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fileutils.h

// -*- c++ -*-
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#ifndef _GLIBMM_FILEUTILS_H
#define _GLIBMM_FILEUTILS_H


/* $Id: fileutils.h 4 2005-05-13 20:47:18Z taybin $ */

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#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
extern "C" { typedef struct _GDir GDir; }
#endif

#include <iterator>
#include <string>

#include <glibmmconfig.h>
#include <glibmm/error.h>

GLIBMM_USING_STD(input_iterator_tag)
GLIBMM_USING_STD(string)


namespace Glib
{

/** @addtogroup glibmmEnums Enums and Flags */

/**
 * @ingroup glibmmEnums
 * @par Bitwise operators:
 * <tt>%FileTest operator|(FileTest, FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest operator&(FileTest, FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest operator^(FileTest, FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest operator~(FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest& operator|=(FileTest&, FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest& operator&=(FileTest&, FileTest)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%FileTest& operator^=(FileTest&, FileTest)</tt><br>
 */
00057 enum FileTest
{
  FILE_TEST_IS_REGULAR = 1 << 0,
  FILE_TEST_IS_SYMLINK = 1 << 1,
  FILE_TEST_IS_DIR = 1 << 2,
  FILE_TEST_IS_EXECUTABLE = 1 << 3,
  FILE_TEST_EXISTS = 1 << 4
};

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00067 inline FileTest operator|(FileTest lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) | static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00071 inline FileTest operator&(FileTest lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) & static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00075 inline FileTest operator^(FileTest lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) ^ static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00079 inline FileTest operator~(FileTest flags)
  { return static_cast<FileTest>(~static_cast<unsigned>(flags)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00083 inline FileTest& operator|=(FileTest& lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) | static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00087 inline FileTest& operator&=(FileTest& lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) & static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00091 inline FileTest& operator^=(FileTest& lhs, FileTest rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<FileTest>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) ^ static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }


/** @defgroup FileUtils File Utilities
 * Various file-related classes and functions.
 */

/** Exception class for file-related errors.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 */
00102 class FileError : public Glib::Error
{
public:
00105   enum Code
  {
00107     EXISTS,
00108     IS_DIRECTORY,
00109     ACCESS_DENIED,
00110     NAME_TOO_LONG,
00111     NO_SUCH_ENTITY,
00112     NOT_DIRECTORY,
00113     NO_SUCH_DEVICE,
00114     NOT_DEVICE,
00115     READONLY_FILESYSTEM,
00116     TEXT_FILE_BUSY,
00117     FAULTY_ADDRESS,
00118     SYMLINK_LOOP,
00119     NO_SPACE_LEFT,
00120     NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY,
00121     TOO_MANY_OPEN_FILES,
00122     FILE_TABLE_OVERFLOW,
00123     BAD_FILE_DESCRIPTOR,
00124     INVALID_ARGUMENT,
00125     BROKEN_PIPE,
00126     TRYAGAIN,
00127     INTERRUPTED,
00128     IO_ERROR,
00129     NOT_OWNER,
    NOSYS,
00131     FAILED
  };

  FileError(Code error_code, const Glib::ustring& error_message);
  explicit FileError(GError* gobject);
  Code code() const;

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
private:
  static void throw_func(GError* gobject);
  friend void wrap_init(); // uses throw_func()
#endif
};


/** @enum FileError::Code
 * Values corresponding to <tt>errno</tt> codes returned from file operations
 * on UNIX.
 * Unlike <tt>errno</tt> codes, FileError::Code values are available on all
 * systems, even Windows. The exact meaning of each code depends on what sort
 * of file operation you were performing; the UNIX documentation gives more
 * details.  The following error code descriptions come from the GNU C Library
 * manual, and are under the copyright of that manual.
 *
 * It's not very portable to make detailed assumptions about exactly which
 * errors will be returned from a given operation. Some errors don't occur on
 * some systems, etc., sometimes there are subtle differences in when a system
 * will report a given error, etc.
 */

