unixfs

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Published: Jan 11, 2021 License: Apache-2.0, MIT Imports: 9 Imported by: 0

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var LsCmd = &cmds.Command{
	Helptext: cmds.HelpText{
		Tagline: "List directory contents for Unix filesystem objects.",
		ShortDescription: `
Displays the contents of an BTFS or BTNS object(s) at the given path.

The JSON output contains size information. For files, the child size
is the total size of the file contents. For directories, the child
size is the BTFS link size.

This functionality is deprecated, and will be removed in future versions. If
possible, please use 'btfs ls' instead.
`,
		LongDescription: `
Displays the contents of an BTFS or BTNS object(s) at the given path.

The JSON output contains size information. For files, the child size
is the total size of the file contents. For directories, the child
size is the BTFS link size.

The path can be a prefixless ref; in this case, we assume it to be an
/btfs ref and not /btns.

Example:

    > btfs file ls QmW2WQi7j6c7UgJTarActp7tDNikE4B2qXtFCfLPdsgaTQ
    cat.jpg
    > btfs file ls /btfs/QmW2WQi7j6c7UgJTarActp7tDNikE4B2qXtFCfLPdsgaTQ
    cat.jpg

This functionality is deprecated, and will be removed in future versions. If
possible, please use 'btfs ls' instead.
`,
	},

	Arguments: []cmds.Argument{
		cmds.StringArg("btfs-path", true, true, "The path to the BTFS object(s) to list links from.").EnableStdin(),
	},
	Run: func(req *cmds.Request, res cmds.ResponseEmitter, env cmds.Environment) error {
		nd, err := cmdenv.GetNode(env)
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}

		api, err := cmdenv.GetApi(env, req)
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}

		if err := req.ParseBodyArgs(); err != nil {
			return err
		}

		paths := req.Arguments

		output := LsOutput{
			Arguments: map[string]string{},
			Objects:   map[string]*LsObject{},
		}

		for _, p := range paths {
			ctx := req.Context

			merkleNode, err := api.ResolveNode(ctx, path.New(p))
			if err != nil {
				return err
			}

			c := merkleNode.Cid()

			hash := c.String()
			output.Arguments[p] = hash

			if _, ok := output.Objects[hash]; ok {

				continue
			}

			ndpb, ok := merkleNode.(*merkledag.ProtoNode)
			if !ok {
				return merkledag.ErrNotProtobuf
			}

			unixFSNode, err := unixfs.FSNodeFromBytes(ndpb.Data())
			if err != nil {
				return err
			}

			t := unixFSNode.Type()

			output.Objects[hash] = &LsObject{
				Hash: c.String(),
				Type: t.String(),
				Size: unixFSNode.FileSize(),
			}

			switch t {
			case unixfs.TFile:
				break
			case unixfs.THAMTShard:

				return fmt.Errorf("cannot list large directories yet")
			case unixfs.TDirectory:
				links := make([]LsLink, len(merkleNode.Links()))
				output.Objects[hash].Links = links
				for i, link := range merkleNode.Links() {
					linkNode, err := link.GetNode(ctx, nd.DAG)
					if err != nil {
						return err
					}
					lnpb, ok := linkNode.(*merkledag.ProtoNode)
					if !ok {
						return merkledag.ErrNotProtobuf
					}

					d, err := unixfs.FSNodeFromBytes(lnpb.Data())
					if err != nil {
						return err
					}
					t := d.Type()
					lsLink := LsLink{
						Name: link.Name,
						Hash: link.Cid.String(),
						Type: t.String(),
					}
					if t == unixfs.TFile {
						lsLink.Size = d.FileSize()
					} else {
						lsLink.Size = link.Size
					}
					links[i] = lsLink
				}
			case unixfs.TSymlink:
				return fmt.Errorf("cannot list symlinks yet")
			default:
				return fmt.Errorf("unrecognized type: %s", t)
			}
		}

		return cmds.EmitOnce(res, &output)
	},
	Encoders: cmds.EncoderMap{
		cmds.Text: cmds.MakeTypedEncoder(func(req *cmds.Request, w io.Writer, out *LsOutput) error {
			tw := tabwriter.NewWriter(w, 1, 2, 1, ' ', 0)

			nonDirectories := []string{}
			directories := []string{}
			for argument, hash := range out.Arguments {
				object, ok := out.Objects[hash]
				if !ok {
					return fmt.Errorf("unresolved hash: %s", hash)
				}

				if object.Type == "Directory" {
					directories = append(directories, argument)
				} else {
					nonDirectories = append(nonDirectories, argument)
				}
			}
			sort.Strings(nonDirectories)
			sort.Strings(directories)

			for _, argument := range nonDirectories {
				fmt.Fprintf(tw, "%s\n", argument)
			}

			seen := map[string]bool{}
			for i, argument := range directories {
				hash := out.Arguments[argument]
				if _, ok := seen[hash]; ok {
					continue
				}
				seen[hash] = true

				object := out.Objects[hash]
				if i > 0 || len(nonDirectories) > 0 {
					fmt.Fprintln(tw)
				}
				if len(out.Arguments) > 1 {
					for _, arg := range directories[i:] {
						if out.Arguments[arg] == hash {
							fmt.Fprintf(tw, "%s:\n", arg)
						}
					}
				}
				for _, link := range object.Links {
					fmt.Fprintf(tw, "%s\n", link.Name)
				}
			}
			tw.Flush()

			return nil
		}),
	},
	Type: LsOutput{},
}
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var UnixFSCmd = &cmds.Command{
	Helptext: cmds.HelpText{
		Tagline: "Interact with BTFS objects representing Unix filesystems.",
		ShortDescription: `
'btfs file' provides a familiar interface to file systems represented
by BTFS objects, which hides btfs implementation details like layout
objects (e.g. fanout and chunking).
`,
		LongDescription: `
'btfs file' provides a familiar interface to file systems represented
by BTFS objects, which hides btfs implementation details like layout
objects (e.g. fanout and chunking).
`,
	},

	Subcommands: map[string]*cmds.Command{
		"ls": LsCmd,
	},
}

Functions

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Types

type LsLink struct {
	Name, Hash string
	Size       uint64
	Type       string
}

type LsObject

type LsObject struct {
	Hash  string
	Size  uint64
	Type  string
	Links []LsLink
}

type LsOutput

type LsOutput struct {
	Arguments map[string]string
	Objects   map[string]*LsObject
}

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