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package filter

import "github.com/shurcooL/httpfs/filter"

Package filter offers an http.FileSystem wrapper with the ability to keep or skip files.

Code:

srcFS := httpfs.New(mapfs.New(map[string]string{
    "zzz-last-file.txt":                "It should be visited last.",
    "a-file.txt":                       "It has stuff.",
    "another-file.txt":                 "Also stuff.",
    "some-file.html":                   "<html>and stuff</html>",
    "folderA/entry-A.txt":              "Alpha.",
    "folderA/entry-B.txt":              "Beta.",
    "folderA/main.go":                  "package main\n",
    "folderA/folder-to-skip/many.txt":  "Entire folder can be skipped.",
    "folderA/folder-to-skip/files.txt": "Entire folder can be skipped.",
    "folder-to-skip":                   "This is a file, not a folder, and shouldn't be skipped.",
}))

// Skip files with .go and .html extensions, and directories named "folder-to-skip" (but
// not files named "folder-to-skip").
fs := filter.Skip(srcFS, func(path string, fi os.FileInfo) bool {
    return pathpkg.Ext(fi.Name()) == ".go" || pathpkg.Ext(fi.Name()) == ".html" ||
        (fi.IsDir() && fi.Name() == "folder-to-skip")
})

err := vfsutil.Walk(fs, "/", func(path string, fi os.FileInfo, err error) error {
    if err != nil {
        log.Printf("can't stat file %s: %v\n", path, err)
        return nil
    }
    fmt.Println(path)
    return nil
})
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println()

// This file should be filtered out, even if accessed directly.
_, err = fs.Open("/folderA/main.go")
fmt.Println("os.IsNotExist(err):", os.IsNotExist(err))
fmt.Println(err)

fmt.Println()

// This folder should be filtered out, even if accessed directly.
_, err = fs.Open("/folderA/folder-to-skip")
fmt.Println("os.IsNotExist(err):", os.IsNotExist(err))
fmt.Println(err)

fmt.Println()

// This file should not be filtered out.
f, err := fs.Open("/folder-to-skip")
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
io.Copy(os.Stdout, f)
f.Close()

Output:

/
/a-file.txt
/another-file.txt
/folder-to-skip
/folderA
/folderA/entry-A.txt
/folderA/entry-B.txt
/zzz-last-file.txt

os.IsNotExist(err): true
open /folderA/main.go: file does not exist

os.IsNotExist(err): true
open /folderA/folder-to-skip: file does not exist

This is a file, not a folder, and shouldn't be skipped.

Index

Examples

Package Files

filter.go filters.go

func Keep Uses

func Keep(source http.FileSystem, keep Func) http.FileSystem

Keep returns a filesystem that contains only those entries in source for which keep returns true.

Code:

var srcFS http.FileSystem

// Keep only "/target/dir" and its contents.
fs := filter.Keep(srcFS, func(path string, fi os.FileInfo) bool {
    return path == "/" ||
        path == "/target" ||
        path == "/target/dir" ||
        strings.HasPrefix(path, "/target/dir/")
})

_ = fs

func Skip Uses

func Skip(source http.FileSystem, skip Func) http.FileSystem

Skip returns a filesystem that contains everything in source, except entries for which skip returns true.

Code:

var srcFS http.FileSystem

// Skip all files named ".DS_Store".
fs := filter.Skip(srcFS, func(path string, fi os.FileInfo) bool {
    return !fi.IsDir() && fi.Name() == ".DS_Store"
})

_ = fs

type Func Uses

type Func func(path string, fi os.FileInfo) bool

Func is a selection function which is provided two arguments, its '/'-separated cleaned rooted absolute path (i.e., it always begins with "/"), and the os.FileInfo of the considered file.

The path is cleaned via pathpkg.Clean("/" + path).

For example, if the considered file is named "a" and it's inside a directory "dir", then the value of path will be "/dir/a".

func FilesWithExtensions Uses

func FilesWithExtensions(exts ...string) Func

FilesWithExtensions returns a filter func that selects files (but not directories) that have any of the given extensions. For example:

filter.FilesWithExtensions(".go", ".html")

Would select both .go and .html files. It would not select any directories.

Package filter imports 6 packages (graph) and is imported by 3 packages. Updated 2017-05-14. Refresh now. Tools for package owners.