/** @var FileError::Code FileError::EXISTS
 * <tt>(EEXIST)</tt> Operation not permitted; only the owner of the file (or
 * other resource) or processes with special privileges can perform the operation.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::IS_DIRECTORY
 * <tt>(EISDIR)</tt> File is a directory; you cannot open a directory for writing,
 * or create or remove hard links to it.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::ACCESS_DENIED
 * <tt>(EACCES)</tt> Permission denied; the file permissions do not allow the
 * attempted operation.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NAME_TOO_LONG
 * <tt>(ENAMETOOLONG)</tt> Filename too long.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NO_SUCH_ENTITY
 * <tt>(ENOENT)</tt> No such file or directory.  This is a "file doesn't exist"
 * error for ordinary files that are referenced in contexts where they are expected
 * to already exist.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NOT_DIRECTORY
 * <tt>(ENOTDIR)</tt> A file that isn't a directory was specified when a directory
 * is required.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NO_SUCH_DEVICE
 * <tt>(ENXIO)</tt> No such device or address.  The system tried to use the device
 * represented by a file you specified, and it couldn't find the device. This can
 * mean that the device file was installed incorrectly, or that the physical device
 * is missing or not correctly attached to the computer.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NOT_DEVICE
 * <tt>(ENODEV)</tt> This file is of a type that doesn't support mapping.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::READONLY_FILESYSTEM
 * <tt>(EROFS)</tt> The directory containing the new link can't be modified
 * because it's on a read-only file system.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::TEXT_FILE_BUSY
 * <tt>(ETXTBSY)</tt> Text file busy.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::FAULTY_ADDRESS
 * <tt>(EFAULT)</tt> You passed in a pointer to bad memory.  (Glib won't
 * reliably return this, don't pass in pointers to bad memory.)
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::SYMLINK_LOOP
 * <tt>(ELOOP)</tt> Too many levels of symbolic links were encountered in
 * looking up a file name.  This often indicates a cycle of symbolic links.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NO_SPACE_LEFT
 * <tt>(ENOSPC)</tt> No space left on device; write operation on a file failed
 * because the disk is full.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY
 * <tt>(ENOMEM)</tt> No memory available.  The system cannot allocate more
 * virtual memory because its capacity is full.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::TOO_MANY_OPEN_FILES
 * <tt>(EMFILE)</tt> The current process has too many files open and can't
 * open any more.  Duplicate descriptors do count toward this limit.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::FILE_TABLE_OVERFLOW
 * <tt>(ENFILE)</tt> There are too many distinct file openings in the
 * entire system.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::BAD_FILE_DESCRIPTOR
 * <tt>(EBADF)</tt> Bad file descriptor; for example, I/O on a descriptor
 * that has been closed or reading from a descriptor open only for writing
 * (or vice versa).
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::INVALID_ARGUMENT
 * <tt>(EINVAL)</tt> Invalid argument. This is used to indicate various kinds
 * of problems with passing the wrong argument to a library function.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::BROKEN_PIPE
 * <tt>(EPIPE)</tt> Broken pipe; there is no process reading from the other
 * end of a pipe.  Every library function that returns this error code also
 * generates a <tt>SIGPIPE</tt> signal; this signal terminates the program
 * if not handled or blocked.  Thus, your program will never actually see
 * this code unless it has handled or blocked <tt>SIGPIPE</tt>.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::TRYAGAIN
 * <tt>(EAGAIN)</tt> Resource temporarily unavailable; the call might work
 * if you try again later.
 * We used TRYAGAIN instead of TRY_AGAIN, because that is a defined as a macro by a Unix header.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::INTERRUPTED
 * <tt>(EINTR)</tt> Interrupted function call; an asynchronous signal occurred
 * and prevented completion of the call.  When this happens, you should try
 * the call again.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::IO_ERROR
 * <tt>(EIO)</tt> Input/output error; usually used for physical read or write
 * errors.  I.e. the disk or other physical device hardware is returning errors.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::NOT_OWNER
 * <tt>(EPERM)</tt> Operation not permitted; only the owner of the file (or other
 * resource) or processes with special privileges can perform the operation.
 * <br><br>
 */
/** @var FileError::Code FileError::FAILED
 * Does not correspond to a UNIX error code; this is the standard "failed for
 * unspecified reason" error code present in all Glib::Error error code
 * enumerations.  Returned if no specific code applies.
 */

class Dir;

/** The iterator type of Glib::Dir.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 */
00293 class DirIterator
{
public:
  typedef std::input_iterator_tag   iterator_category;
  typedef std::string               value_type;
  typedef int                       difference_type;
  typedef value_type                reference;
  typedef void                      pointer;

  DirIterator();

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
  DirIterator(GDir* gobject, const char* current);
#endif

  std::string  operator*() const;
  DirIterator& operator++();

  /** @note DirIterator has input iterator semantics, which means real
   * postfix increment is impossible. The return type is @c void to
   * prevent surprising behaviour.
   */
  void operator++(int);

  bool operator==(const DirIterator& rhs) const;
  bool operator!=(const DirIterator& rhs) const;

private:
  GDir*       gobject_;
  const char* current_;
};


/** Utility class representing an open directory.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * It's highly recommended to use the iterator interface.  With iterators,
 * reading an entire directory into a STL container is really easy:
 * @code
 * Glib::Dir dir (directory_path);
 * std::list<std::string> entries (dir.begin(), dir.end());
 * @endcode
 * @note The encoding of the directory entries isn't necessarily UTF-8.
 * Use Glib::filename_to_utf8() if you need to display them.
 */
00337 class Dir
{
public:
  typedef DirIterator iterator;
  typedef DirIterator const_iterator;

