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A FileSystem Abstraction System for Go

Fsintra Features

  • A single consistent API for accessing a variety of filesystems
  • Interoperation between a variety of file system types
  • A set of interfaces to encourage and enforce interoperability between backends
  • An atomic cross platform memory backed file system
  • Support for compositional (union) file systems by combining multiple file systems acting as one
  • Specialized backends which modify existing filesystems (Read Only, Regexp filtered)
  • A set of utility functions ported from io, ioutil & hugo to be fsintra aware

Using fsintra

fsintra is easy to use and easier to adopt.

A few different ways you could use fsintra:

  • Use the interfaces alone to define you own file system.
  • Wrap for the OS packages.
  • Define different filesystems for different parts of your application.
  • Use fsintra for mock filesystems while testing

Step 1: Install fsintra

First use go get to install the latest version of the library.

$ go get github.com/govenue/fsintra

Next include fsintra in your application.

import "github.com/govenue/fsintra"

Step 2: Declare a backend

First define a package variable and set it to a pointer to a filesystem.

var AppFs = fsintra.NewMemMapFs()

or

var AppFs = fsintra.NewOsFs()

It is important to note that if you repeat the composite literal you will be using a completely new and isolated filesystem. In the case of OsFs it will still use the same underlying filesystem but will reduce the ability to drop in other filesystems as desired.

Step 3: Use it like you would the OS package

Throughout your application use any function and method like you normally would.

So if my application before had:

os.Open('/tmp/foo')

We would replace it with:

AppFs.Open('/tmp/foo')

AppFs being the variable we defined above.

List of all available functions

File System Methods Available:

Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) : error
Chtimes(name string, atime time.Time, mtime time.Time) : error
Create(name string) : File, error
Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) : error
MkdirAll(path string, perm os.FileMode) : error
Name() : string
Open(name string) : File, error
OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) : File, error
Remove(name string) : error
RemoveAll(path string) : error
Rename(oldname, newname string) : error
Stat(name string) : os.FileInfo, error

File Interfaces and Methods Available:

io.Closer
io.Reader
io.ReaderAt
io.Seeker
io.Writer
io.WriterAt

Name() : string
Readdir(count int) : []os.FileInfo, error
Readdirnames(n int) : []string, error
Stat() : os.FileInfo, error
Sync() : error
Truncate(size int64) : error
WriteString(s string) : ret int, err error

In some applications it may make sense to define a new package that simply exports the file system variable for easy access from anywhere.

Using fsintra's utility functions

fsintra provides a set of functions to make it easier to use the underlying file systems. These functions have been primarily ported from io & ioutil with some developed for Hugo.

The fsintra utilities support all fsintra compatible backends.

The list of utilities includes:

DirExists(path string) (bool, error)
Exists(path string) (bool, error)
FileContainsBytes(filename string, subslice []byte) (bool, error)
GetTempDir(subPath string) string
IsDir(path string) (bool, error)
IsEmpty(path string) (bool, error)
ReadDir(dirname string) ([]os.FileInfo, error)
ReadFile(filename string) ([]byte, error)
SafeWriteReader(path string, r io.Reader) (err error)
TempDir(dir, prefix string) (name string, err error)
TempFile(dir, prefix string) (f File, err error)
Walk(root string, walkFn filepath.WalkFunc) error
WriteFile(filename string, data []byte, perm os.FileMode) error
WriteReader(path string, r io.Reader) (err error)

They are available under two different approaches to use. You can either call them directly where the first parameter of each function will be the file system, or you can declare a new Fsintra, a custom type used to bind these functions as methods to a given filesystem.

Calling utilities directly

fs := new(fsintra.MemMapFs)
f, err := fsintra.TempFile(fs,"", "ioutil-test")

Calling via fsintra

fs := fsintra.NewMemMapFs()
afs := &fsintra.Fsintra{Fs: fs}
f, err := afs.TempFile("", "ioutil-test")

Using fsintra for Testing

There is a large benefit to using a mock filesystem for testing. It has a completely blank state every time it is initialized and can be easily reproducible regardless of OS. You could create files to your heart’s content and the file access would be fast while also saving you from all the annoying issues with deleting temporary files, Windows file locking, etc. The MemMapFs backend is perfect for testing.

