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Published: Nov 1, 2014 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 6 Imported by: 0

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glob.go and glob_test.go forked from doozerd (https://github.com/ha/doozerd)

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Copyright (c) 2010 Blake Mizerany, Keith Rarick

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type Dir

type Dir interface {
	Glob(patterns ...string) (filePaths []string, err error)
}

func NewDir

func NewDir(path string) (d Dir)

type Glob

type Glob struct {
	Pattern string // original glob pattern
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Glob holds a Unix-style glob pattern in a compiled form for efficient matching against paths.

Glob notation:

- `?` matches a single char in a single path component
- `*` matches zero or more chars in a single path component
- `**` matches zero or more chars in zero or more components
- any other sequence matches itself

func CompileGlob

func CompileGlob(pat string) (*Glob, error)

CompileGlob translates pat into a form more convenient for matching against paths in the store.

func MustCompileGlob

func MustCompileGlob(pat string) *Glob

MustCompileGlob is like CompileGlob, but it panics if an error occurs, simplifying safe initialization of global variables holding glob patterns.

func (*Glob) Match

func (g *Glob) Match(path string) bool

type GlobError

type GlobError string

func (GlobError) Error

func (e GlobError) Error() string

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