Net::FTPServer::DirHandle

Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (3)
Updated: 2019-07-26
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NAME

Net::FTPServer::DirHandle - A Net::FTPServer directory handle.  

SYNOPSIS

  use Net::FTPServer::DirHandle;

 

METHODS

$dirh = new Net::FTPServer::DirHandle ($ftps);
Create a new directory handle. The directory handle corresponds to ``/''.
$dirh = $dirh->parent;
Return the parent directory of the directory $dirh. If the directory is already ``/'', this returns the same directory handle.
$rv = $dirh->is_root;
Return true if the current directory is the root directory.
$handle = $dirh->get ($filename);
Return the file or directory $handle corresponding to the file $filename in directory $dirh. If there is no file or subdirectory of that name, then this returns undef.
$ref = $dirh->list ([$wildcard]);
Return a list of the contents of directory $dirh. The list returned is a reference to an array of pairs:

  [ $filename, $handle ]

The list returned does not include ``.'' or ``..''.

The list is sorted into alphabetical order automatically.

$ref = $dirh->_list_status ([$wildcard]);
Just a dumb wrapper function. Returns the same thing as list_status(), but also includes the special directories ``.'' and ``..'' if no wildcard is specified.
$ref = $dirh->list_status ([$wildcard]);
Return a list of the contents of directory $dirh and status information. The list returned is a reference to an array of triplets:

  [ $filename, $handle, $statusref ]

where $statusref is the tuple returned from the "status" method (see Net::FTPServer::Handle).

The list returned does not include ``.'' or ``..''.

The list is sorted into alphabetical order automatically.

$rv = $dirh->delete;
Delete the current directory. If the delete command was successful, then return 0, else if there was an error return -1.

It is normally only possible to delete a directory if it is empty.

$rv = $dirh->mkdir ($name);
Create a subdirectory called $name within the current directory $dirh.
$file = $dirh->open ($filename, "r"|"w"|"a");
Open or create a file called $filename in the current directory, opening it for either read, write or append. This function returns a "IO::File" handle object.
 

AUTHORS

Richard Jones (rich@annexia.org).  

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2000 Biblio@Tech Ltd., Unit 2-3, 50 Carnwath Road, London, SW6 3EG, UK  

SEE ALSO

Net::FTPServer(3), perl(1)


 

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