  • Much faster than performing I/O operations on disk
  • Avoid security issues and permissions
  • Far more control. 'rm -rf /' with confidence
  • Test setup is far more easier to do
  • No test cleanup needed

One way to accomplish this is to define a variable as mentioned above. In your application this will be set to fsintra.NewOsFs() during testing you can set it to fsintra.NewMemMapFs().

It wouldn't be uncommon to have each test initialize a blank slate memory backend. To do this I would define my appFS = fsintra.NewOsFs() somewhere appropriate in my application code. This approach ensures that Tests are order independent, with no test relying on the state left by an earlier test.

Then in my tests I would initialize a new MemMapFs for each test:

func TestExist(t *testing.T) {
	appFS := fsintra.NewMemMapFs()
	// create test files and directories
	appFS.MkdirAll("src/a", 0755)
	fsintra.WriteFile(appFS, "src/a/b", []byte("file b"), 0644)
	fsintra.WriteFile(appFS, "src/c", []byte("file c"), 0644)
	name := "src/c"
	_, err := appFS.Stat(name)
	if os.IsNotExist(err) {
		t.Errorf("file \"%s\" does not exist.\n", name)
	}
}

Available Backends

Operating System Native

OsFs

The first is simply a wrapper around the native OS calls. This makes it very easy to use as all of the calls are the same as the existing OS calls. It also makes it trivial to have your code use the OS during operation and a mock filesystem during testing or as needed.

appfs := fsintra.NewOsFs()
appfs.MkdirAll("src/a", 0755))

Memory Backed Storage

MemMapFs

fsintra also provides a fully atomic memory backed filesystem perfect for use in mocking and to speed up unnecessary disk io when persistence isn’t necessary. It is fully concurrent and will work within go routines safely.

mm := fsintra.NewMemMapFs()
mm.MkdirAll("src/a", 0755))
InMemoryFile

As part of MemMapFs, fsintra also provides an atomic, fully concurrent memory backed file implementation. This can be used in other memory backed file systems with ease. Plans are to add a radix tree memory stored file system using InMemoryFile.

Network Interfaces

SftpFs

fsintra has experimental support for secure file transfer protocol (sftp). Which can be used to perform file operations over a encrypted channel.

Filtering Backends

BasePathFs

The BasePathFs restricts all operations to a given path within an Fs. The given file name to the operations on this Fs will be prepended with the base path before calling the source Fs.

bp := fsintra.NewBasePathFs(fsintra.NewOsFs(), "/base/path")

ReadOnlyFs

A thin wrapper around the source Fs providing a read only view.

fs := fsintra.NewReadOnlyFs(fsintra.NewOsFs())
_, err := fs.Create("/file.txt")
// err = syscall.EPERM

RegexpFs

A filtered view on file names, any file NOT matching the passed regexp will be treated as non-existing. Files not matching the regexp provided will not be created. Directories are not filtered.

fs := fsintra.NewRegexpFs(fsintra.NewMemMapFs(), regexp.MustCompile(`\.txt$`))
_, err := fs.Create("/file.html")
// err = syscall.ENOENT

HttpFs

fsintra provides an http compatible backend which can wrap any of the existing backends.

The Http package requires a slightly specific version of Open which returns an http.File type.

fsintra provides an httpFs file system which satisfies this requirement. Any fsintra FileSystem can be used as an httpFs.

httpFs := fsintra.NewHttpFs(<ExistingFS>)
fileserver := http.FileServer(httpFs.Dir(<PATH>)))
http.Handle("/", fileserver)

Composite Backends

fsintra provides the ability have two filesystems (or more) act as a single file system.

CacheOnReadFs

The CacheOnReadFs will lazily make copies of any accessed files from the base layer into the overlay. Subsequent reads will be pulled from the overlay directly permitting the request is within the cache duration of when it was created in the overlay.

If the base filesystem is writeable, any changes to files will be done first to the base, then to the overlay layer. Write calls to open file handles like Write() or Truncate() to the overlay first.

To writing files to the overlay only, you can use the overlay Fs directly (not via the union Fs).

Cache files in the layer for the given time.Duration, a cache duration of 0 means "forever" meaning the file will not be re-requested from the base ever.

