source: trunk/abcl/src/org/armedbear/lisp/directory.lisp @ 14659

Last change on this file since 14659 was 14659, checked in by mevenson, 3 years ago

Fix Uniform Naming Convention (aka "UNC" or "network") paths under Windows.

DIRECTORY now works again on UNC paths.

UNC paths may be either specified with either back slash (#
) or
forward slash (#\/) doubled as the first character in a Pathname

The patterns in


are parsed as

<server> is stored as HOST.

<share> is stored as DEVICE.

[directories-and-files] gets parsed as per the normal rules under

Mixing namestrings with both backslash and slash characters can lead
to unpredictable results. It is recommended not to use backslash
characters in namestrings if it can be avoided. The pathname printed
representation is always normalized to using forward slash delimiters.

  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
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File size: 8.0 KB
1;;; directory.lisp
3;;; Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Peter Graves
4;;; Copyright (C) 2008 Ville Voutilainen
5;;; $Id: directory.lisp 14659 2014-03-24 16:39:23Z mevenson $
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33(in-package "SYSTEM")
35(defun pathname-as-file (pathname)
36  (let ((directory (pathname-directory pathname)))
37    (make-pathname :host nil
38                   :device (pathname-device pathname)
39                   :directory (butlast directory)
40                   :name (car (last directory))
41                   :type nil
42                   :version nil)))
44(defun wild-inferiors-p (component)
45  (eq component :wild-inferiors))
47(defun list-directories-with-wildcards (pathname 
48                                        wild-inferiors-found
49                                        resolve-symlinks)
50  (let* ((directory (pathname-directory pathname))
51         (first-wild-inferior (and (not wild-inferiors-found) 
52                                   (position-if #'wild-inferiors-p directory)))
53         (first-wild (position-if #'wild-p directory))
54         (wild (when (or first-wild-inferior first-wild)
55                 (nthcdr (or first-wild-inferior first-wild) directory)))
56         (non-wild (if (or first-wild-inferior first-wild)
57                       (nbutlast directory
58                                 (- (length directory) 
59                                    (or first-wild-inferior first-wild)))
60                     directory))
61         (newpath (make-pathname :directory non-wild
62                                 :name nil :type nil :defaults pathname))
63         (entries (list-directory newpath resolve-symlinks)))
64    (when (not (or wild wild-inferiors-found)) ;; no further recursion necessary
65        (return-from list-directories-with-wildcards entries))
66    (let ((inferior-entries (when (or wild-inferiors-found first-wild-inferior) entries)))
67      (nconc 
68       (mapcan (lambda (entry) 
69                 (when (pathname-match-p (pathname entry) pathname)
70                   (list entry)))
71               inferior-entries)
72       (mapcan (lambda (entry)
73                 (let* ((pathname (pathname entry))
74                        (directory (pathname-directory pathname))
75                        (rest-wild (cdr wild)))
76                   (unless (pathname-name pathname)
77                     (when (pathname-match-p (first (last directory))
78                                             (cond ((eql (car wild) :wild)
79                                                    "*")
80                                                   ((eql (car wild) :wild-inferiors)
81                                                    "*")
82                                                   (wild 
83                                                    (car wild))
84                                                   (t "")))
85                       (when (and 
86                              (not (or first-wild-inferior 
87                                       wild-inferiors-found)) 
88                              rest-wild)
89                         (setf directory (nconc directory rest-wild)))
90                       (let ((recurse (make-pathname :directory directory
91                                                     :defaults newpath)))
92                         (when (not (equal recurse newpath))
93                           (list-directories-with-wildcards
94                            recurse
95                            (or first-wild-inferior wild-inferiors-found)
96                            resolve-symlinks)))))))
97                     entries)))))
99(defun directory (pathspec &key (resolve-symlinks nil))
100  "Determines which, if any, files that are present in the file system have names matching PATHSPEC, and returns a fresh list of pathnames corresponding to the potential truenames of those files. 
102With :RESOLVE-SYMLINKS set to nil, not all pathnames returned may
103correspond to an existing file.  Symbolic links are considered to be
104be valid entries even if they do not currently have a valid file or
105directory as a target.  Therefore, subsequent CL:TRUENAME call on
106individual pathnames in the list may signal an error, i.e. the
107pathnames have been constructed as truenames, without calling the
108entire resolution routine of CL:TRUENAME.
110If called with :RESOLVE-SYMLINKS set to T, and any of the pathnames
111have truenames which do not exist, this routine will signal a file
112error to its caller."
114  (let ((pathname (merge-pathnames pathspec)))
115    (when (logical-pathname-p pathname)
116      (setq pathname (translate-logical-pathname pathname)))
117    (if (or (position #\* (namestring pathname))
118            (wild-pathname-p pathname))
119        (if (pathname-jar-p pathname)
120            (match-wild-jar-pathname pathname)
121            (let ((namestring (directory-namestring pathname)))
122              (when (and namestring (> (length namestring) 0))
123                (when (featurep :windows)
124                  (let ((host (pathname-host pathname))
125                        (device (pathname-device pathname)))
126                    (cond 
127                      ((and host device)
128                       (setq namestring 
129                             (concatenate 'string "//" host "/" device  namestring)))
130                      (device
131                       (setq namestring 
132                             (concatenate 'string device ":" namestring))))))
133                (let ((entries (list-directories-with-wildcards 
134                                namestring nil resolve-symlinks))
135                      (matching-entries ()))
136                  (dolist (entry entries)
137                    (when 
138                        (or 
139                         (and 
140                          (file-directory-p entry)
141                          (pathname-match-p (file-namestring (pathname-as-file entry)) 
142                                            (file-namestring pathname)))
143                         (pathname-match-p (or (file-namestring entry) "") 
144                                           (file-namestring pathname)))
145                      (push 
146                       (if resolve-symlinks
147                           (truename entry) 
148                           ;; Normalize nil DEVICE to :UNSPECIFIC under non-Windows
149                           ;; fixes ANSI DIRECTORY.[67]
150                           (if (and (not (find :windows *features*))
151                                    (not (pathname-device entry)))
152                               (make-pathname :defaults entry :device :unspecific)
153                               entry))
154                       matching-entries)))
155                  matching-entries))))
156        ;; Not wild.
157        (let ((truename (probe-file pathname)))
158          (if truename
159              (list (pathname truename))
160              nil)))))
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