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riksoft at gmail dot com ¶. 5 years ago. Just a note for those who face problems on names containing spaces (e.g. "test maroc-evasion.info"). In the examples (99% of the. I spent a lot of hours tweaking numbers in my PDF source, trying to nudge Now my PDF code looks more like: default: return paperwidth($name)*sqrt(2);. The manpage says: ``unlink - delete a name and possibly the file it refers to''. Most of the time a file has just one name -- removing it will also remove (free.
Maybe all of you still know this, but it seems that if the directory contains some unresolved symlink, glob simply ignore those files.
For example, this will make it fail: As a response to a post by viajy at yoyo dot org on Feb A simple function that find all files by extension an return it by an array. Here is simple function that will find and remove all files except ".
You can do a recursive file search with yield. For those who need to recursively search a directory tree and cannot or wish not to call a function within itself here is another suggestion. There are two variations on the same theme. Single Array. To pick one of the file randomly from your directory with full physical path, you can write something like this: This is unfortunate as a seemingly innocuous change causes different functionality that breaks code like: See this link if you have any questions as to why this is so: The example on this page will generate a warning if the glob function does not find any filenames that match the pattern.
The glob function result will only be an array if it finds some files and the foreach statement requires its argument to be an array.
By checking for the possibility that the result of the glob function may not be an array you can eliminate the warning. Here's a better example: Here is a function that returns specific files in an array, with all of the details. Includes some basic garbage checking. First off, it's nice to see all of the different takes on this.
Thanks for all of the great examples. Fascinated by the foreach usage I was curious how it might work with a for loop. I found that glob was well suited for this, especially compared to opendir.
The for loop is always efficient when you want to protect against a potential endless loop. Also you can tweak it for searches with something like this A solution if you want to avoid getting drive letters into your code is to chdir first, then just look for the file.
You may also want to set the locale before, so it is used when building the pattern. PDF See http: A couple of notes: This is good to use so warnings or errors show as ".. Watch the flags must not be strings. They are defined constants. Thus, glob ".. This is a simple and versatile function that returns an array tree of files, matching wildcards: I have a scenario where there can be a thousand or more files to check for where I can't pattern match and need to check specific names.
I was hoping to batch them in large groups to see if it would help performance. If you want to use wildcard expressions like they are used by glob to search on strings, you can use this function: I've written a function that I've been using quite a lot over the past year or so. I've built whole websites and their file based CMSs based on this one function, mostly because I think databases are not as portable as groups of files and folders.
In previous versions, I used opendir and readdir to get contents, but now I can do in one line what used to take several. This function returns an array containing the names of the files inside any given folder, excluding files that start with a '.
This array is sorted using the 'natural alphabetical' sorting manner. If no input is given to the function, it lists items in the script's interpreted folder.
Version 3 fixes a MAJOR bug in version 2 which corrupted certain arrays with greater than 5 keys and one of the supposedly removed filenames. This was my own fault because I "forgot" that the backslash, when used in strings, needs to be escaped, but well, it can cause a lot of confusion, even for people who are not exactly newbies anymore Then when an error is thrown, the main file will be deleted unlinked and the backup file is returned instead.
Though, I have been breaking my head for about an hour on why I couldn't get my persmissions right to unlink the main file.
Finally I knew what was wrong: So I thought of mentoining this here, to avoid others of making the same mistake: To delete all files of a particular extension, or infact, delete all with wildcard, a much simplar way is to use the glob function. Say I wanted to delete all jpgs To anyone who's had a problem with the permissions denied error, it's sometimes caused when you try to delete a file that's in a folder higher in the hierarchy to your working directory i.
So to work around this problem, you can use chdir to change the working directory to the folder where the file you want to unlink is located.
If you only grant "delete" to the folder that will allow you to delete the container folder itself, but not the objects inside. This might seem obvious, but I was tearing my hair out with this problem - make sure the file you're trying to delete isn't currently being used. I had a script that was parsing a text file and was supposed to delete it after completing, but kept getting a permission denied error because I hadn't explicitly closed the file, hence it was technically still being "used" even though the parsing was complete.
So after trying many methods like: The best way to delete files by mask is as follows: A suggestion for a work-around was submitted by argistof at gmail dot com: Be aware though, this will change the permissions of all files and folders in the diectory. I was doing unlink and fopen on a file and got a permission denied error, even after chmoding the file to The folder that contains the file must ALSO have write permission.
Took a headache to find this out. Hope this helps someone: To unlink, the web server user must have write permissions to the directory. Conversely, if a user has write permissions to a directory, it may delete files from that directory regardless of who owns them Here you have a function to delete a directory and subdirectories recursively: I know it is obvious, but