A read-only base will make the overlay also read-only but still copy files from the base to the overlay when they're not present (or outdated) in the caching layer.

base := fsintra.NewOsFs()
layer := fsintra.NewMemMapFs()
ufs := fsintra.NewCacheOnReadFs(base, layer, 100 * time.Second)

CopyOnWriteFs()

The CopyOnWriteFs is a read only base file system with a potentially writeable layer on top.

Read operations will first look in the overlay and if not found there, will serve the file from the base.

Changes to the file system will only be made in the overlay.

Any attempt to modify a file found only in the base will copy the file to the overlay layer before modification (including opening a file with a writable handle).

Removing and Renaming files present only in the base layer is not currently permitted. If a file is present in the base layer and the overlay, only the overlay will be removed/renamed.

	base := fsintra.NewOsFs()
	roBase := fsintra.NewReadOnlyFs(base)
	ufs := fsintra.NewCopyOnWriteFs(roBase, fsintra.NewMemMapFs())

	fh, _ = ufs.Create("/home/test/file2.txt")
	fh.WriteString("This is a test")
	fh.Close()

In this example all write operations will only occur in memory (MemMapFs) leaving the base filesystem (OsFs) untouched.

Desired/possible backends

The following is a short list of possible backends we hope someone will implement:

  • SSH
  • ZIP
  • TAR
  • S3

About the project

What's in the name

fsintra comes from the latin roots Ad-Facere.

"Ad" is a prefix meaning "to".

"Facere" is a form of the root "faciō" making "make or do".

The literal meaning of fsintra is "to make" or "to do" which seems very fitting for a library that allows one to make files and directories and do things with them.

The English word that shares the same roots as fsintra is "affair". Affair shares the same concept but as a noun it means "something that is made or done" or "an object of a particular type".

It's also nice that unlike some of my other libraries (hugo, cobra, viper) it Googles very well.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Contributors

Names in no particular order:

License

fsintra is released under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE.txt

Documentation

Index

Constants

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const BADFD = syscall.EBADFD
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const FilePathSeparator = string(filepath.Separator)

Filepath separator defined by os.Separator.

Variables

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var (
	ErrFileClosed        = errors.New("File is closed")
	ErrOutOfRange        = errors.New("Out of range")
	ErrTooLarge          = errors.New("Too large")
	ErrFileNotFound      = os.ErrNotExist
	ErrFileExists        = os.ErrExist
	ErrDestinationExists = os.ErrExist
)

Functions

func DirExists

func DirExists(fs Fs, path string) (bool, error)

DirExists checks if a path exists and is a directory.

func Exists

func Exists(fs Fs, path string) (bool, error)

Check if a file or directory exists.

func FileContainsAnyBytes

func FileContainsAnyBytes(fs Fs, filename string, subslices [][]byte) (bool, error)

Check if a file contains any of the specified byte slices.

func FileContainsBytes

func FileContainsBytes(fs Fs, filename string, subslice []byte) (bool, error)

Check if a file contains a specified byte slice.

func FullBaseFsPath

func FullBaseFsPath(basePathFs *BasePathFs, relativePath string) string

func GetTempDir

func GetTempDir(fs Fs, subPath string) string

GetTempDir returns the default temp directory with trailing slash if subPath is not empty then it will be created recursively with mode 777 rwx rwx rwx

func Glob

func Glob(fs Fs, pattern string) (matches []string, err error)

Glob returns the names of all files matching pattern or nil if there is no matching file. The syntax of patterns is the same as in Match. The pattern may describe hierarchical names such as /usr/*/bin/ed (assuming the Separator is '/').

Glob ignores file system errors such as I/O errors reading directories. The only possible returned error is ErrBadPattern, when pattern is malformed.

This was adapted from (http://golang.org/pkg/path/filepath) and uses several built-ins from that package.

func IsDir

func IsDir(fs Fs, path string) (bool, error)

IsDir checks if a given path is a directory.

func IsEmpty

func IsEmpty(fs Fs, path string) (bool, error)

IsEmpty checks if a given file or directory is empty.

func NeuterAccents

func NeuterAccents(s string) string

Transform characters with accents into plain forms.

func ReadAll

func ReadAll(r io.Reader) ([]byte, error)

ReadAll reads from r until an error or EOF and returns the data it read. A successful call returns err == nil, not err == EOF. Because ReadAll is defined to read from src until EOF, it does not treat an EOF from Read as an error to be reported.

