) == flags.link);
version(Windows)
{
assert(de.timeCreated > past);
assert(de.timeCreated < future);
}
else version(Posix)
{
assert(de.timeStatusChanged > past);
assert(de.timeStatusChanged < future);
assert(de.attributes == de.statBuf.st_mode);
}
}
}
/**
Reads an entire file into an array.
Example:
----
// Load file; each line is an int followed by comma, whitespace and a
// double.
auto a = slurp!(int, double)("filename", "%s, %s");
----
*/
Select!(Types.length == 1, Types[0][], Tuple!(Types)[])
slurp(Types...)(string filename, in char[] format)
{
import std.stdio : File;
import std.format : formattedRead;
import std.array : appender;
typeof(return) result;
auto app = appender!(typeof(return))();
ElementType!(typeof(return)) toAdd;
auto f = File(filename);
scope(exit) f.close();
foreach (line; f.byLine())
{
formattedRead(line, format, &toAdd);
enforce(line.empty,
text("Trailing characters at the end of line: `", line,
"'"));
app.put(toAdd);
}
return app.data;
}
unittest
{
// Tuple!(int, double)[] x;
// auto app = appender(&x);
write(deleteme, "12 12.25\n345 1.125");
scope(exit) { assert(exists(deleteme)); remove(deleteme); }
auto a = slurp!(int, double)(deleteme, "%s %s");
assert(a.length == 2);
assert(a[0] == tuple(12, 12.25));
assert(a[1] == tuple(345, 1.125));
}
/**
Returns the path to a directory for temporary files.
On Windows, this function returns the result of calling the Windows API function
$(LINK2 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364992.aspx, $(D GetTempPath)).
On POSIX platforms, it searches through the following list of directories
and returns the first one which is found to exist:
$(OL
$(LI The directory given by the $(D TMPDIR) environment variable.)
$(LI The directory given by the $(D TEMP) environment variable.)
$(LI The directory given by the $(D TMP) environment variable.)
$(LI $(D /tmp))
$(LI $(D /var/tmp))
$(LI $(D /usr/tmp))
)
On all platforms, $(D tempDir) returns $(D ".") on failure, representing
the current working directory.
The return value of the function is cached, so the procedures described
above will only be performed the first time the function is called. All
subsequent runs will return the same string, regardless of whether
environment variables and directory structures have changed in the
meantime.
The POSIX $(D tempDir) algorithm is inspired by Python's
$(LINK2 http://docs.python.org/library/tempfile.html#tempfile.tempdir, $(D tempfile.tempdir)).
*/
string tempDir() @trusted
{
static string cache;
if (cache is null)
{
version(Windows)
{
import std.utf : toUTF8;
// http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364992(v=vs.85).aspx
wchar[MAX_PATH + 2] buf;
DWORD len = GetTempPathW(buf.length, buf.ptr);
if (len) cache = toUTF8(buf[0 .. len]);
}
else version(Posix)
{
import std.process : environment;
// This function looks through the list of alternative directories
// and returns the first one which exists and is a directory.
static string findExistingDir(T...)(lazy T alternatives)
{
foreach (dir; alternatives)
if (!dir.empty && exists(dir)) return dir;
return null;
}
cache = findExistingDir(environment.get("TMPDIR"),
environment.get("TEMP"),
environment.get("TMP"),
"/tmp",
"/var/tmp",
"/usr/tmp");
}
else static assert (false, "Unsupported platform");
if (cache is null) cache = getcwd();
}
return cache;
}
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