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- pathname? OBJprocedure
Does not verify existence of the file, just whether the pathname has a directory and/or file component.
- check-pathname LOCATION OBJECT #!optional ARGNAMprocedure
- error-pathname LOCATION OBJECT #!optional ARGNAMprocedure
- filename? OBJprocedure
Does not verify existence of the file, just whether it has a directory component.
- check-filename LOCATION OBJECT #!optional ARGNAMprocedure
- error-filename LOCATION OBJECT #!optional ARGNAMprocedure
- dot-filename? PATHNAMEprocedure
Does the OBJECT name a file with a dot-name?
Does not verify existence of the file!
- dot-pathname? PATHNAMEprocedure
Is any directory in the PATHNAME a dot-filename?
Does not verify existence of the file!
- check-directory LOCATION OBJECT #!optional ARGNAMprocedure
Does the OBJECT name an existing directory>
- (directory-fold FUNCTION IDENTITY DIRECTORY [#:dotfiles? DOTFILES?]) -> *procedure
Invokes FUNCTION on each filename in the DIRECTORY and the recursive value from IDENTITY. Returns the final value.
- (filename * -> *).
- boolean ; include files with a "." prefix ; Default #f.
Note that only the filename is passed and not the complete pathname. The "." and ".." filenames are not supplied no matter the DOTFILES? setting.
On a Windows platform hidden files have a hidden attribute so this routine is rather *nix centric.
- create-pathname-directory PATHNAMEprocedure
Ensures the directory component of PATHNAME exist.
Like the *nix `"mkdir -p `dirname PATHNAME`" command.
- make-program-filename COMMANDprocedure
Returns the platform specific form of an executable command filename.
On Windows the "exe" extension is added unless an extension is already present. Does nothing otherwise.
- make-shell-filename COMMANDprocedure
Returns the platform specific form of a shell command filename.
On Windows the "bat" extension is added unless an extension is already present. Otherwise conditionally adds the "sh" extension.
- (file-exists-in-directory? FILENAME [DIRECTORY ...]) -> (or #f pathname)procedure
Returns the pathname when FILENAME exists in the DIRECTORY ..., otherwise #f.
DIRECTORY ... as make-pathname.
When only the FILENAME argument supplied then the same as file-exists?.
- (find-file-pathnames FILENAME [DIRECTORY | DIRECTORY-LIST] ...) -> (or #f (list-of pathname))procedure
Returns a list of all pathnames found for FILENAME in the supplied directory/directories, or #f when not found.
The list of pathnames is in the same relative order as that of the directory parameter(s).
- (find-program-pathnames COMMAND-NAME [DIRECTORY | DIRECTORY-LIST] ...) -> (or #f (list-of pathname))procedure
Returns a list of all pathnames found for COMMAND-NAME in the supplied directory/directories, or #f when not found.
Uses make-program-filename to make a filename.
On Windows also uses make-shell-filename to make a filename.
Does not ensure that the file is executable!
- which-command-pathnames COMMAND-NAME #!optional ENVIRONMENT-VARIABLEprocedure
Returns the pathnames of COMMAND-NAME in the ENVIRONMENT-VARIABLE where the file exists, or #f when nothing found.
The default ENVIRONMENT-VARIABLE is "PATH".
Uses the platform specific "PATH" environment variable element separator - a Windows #\;, and a *nix #\:.
- which-command-pathname COMMAND-NAME #!optional ENVIRONMENT-VARIABLEprocedure
Same as which-command-pathnames but returns the first pathname only.
Like the *nix `which COMMAND-NAME` command.
- remove-dotfiles FILESprocedure
Remove dot files from a directory list. Useful with glob.
- directory-utility-stack #!optional STACKparameter
Which stack to use for directory stack operations.
stack is from stack.
- push-directory DIRECTORYprocedure
Push the current directory and change to the string DIRECTORY.
Pop the last directory and change to it.
Pop the earliest directory and change to it.
- Fix dependency.
- Add types.
- fix test.
- More tests.
- Deprecated create-directory/parents.
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