func ReadDir

func ReadDir(fs Fs, dirname string) ([]os.FileInfo, error)

func ReadFile

func ReadFile(fs Fs, filename string) ([]byte, error)

func SafeWriteReader

func SafeWriteReader(fs Fs, path string, r io.Reader) (err error)

func TempDir

func TempDir(fs Fs, dir, prefix string) (name string, err error)

func UnicodeSanitize

func UnicodeSanitize(s string) string

Rewrite string to remove non-standard path characters

func Walk

func Walk(fs Fs, root string, walkFn filepath.WalkFunc) error

func WriteFile

func WriteFile(fs Fs, filename string, data []byte, perm os.FileMode) error

func WriteReader

func WriteReader(fs Fs, path string, r io.Reader) (err error)

Types

type BasePathFs

type BasePathFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

The BasePathFs restricts all operations to a given path within an Fs. The given file name to the operations on this Fs will be prepended with the base path before calling the base Fs. Any file name (after filepath.Clean()) outside this base path will be treated as non existing file.

Note that it does not clean the error messages on return, so you may reveal the real path on errors.

func (*BasePathFs) Chmod

func (b *BasePathFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Chtimes

func (b *BasePathFs) Chtimes(name string, atime, mtime time.Time) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Create

func (b *BasePathFs) Create(name string) (f File, err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Mkdir

func (b *BasePathFs) Mkdir(name string, mode os.FileMode) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) MkdirAll

func (b *BasePathFs) MkdirAll(name string, mode os.FileMode) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Name

func (b *BasePathFs) Name() string

func (*BasePathFs) Open

func (b *BasePathFs) Open(name string) (f File, err error)

func (*BasePathFs) OpenFile

func (b *BasePathFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, mode os.FileMode) (f File, err error)

func (*BasePathFs) RealPath

func (b *BasePathFs) RealPath(name string) (path string, err error)

on a file outside the base path it returns the given file name and an error, else the given file with the base path prepended

func (*BasePathFs) Remove

func (b *BasePathFs) Remove(name string) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) RemoveAll

func (b *BasePathFs) RemoveAll(name string) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Rename

func (b *BasePathFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) (err error)

func (*BasePathFs) Stat

func (b *BasePathFs) Stat(name string) (fi os.FileInfo, err error)

type CacheOnReadFs

type CacheOnReadFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

If the cache duration is 0, cache time will be unlimited, i.e. once a file is in the layer, the base will never be read again for this file.

For cache times greater than 0, the modification time of a file is checked. Note that a lot of file system implementations only allow a resolution of a second for timestamps... or as the godoc for os.Chtimes() states: "The underlying filesystem may truncate or round the values to a less precise time unit."

This caching union will forward all write calls also to the base file system first. To prevent writing to the base Fs, wrap it in a read-only filter - Note: this will also make the overlay read-only, for writing files in the overlay, use the overlay Fs directly, not via the union Fs.

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Chmod

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Chtimes

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Chtimes(name string, atime, mtime time.Time) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Create

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Mkdir

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) MkdirAll

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) MkdirAll(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Name

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Name() string

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Open

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Open(name string) (File, error)

func (*CacheOnReadFs) OpenFile

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Remove

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Remove(name string) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) RemoveAll

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) RemoveAll(name string) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Rename

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

func (*CacheOnReadFs) Stat

func (u *CacheOnReadFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type CopyOnWriteFs

type CopyOnWriteFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

The CopyOnWriteFs is a union filesystem: a read only base file system with a possibly writeable layer on top. Changes to the file system will only be made in the overlay: Changing an existing file in the base layer which is not present in the overlay will copy the file to the overlay ("changing" includes also calls to e.g. Chtimes() and Chmod()).

Reading directories is currently only supported via Open(), not OpenFile().

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Chmod

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Chtimes

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Chtimes(name string, atime, mtime time.Time) error

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Create

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Mkdir

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) MkdirAll

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) MkdirAll(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Name

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Name() string

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Open

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Open(name string) (File, error)

This function handles the 9 different possibilities caused by the union which are the intersection of the following...

layer: doesn't exist, exists as a file, and exists as a directory
base:  doesn't exist, exists as a file, and exists as a directory

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) OpenFile

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Remove

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Remove(name string) error

Removing files present only in the base layer is not permitted. If a file is present in the base layer and the overlay, only the overlay will be removed.

