Yuji Shimada > Win32-Unicode > Win32::Unicode::File

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NAME ^

Win32::Unicode::File - Unicode string file utility.

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Win32::Unicode::File;

  my $file = "I \x{2665} Perl";

  unlinkW $file or die $!;
  copyW $from, $to or die $!;
  moveW $from, $to or die $!;
  file_type f => $file ? "$file is file" : "$file is not file";
  my $size = file_size $file;
  touchW $new_file;

DESCRIPTION ^

Win32::Unicode::File is Unicode string file utility.

METHODS ^

new([$mode, $file_name])

Crate a new Win32::Unicode::File instance. At the same time you can open the file to create an instance.

  my $fh = Win32::Unicode::File->new;
  my $fh = Win32::Unicode::File->new($mode, $file_name); # create an instance and open the file
open($mode, $file_name)

like CORE::open, but compatibility is not an argument. can not be pipe open.

  $fh->open('<', $file_name) or die $!;

or

  open $fh, '<', $file_name or die $!;

Be useful mode

  <   = r   = rb
  >   = w   = wb
  >>  = a
  +<  = r+
  +>  = w+
  +>> = a+
close()

like CORE::close.

  $fh->close;

or

  close $fh;
read($buff, $len)

Like CORE::read.

  $fh->read(my $buff, $len) or die $!;

or

  read $fh, my $buff, $len;
readline()

Like CORE::readline.

  my $line = $fh->readline;
  my @line = $fh->readline;

or my $line = readline $fh; my @line = <$fh>;

getc()

Like CORE::getc.

  my $char = $fh->getc;

or

  my $char = getc $fh;
print(@str)

Data write to file.

  $fh->print(@str);
  print $fh @str;
printf($format, @str)

Formatted data write to file.

  $fh->printf('[%s]', $str);
  printf $fh '%d', $str;
write(@str)

Data write to file. alias of $fh->print

  $fh->write(@str);
seek($ofset, $whence)

Like CORE::seek.

  $fh->seek(10, 1);

or

  seek $fh, 1024, 2;
tell()

Like CORE::tell.

  my $current = $fh->tell;

or

  my $current = tell $fh;
eof()

Like CORE::eof.

  if ($fh->eof) {
     # ...snip
  }

or

  if (eof $fh) {
     # ...snip
  }
slurp()

Read all data from the file.

  my $data = $fh->slurp;
binmode($layer)
  $fh->binmode(':encoding(cp932)')

or

  binmode $fh, ':raw :utf8';

Currently available now is only the layer below.

  :raw
  :utf8
  :encoding(foo)
flock($operation)

Like CORE::flock

  $fh->flock(2);
unlock()

equals to

  $fh->flock(8);
error()

get error message.

  $fh->error;
flush

flush buffers.

  $fh->flush;
autoflush()

enable or dsabile autoflush.

  $fh->autoflush;    # enable
  $fh->autoflush(0); # disable
  $fh->autoflush(1); # enable
printflush()

write after flush.

  $fh->printflush('foobar');

same as

  $fh->print('foobar') && $fh->flush;
getline()

Like IO::File::getline.

  my $line = $fh->getline;
getlines()

Like IO::File::getlines.

  my @$lines = $fh->getlines;
getpos()

Like IO::File::getpos.

  my $pos = $fh->getpos;
setpos($pos)

Like IO::File::setpos.

  my $pos = $fh->setpos(10);
opened()

Returns true if the object is currentry opened file, false otherwise.

  say $fh->opened ? 1 : 0;

FUNCTIONS ^

unlinkW($file)

Like CORE::unlink.

  unlinkW $file or die $!;
copyW($from, $to)

Like File::Copy::copy.

  copyW $from, $to or die $!;
moveW($from, $to)

Like File::Copy::move.

  moveW $from, $to or die $!;
renameW($from, $to)

Alias of moveW.

touchW($file)

Like shell command touch.

  touchW $file or die $!;
statW($file || $fh || $dir || $dh)

Like CORE::stat.

  my @stat = statW $file or die $!;
  my $stat = statW $file or die $!;

or

  my $fh = Win32::Unicode::File->new(r => $file);
  my @stat = statW $fh or die $!;
  my $stat = statW $fh or die $!;

or

  my @stat = statW $dir or die $!;
  my $stat = statW $dir or die $!;

or

  my $dh = Win32::Unicode::Dir->new->open($dir);
  my @stat = statW $dh or die $!;
  my $stat = statW $dh or die $!;

If the array context, CORE:: stat like. However, scalar context case in hashref received.

utimeW($atime, $mtime, $file || $fh)

Like CORE::utime.

  my $rc = utime($atime, $mtime, $file, $fh);
file_type('attribute', $file_or_dir)

Get windows file type

  # attributes
  f => file
  d => directory
  e => exists
  s => system
  r => readonly
  h => hidden
  a => archive
  n => normal
  t => temporary
  c => compressed
  o => offline
  i => not content indexed
  E => encrypted

  if (file_type d => $file_ro_dir) {
     # snip
  }
  elsif (file_type fr => $file_or_dir) { # file type 'file' and 'readonly'
     # snip
  }
file_size($file)

Get file size. near -s $file

  my $size = file_size $file;
  die $! unless defined $size;
filename_normalize($filename)

Normalize the characters are not allowed in the file name. not export.

  use Win32::Unicode::File qw(filename_normalize);
  my $nomalized_file_name = filename_normalize($filename);

AUTHOR ^

Yuji Shimada <xaicron@cpan.org>

SEE ALSO ^

Win32::Unicode

Win32::Unicode::File

Win32::Unicode::Error

LICENSE ^

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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