  /** Opens a directory for reading. The names of the files in the
   * directory can then be retrieved using read_name().
   * @param path The path to the directory you are interested in.
   * @throw Glib::FileError
   */
  explicit Dir(const std::string& path);

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
  explicit Dir(GDir* gobject);
#endif

  /** Closes the directory and deallocates all related resources.
   */
  ~Dir();

  /** Retrieves the name of the next entry in the directory.
   * The <tt>'.'</tt> and <tt>'..'</tt> entries are omitted.
   * @return The entry's name or <tt>""</tt> if there are no more entries.
   * @see begin(), end()
   */
  std::string read_name();

  /** Resets the directory.  The next call to
   * read_name() will return the first entry again.
   */
  void rewind();

  /** Closes the directory and deallocates all related resources.
   * Note that close() is implicitely called by ~Dir().  Thus you don't
   * need to call close() yourself unless you want to close the directory
   * before the destructor runs.
   */
  void close();

  /** Get the begin of an input iterator sequence.
   * @return An input iterator pointing to the first directory entry.
   */
  DirIterator begin();

  /** Get the end of an input iterator sequence.
   * @return An input iterator pointing behind the last directory entry.
   */
  DirIterator end();

private:
  GDir* gobject_;

  // noncopyable
  Dir(const Dir&);
  Dir& operator=(const Dir&);
};


/** Returns @c true if any of the tests in the bitfield @a test are true.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * For example, <tt>(Glib::FILE_TEST_EXISTS | Glib::FILE_TEST_IS_DIR)</tt> will
 * return @c true if the file exists; the check whether it's a directory
 * doesn't matter since the existence test is true. With the current set of
 * available tests, there's no point passing in more than one test at a time.
 *
 * Apart from <tt>Glib::FILE_TEST_IS_SYMLINK</tt> all tests follow symbolic
 * links, so for a symbolic link to a regular file file_test() will return
 * @c true for both <tt>Glib::FILE_TEST_IS_SYMLINK</tt> and
 * <tt>Glib::FILE_TEST_IS_REGULAR</tt>.
 *
 * @note For a dangling symbolic link file_test() will return @c true for
 * <tt>Glib::FILE_TEST_IS_SYMLINK</tt> and @c false for all other flags.
 *
 * @param filename A filename to test.
 * @param test Bitfield of Glib::FileTest flags.
 * @return Whether a test was true.
 */
bool file_test(const std::string& filename, FileTest test);

/** Opens a temporary file.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * See the %mkstemp() documentation on most UNIX-like systems. This is a
 * portability wrapper, which simply calls %mkstemp() on systems that have
 * it, and implements it in GLib otherwise.
 * @param filename_template A string that should match the rules for
 *   %mkstemp(), i.e. end in <tt>"XXXXXX"</tt>. The <tt>X</tt> string
 *   will be modified to form the name of a file that didn't exist.
 * @return A file handle (as from open()) to the file opened for reading
 *   and writing. The file is opened in binary mode on platforms where there
 *   is a difference. The file handle should be closed with close(). In
 *   case of errors, <tt>-1</tt> is returned.
 */
int mkstemp(std::string& filename_template);

/** Opens a file for writing in the preferred directory for temporary files
 * (as returned by Glib::get_tmp_dir()).
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * @a prefix should a basename template; it'll be suffixed by 6 characters
 * in order to form a unique filename.  No directory components are allowed.
 *
 * The actual name used is returned in @a name_used.
 *
 * @param prefix Template for file name, basename only.
 * @retval name_used The actual name used.
 * @return A file handle (as from <tt>open()</tt>) to the file opened for reading
 * and writing. The file is opened in binary mode on platforms where there is a
 * difference. The file handle should be closed with <tt>close()</tt>.
 * @throw Glib::FileError
 */
int file_open_tmp(std::string& name_used, const std::string& prefix);

/** Opens a file for writing in the preferred directory for temporary files
 * (as returned by Glib::get_tmp_dir()).
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * This function works like file_open_tmp(std::string&, const std::string&)
 * but uses a default basename prefix.
 *
 * @retval name_used The actual name used.
 * @return A file handle (as from <tt>open()</tt>) to the file opened for reading
 * and writing. The file is opened in binary mode on platforms where there is a
 * difference. The file handle should be closed with <tt>close()</tt>.
 * @throw Glib::FileError
 */
int file_open_tmp(std::string& name_used);

/** Reads an entire file into a string, with good error checking.
 * @ingroup FileUtils
 * @param filename A file to read contents from.
 * @return The file contents.
 * @throw Glib::FileError
 */
std::string file_get_contents(const std::string& filename);

} // namespace Glib


#endif /* _GLIBMM_FILEUTILS_H */


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