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) RemoveAll

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) RemoveAll(name string) error

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Rename

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

Renaming files present only in the base layer is not permitted

func (*CopyOnWriteFs) Stat

func (u *CopyOnWriteFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type File

type File interface {
	io.Closer
	io.Reader
	io.ReaderAt
	io.Seeker
	io.Writer
	io.WriterAt

	Name() string
	Readdir(count int) ([]os.FileInfo, error)
	Readdirnames(n int) ([]string, error)
	Stat() (os.FileInfo, error)
	Sync() error
	Truncate(size int64) error
	WriteString(s string) (ret int, err error)
}

File represents a file in the filesystem.

func TempFile

func TempFile(fs Fs, dir, prefix string) (f File, err error)

type Fs

type Fs interface {
	// Create creates a file in the filesystem, returning the file and an
	// error, if any happens.
	Create(name string) (File, error)

	// Mkdir creates a directory in the filesystem, return an error if any
	// happens.
	Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

	// MkdirAll creates a directory path and all parents that does not exist
	// yet.
	MkdirAll(path string, perm os.FileMode) error

	// Open opens a file, returning it or an error, if any happens.
	Open(name string) (File, error)

	// OpenFile opens a file using the given flags and the given mode.
	OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

	// Remove removes a file identified by name, returning an error, if any
	// happens.
	Remove(name string) error

	// RemoveAll removes a directory path and any children it contains. It
	// does not fail if the path does not exist (return nil).
	RemoveAll(path string) error

	// Rename renames a file.
	Rename(oldname, newname string) error

	// Stat returns a FileInfo describing the named file, or an error, if any
	// happens.
	Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

	// The name of this FileSystem
	Name() string

	//Chmod changes the mode of the named file to mode.
	Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

	//Chtimes changes the access and modification times of the named file
	Chtimes(name string, atime time.Time, mtime time.Time) error
}

Fs is the filesystem interface.

Any simulated or real filesystem should implement this interface.

func NewBasePathFs

func NewBasePathFs(source Fs, path string) Fs

func NewCacheOnReadFs

func NewCacheOnReadFs(base Fs, layer Fs, cacheTime time.Duration) Fs

func NewCopyOnWriteFs

func NewCopyOnWriteFs(base Fs, layer Fs) Fs

func NewMemMapFs

func NewMemMapFs() Fs

func NewOsFs

func NewOsFs() Fs

func NewReadOnlyFs

func NewReadOnlyFs(source Fs) Fs

func NewRegexpFs

func NewRegexpFs(source Fs, re *regexp.Regexp) Fs

type Fsintra

type Fsintra struct {
	Fs
}

func (Fsintra) DirExists

func (a Fsintra) DirExists(path string) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) Exists

func (a Fsintra) Exists(path string) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) FileContainsAnyBytes

func (a Fsintra) FileContainsAnyBytes(filename string, subslices [][]byte) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) FileContainsBytes

func (a Fsintra) FileContainsBytes(filename string, subslice []byte) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) GetTempDir

func (a Fsintra) GetTempDir(subPath string) string

func (Fsintra) IsDir

func (a Fsintra) IsDir(path string) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) IsEmpty

func (a Fsintra) IsEmpty(path string) (bool, error)

func (Fsintra) ReadDir

func (a Fsintra) ReadDir(dirname string) ([]os.FileInfo, error)

ReadDir reads the directory named by dirname and returns a list of sorted directory entries.

func (Fsintra) ReadFile

func (a Fsintra) ReadFile(filename string) ([]byte, error)

ReadFile reads the file named by filename and returns the contents. A successful call returns err == nil, not err == EOF. Because ReadFile reads the whole file, it does not treat an EOF from Read as an error to be reported.

func (Fsintra) SafeWriteReader

func (a Fsintra) SafeWriteReader(path string, r io.Reader) (err error)

Same as WriteReader but checks to see if file/directory already exists.

func (Fsintra) TempDir

func (a Fsintra) TempDir(dir, prefix string) (name string, err error)

TempDir creates a new temporary directory in the directory dir with a name beginning with prefix and returns the path of the new directory. If dir is the empty string, TempDir uses the default directory for temporary files (see os.TempDir). Multiple programs calling TempDir simultaneously will not choose the same directory. It is the caller's responsibility to remove the directory when no longer needed.

