kappa/filesystem

Easy system for work with files and directories

v4.2.0 2014-05-25 21:44 UTC

README

Easy system for work with files and directories

Requirements:

Installation

The best way to install Kappa/FileSystem is using Composer:

$ composer require kappa/filesystem:@dev

Usages

Create a new file or directory:

$file = File::create('path/to/file.txt', 'Hello wolrd!') // Create a new file with Hello world! text
$directory  = Directory::create('path/to/directory') // Create a new directory

Opening files and directories:

$file = File::open('path/to/file'); // Open file
$dorectory = Directory::open('path/to/file'); // Open directory

Upload files via FileUpload:

// $fileUpload is instance of FileUpload from forms example...
$file = File::upload($fileUpload, 'path/to/save/file');

Load file from Nette\Utils\Image

$image = Image::fromFile('image.png');
$image->resize(10,10);
$file = File::fromImage($image, 'newImage.png');

Create a new image 'newImage' with dimensions 10x10 px and return instance of File

If you can work with same image without creating new file use original file name as second parameter

File API:

  • read() - Returns file content
  • overwrite(content) - Overwrite file content (content can be null for clear file)
  • clear() - Clear file content (same as overwrite(null))
  • append(content, newLine = true) - Append text to end file
  • getInfo() - Returns SplFileInfo
  • toImage() - Returns Nette\Utils\Image

Directory API:

  • getInfo() - Returns SplFileInfo
  • getDirectories() - Returns directories in directory as array path => Directory
  • getFiles() - Returns files in directory as array path => File
  • getContent() - Returns directories and files in directory as array path => Directory|File

FileSystem API:

  • remove(source) - Remove file or directory, source must be instance of File or Directory
  • rename(source, new name, overwrite) - Renamed file or directory. source must be instance of File or Directory and return new instance of object
  • copy(source, target, overwrite) - Copy source to target, source must be instance of File or Directory, target can be string or instance of Directory. Return instance of copy file;
  • move(source, target, overwrite) - Same as copy() but remove source after copy

Examples:

$file = File::create('file.txt');
$file = FileSystem::rename($file, 'superFile.txt');
$file->getInfo()->getBasename(); // Return superFile.txt