--- Legacy Redefined OuSob - File: /wwwroot/clipx/usr/include/wvstreams/wvfileutils.h

/* -*- Mode: C++ -*- * Worldvisions Weaver Software: * Copyright (C) 1997-2002 Net Integration Technologies, Inc. * * Various little file functions... * */ #ifndef __WVFILEUTILS_H #define __WVFILEUTILS_H #include "wvstring.h" #include "wvstringlist.h" /** * Create a directory and any subdirectories required along the way. * (Equivalent to mkdir -p). * * The default permissions on created directories is 0700, but this can be * changed at will. */ bool mkdirp(WvStringParm _dir, int create_mode = 0700); /** * Safely remove an entire filesystem directory hierarchy. * (Equivalent to rm -rf). Just like "rm -rf", it may or may not successfully * delete everything. It's your job to check that afterwards. */ void rm_rf(WvStringParm _dir); /** * Copy from src to dst preserving permissions and time stamp. This does not * preserve ownership, however. * * Two versions of this are provided. One for giving two filenames/paths, and * another for giving two starting directories and a relative path from there. */ bool fcopy(WvStringParm src, WvStringParm dst); bool fcopy(WvStringParm srcdir, WvStringParm dstdir, WvStringParm relname); /** * Check whether two files have the same date/time stamp. This can be used as a * quick check whether files are unchanged / the same, though obviously it * doesn't verify that they are indeed the same file. * * Two versions are provided, one for giving two files, and another for giving * two starting directories and a relative path from there. */ bool samedate(WvStringParm file1, WvStringParm file2); bool samedate(WvStringParm dir1, WvStringParm dir2, WvStringParm relname); /** * Runs fnmatch against everything in the patterns list. We also interpret * .cvsignore-style '!' patterns, which makes us very fancy. */ #ifndef _WIN32 bool wvfnmatch(WvStringList &patterns, WvStringParm name, int flags = 0); #endif /** * Replacement for tmpfile() that works correctly in win32 as well as Unix. */ FILE *wvtmpfile(); /* Returns a unique filename suitable for a temporary file. Obviously there is * the caveat that someone else may claim this file name before you open it: * do not use this routine where that race may be a real concern (this would * apply only to security-sensitive code) */ WvString wvtmpfilename(WvStringParm prefix); /** * Basically our own implementation of the NetBSD lchmod() call. */ #ifndef _WIN32 int wvchmod(const char *path, mode_t mode); #endif /** * A simple helper function to get the current umask. */ mode_t get_umask(); #endif // __WVFILEUTILS_H