func (Fsintra) TempFile

func (a Fsintra) TempFile(dir, prefix string) (f File, err error)

TempFile creates a new temporary file in the directory dir with a name beginning with prefix, opens the file for reading and writing, and returns the resulting *File. If dir is the empty string, TempFile uses the default directory for temporary files (see os.TempDir). Multiple programs calling TempFile simultaneously will not choose the same file. The caller can use f.Name() to find the pathname of the file. It is the caller's responsibility to remove the file when no longer needed.

func (Fsintra) Walk

func (a Fsintra) Walk(root string, walkFn filepath.WalkFunc) error

func (Fsintra) WriteFile

func (a Fsintra) WriteFile(filename string, data []byte, perm os.FileMode) error

WriteFile writes data to a file named by filename. If the file does not exist, WriteFile creates it with permissions perm; otherwise WriteFile truncates it before writing.

func (Fsintra) WriteReader

func (a Fsintra) WriteReader(path string, r io.Reader) (err error)

Takes a reader and a path and writes the content

type HttpFs

type HttpFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func NewHttpFs

func NewHttpFs(source Fs) *HttpFs

func (HttpFs) Chmod

func (h HttpFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (HttpFs) Chtimes

func (h HttpFs) Chtimes(name string, atime time.Time, mtime time.Time) error

func (HttpFs) Create

func (h HttpFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (HttpFs) Dir

func (h HttpFs) Dir(s string) *httpDir

func (HttpFs) Mkdir

func (h HttpFs) Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (HttpFs) MkdirAll

func (h HttpFs) MkdirAll(path string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (HttpFs) Name

func (h HttpFs) Name() string

func (HttpFs) Open

func (h HttpFs) Open(name string) (http.File, error)

func (HttpFs) OpenFile

func (h HttpFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (HttpFs) Remove

func (h HttpFs) Remove(name string) error

func (HttpFs) RemoveAll

func (h HttpFs) RemoveAll(path string) error

func (HttpFs) Rename

func (h HttpFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

func (HttpFs) Stat

func (h HttpFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type MemMapFs

type MemMapFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*MemMapFs) Chmod

func (m *MemMapFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (*MemMapFs) Chtimes

func (m *MemMapFs) Chtimes(name string, atime time.Time, mtime time.Time) error

func (*MemMapFs) Create

func (m *MemMapFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (*MemMapFs) List

func (m *MemMapFs) List()

func (*MemMapFs) Mkdir

func (m *MemMapFs) Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*MemMapFs) MkdirAll

func (m *MemMapFs) MkdirAll(path string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (*MemMapFs) Name

func (*MemMapFs) Name() string

func (*MemMapFs) Open

func (m *MemMapFs) Open(name string) (File, error)

func (*MemMapFs) OpenFile

func (m *MemMapFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (*MemMapFs) Remove

func (m *MemMapFs) Remove(name string) error

func (*MemMapFs) RemoveAll

func (m *MemMapFs) RemoveAll(path string) error

func (*MemMapFs) Rename

func (m *MemMapFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

func (*MemMapFs) Stat

func (m *MemMapFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type OsFs

type OsFs struct{}

OsFs is a Fs implementation that uses functions provided by the os package.

For details in any method, check the documentation of the os package (http://golang.org/pkg/os/).

func (OsFs) Chmod

func (OsFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (OsFs) Chtimes

func (OsFs) Chtimes(name string, atime time.Time, mtime time.Time) error

func (OsFs) Create

func (OsFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (OsFs) Mkdir

func (OsFs) Mkdir(name string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (OsFs) MkdirAll

func (OsFs) MkdirAll(path string, perm os.FileMode) error

func (OsFs) Name

func (OsFs) Name() string

func (OsFs) Open

func (OsFs) Open(name string) (File, error)

func (OsFs) OpenFile

func (OsFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (OsFs) Remove

func (OsFs) Remove(name string) error

func (OsFs) RemoveAll

func (OsFs) RemoveAll(path string) error

func (OsFs) Rename

func (OsFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

func (OsFs) Stat

func (OsFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type ReadOnlyFs

type ReadOnlyFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Chmod

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Chmod(n string, m os.FileMode) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Chtimes

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Chtimes(n string, a, m time.Time) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Create

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Create(n string) (File, error)

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Mkdir

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Mkdir(n string, p os.FileMode) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) MkdirAll

