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paths.c File Reference
#include <grass/config.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <pwd.h>
#include <grass/gis.h>
#include <grass/glocale.h>
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Functions

int G_mkdir (const char *path)
 Creates a new directory. More...
 
int G_is_dirsep (char c)
 Checks if a specified character is a valid directory separator character on the host system. More...
 
int G_is_absolute_path (const char *path)
 Checks if a specified path looks like an absolute path on the host system. More...
 
char * G_convert_dirseps_to_host (char *path)
 Converts directory separator characters in a string to the native host separator character (/ on Unix, \ on Windows) More...
 
char * G_convert_dirseps_from_host (char *path)
 Converts directory separator characters in a string from the native host character to the GRASS separator character (/) More...
 
int G_stat (const char *file_name, struct stat *buf)
 Get file status. More...
 
int G_lstat (const char *file_name, struct stat *buf)
 Get file status. More...
 
int G_owner (const char *path)
 Get owner id of path. More...
 

Function Documentation

char* G_convert_dirseps_from_host ( char *  path)

Converts directory separator characters in a string from the native host character to the GRASS separator character (/)

Parameters
pathString to be converted
Returns
Pointer to the string

Definition at line 105 of file paths.c.

References GRASS_DIRSEP, and HOST_DIRSEP.

char* G_convert_dirseps_to_host ( char *  path)

Converts directory separator characters in a string to the native host separator character (/ on Unix, \ on Windows)

Parameters
pathString to be converted
Returns
Pointer to the string

Definition at line 83 of file paths.c.

References GRASS_DIRSEP, and HOST_DIRSEP.

Referenced by db_read_dbmscap().

int G_is_absolute_path ( const char *  path)

Checks if a specified path looks like an absolute path on the host system.

Parameters
pathString containing path to check
Returns
1 if path looks like an absolute path, 0 if not

Definition at line 62 of file paths.c.

References G_is_dirsep().

Referenced by COM_Set_font().

int G_is_dirsep ( char  c)

Checks if a specified character is a valid directory separator character on the host system.

Parameters
cCharacter to check
Returns
1 if c is a directory separator character, 0 if not

Definition at line 45 of file paths.c.

References GRASS_DIRSEP, and HOST_DIRSEP.

Referenced by G_is_absolute_path(), G_parser(), and G_set_program_name().

int G_lstat ( const char *  file_name,
struct stat *  buf 
)

Get file status.

Returns information about the specified file.

Parameters
file_namefile name, in the case of a symbolic link, the link itself is stat-ed, not the file that it refers to
statpointer to structure filled with file information
Returns
Return value from system lstat function

Definition at line 145 of file paths.c.

Referenced by G_recursive_copy(), G_recursive_remove(), and I_list_subgroups().

int G_mkdir ( const char *  path)

Creates a new directory.

Creates a new directory with permissions 0777 (on Unix) or default permissions(?) on Windows.

Parameters
pathString containing path of directory to be created
Returns
Return value from system mkdir() function

Definition at line 27 of file paths.c.

Referenced by G_config_path(), G_make_location(), G_make_mapset(), G_recursive_copy(), and V1_close_nat().

int G_owner ( const char *  path)

Get owner id of path.

Returns information about the specified file.

Parameters
pathpath to check
Returns
Return owner id

Definition at line 164 of file paths.c.

References _, G_fatal_error(), G_stat(), NULL, and TRUE.

int G_stat ( const char *  file_name,
struct stat *  buf 
)

Get file status.

Returns information about the specified file.

Parameters
file_namefile name
statpointer to structure filled with file information
Returns
Return value from system lstat function

Definition at line 128 of file paths.c.

Referenced by G_get_available_mapsets(), G_mapset_permissions(), G_mapset_permissions2(), and G_owner().