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Tracking issue for std::fs extensions (RFC #1044) #24796

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commented Apr 24, 2015

alexcrichton added a commit to alexcrichton/rust that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2015

std: Implement fs::DirBuilder
This is the last remaining portion of rust-lang#24796

alexcrichton added a commit to alexcrichton/rust that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2015

std: Implement fs::DirBuilder
This is the last remaining portion of rust-lang#24796

bors added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2015

Auto merge of #24711 - alexcrichton:fs2.1, r=aturon
This commit is an implementation of [RFC 1044][rfc] which adds additional
surface area to the `std::fs` module. All new APIs are `#[unstable]` behind
assorted feature names for each one.

[rfc]: rust-lang/rfcs#1044

The new APIs added are:

* `fs::canonicalize` - bindings to `realpath` on unix and
  `GetFinalPathNameByHandle` on windows.
* `fs::symlink_metadata` - similar to `lstat` on unix
* `fs::FileType` and accessor methods as `is_{file,dir,symlink}`
* `fs::Metadata::file_type` - accessor for the raw file type
* `fs::DirEntry::metadata` - acquisition of metadata which is free on Windows
  but requires a syscall on unix.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_type` - access the file type which may not require a
  syscall on most platforms.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_name` - access just the file name without leading
  components.
* `fs::PathExt::symlink_metadata` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::canonicalize` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_link` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_dir` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `std::os::raw` - type definitions for raw OS/C types available on all
  platforms.
* `std::os::$platform` - new modules have been added for all currently supported
  platforms (e.g. those more specific than just `unix`).
* `std::os::$platform::raw` - platform-specific type definitions. These modules
  are populated with the bare essentials necessary for lowing I/O types into
  their raw representations, and currently largely consist of the `stat`
  definition for unix platforms.

This commit also deprecates `Metadata::{modified, accessed}` in favor of
inspecting the raw representations via the lowering methods of `Metadata`.

Closes #24796

alexcrichton added a commit to alexcrichton/rust that referenced this issue Apr 29, 2015

std: Implement fs::DirBuilder
This is the last remaining portion of rust-lang#24796

bors added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 29, 2015

Auto merge of #24711 - alexcrichton:fs2.1, r=alexcrichton
This commit is an implementation of [RFC 1044][rfc] which adds additional
surface area to the `std::fs` module. All new APIs are `#[unstable]` behind
assorted feature names for each one.

[rfc]: rust-lang/rfcs#1044

The new APIs added are:

* `fs::canonicalize` - bindings to `realpath` on unix and
  `GetFinalPathNameByHandle` on windows.
* `fs::symlink_metadata` - similar to `lstat` on unix
* `fs::FileType` and accessor methods as `is_{file,dir,symlink}`
* `fs::Metadata::file_type` - accessor for the raw file type
* `fs::DirEntry::metadata` - acquisition of metadata which is free on Windows
  but requires a syscall on unix.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_type` - access the file type which may not require a
  syscall on most platforms.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_name` - access just the file name without leading
  components.
* `fs::PathExt::symlink_metadata` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::canonicalize` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_link` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_dir` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `std::os::raw` - type definitions for raw OS/C types available on all
  platforms.
* `std::os::$platform` - new modules have been added for all currently supported
  platforms (e.g. those more specific than just `unix`).
* `std::os::$platform::raw` - platform-specific type definitions. These modules
  are populated with the bare essentials necessary for lowing I/O types into
  their raw representations, and currently largely consist of the `stat`
  definition for unix platforms.

This commit also deprecates `Metadata::{modified, accessed}` in favor of
inspecting the raw representations via the lowering methods of `Metadata`.

Closes #24796

bors added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 29, 2015

Auto merge of #24711 - alexcrichton:fs2.1, r=alexcrichton
This commit is an implementation of [RFC 1044][rfc] which adds additional
surface area to the `std::fs` module. All new APIs are `#[unstable]` behind
assorted feature names for each one.

[rfc]: rust-lang/rfcs#1044

The new APIs added are:

* `fs::canonicalize` - bindings to `realpath` on unix and
  `GetFinalPathNameByHandle` on windows.
* `fs::symlink_metadata` - similar to `lstat` on unix
* `fs::FileType` and accessor methods as `is_{file,dir,symlink}`
* `fs::Metadata::file_type` - accessor for the raw file type
* `fs::DirEntry::metadata` - acquisition of metadata which is free on Windows
  but requires a syscall on unix.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_type` - access the file type which may not require a
  syscall on most platforms.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_name` - access just the file name without leading
  components.
* `fs::PathExt::symlink_metadata` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::canonicalize` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_link` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_dir` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `std::os::raw` - type definitions for raw OS/C types available on all
  platforms.
* `std::os::$platform` - new modules have been added for all currently supported
  platforms (e.g. those more specific than just `unix`).
* `std::os::$platform::raw` - platform-specific type definitions. These modules
  are populated with the bare essentials necessary for lowing I/O types into
  their raw representations, and currently largely consist of the `stat`
  definition for unix platforms.

This commit also deprecates `Metadata::{modified, accessed}` in favor of
inspecting the raw representations via the lowering methods of `Metadata`.

Closes #24796

alexcrichton added a commit to alexcrichton/rust that referenced this issue Apr 29, 2015

rollup merge of rust-lang#24711: alexcrichton/fs2.1
This commit is an implementation of [RFC 1044][rfc] which adds additional
surface area to the `std::fs` module. All new APIs are `#[unstable]` behind
assorted feature names for each one.

[rfc]: rust-lang/rfcs#1044

The new APIs added are:

* `fs::canonicalize` - bindings to `realpath` on unix and
  `GetFinalPathNameByHandle` on windows.
* `fs::symlink_metadata` - similar to `lstat` on unix
* `fs::FileType` and accessor methods as `is_{file,dir,symlink}`
* `fs::Metadata::file_type` - accessor for the raw file type
* `fs::DirEntry::metadata` - acquisition of metadata which is free on Windows
  but requires a syscall on unix.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_type` - access the file type which may not require a
  syscall on most platforms.
* `fs::DirEntry::file_name` - access just the file name without leading
  components.
* `fs::PathExt::symlink_metadata` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::canonicalize` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_link` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `fs::PathExt::read_dir` - convenience method for the top-level
  function.
* `std::os::raw` - type definitions for raw OS/C types available on all
  platforms.
* `std::os::$platform` - new modules have been added for all currently supported
  platforms (e.g. those more specific than just `unix`).
* `std::os::$platform::raw` - platform-specific type definitions. These modules
  are populated with the bare essentials necessary for lowing I/O types into
  their raw representations, and currently largely consist of the `stat`
  definition for unix platforms.

This commit also deprecates `Metadata::{modified, accessed}` in favor of
inspecting the raw representations via the lowering methods of `Metadata`.

Closes rust-lang#24796

@bors bors closed this in #24711 Apr 30, 2015

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