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) MkdirAll(n string, p os.FileMode) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Name

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Name() string

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Open

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Open(n string) (File, error)

func (*ReadOnlyFs) OpenFile

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (*ReadOnlyFs) ReadDir

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) ReadDir(name string) ([]os.FileInfo, error)

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Remove

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Remove(n string) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) RemoveAll

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) RemoveAll(p string) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Rename

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Rename(o, n string) error

func (*ReadOnlyFs) Stat

func (r *ReadOnlyFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type RegexpFile

type RegexpFile struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*RegexpFile) Close

func (f *RegexpFile) Close() error

func (*RegexpFile) Name

func (f *RegexpFile) Name() string

func (*RegexpFile) Read

func (f *RegexpFile) Read(s []byte) (int, error)

func (*RegexpFile) ReadAt

func (f *RegexpFile) ReadAt(s []byte, o int64) (int, error)

func (*RegexpFile) Readdir

func (f *RegexpFile) Readdir(c int) (fi []os.FileInfo, err error)

func (*RegexpFile) Readdirnames

func (f *RegexpFile) Readdirnames(c int) (n []string, err error)

func (*RegexpFile) Seek

func (f *RegexpFile) Seek(o int64, w int) (int64, error)

func (*RegexpFile) Stat

func (f *RegexpFile) Stat() (os.FileInfo, error)

func (*RegexpFile) Sync

func (f *RegexpFile) Sync() error

func (*RegexpFile) Truncate

func (f *RegexpFile) Truncate(s int64) error

func (*RegexpFile) Write

func (f *RegexpFile) Write(s []byte) (int, error)

func (*RegexpFile) WriteAt

func (f *RegexpFile) WriteAt(s []byte, o int64) (int, error)

func (*RegexpFile) WriteString

func (f *RegexpFile) WriteString(s string) (int, error)

type RegexpFs

type RegexpFs struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

The RegexpFs filters files (not directories) by regular expression. Only files matching the given regexp will be allowed, all others get a ENOENT error ( "No such file or directory").

func (*RegexpFs) Chmod

func (r *RegexpFs) Chmod(name string, mode os.FileMode) error

func (*RegexpFs) Chtimes

func (r *RegexpFs) Chtimes(name string, a, m time.Time) error

func (*RegexpFs) Create

func (r *RegexpFs) Create(name string) (File, error)

func (*RegexpFs) Mkdir

func (r *RegexpFs) Mkdir(n string, p os.FileMode) error

func (*RegexpFs) MkdirAll

func (r *RegexpFs) MkdirAll(n string, p os.FileMode) error

func (*RegexpFs) Name

func (r *RegexpFs) Name() string

func (*RegexpFs) Open

func (r *RegexpFs) Open(name string) (File, error)

func (*RegexpFs) OpenFile

func (r *RegexpFs) OpenFile(name string, flag int, perm os.FileMode) (File, error)

func (*RegexpFs) Remove

func (r *RegexpFs) Remove(name string) error

func (*RegexpFs) RemoveAll

func (r *RegexpFs) RemoveAll(p string) error

func (*RegexpFs) Rename

func (r *RegexpFs) Rename(oldname, newname string) error

func (*RegexpFs) Stat

func (r *RegexpFs) Stat(name string) (os.FileInfo, error)

type UnionFile

type UnionFile struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

The UnionFile implements the fsintra.File interface and will be returned when reading a directory present at least in the overlay or opening a file for writing.

The calls to Readdir() and Readdirnames() merge the file os.FileInfo / names from the base and the overlay - for files present in both layers, only those from the overlay will be used.

When opening files for writing (Create() / OpenFile() with the right flags) the operations will be done in both layers, starting with the overlay. A successful read in the overlay will move the cursor position in the base layer by the number of bytes read.

func (*UnionFile) Close

func (f *UnionFile) Close() error

func (*UnionFile) Name

func (f *UnionFile) Name() string

func (*UnionFile) Read

func (f *UnionFile) Read(s []byte) (int, error)

func (*UnionFile) ReadAt

func (f *UnionFile) ReadAt(s []byte, o int64) (int, error)

func (*UnionFile) Readdir

func (f *UnionFile) Readdir(c int) (ofi []os.FileInfo, err error)

Readdir will weave the two directories together and return a single view of the overlayed directories

func (*UnionFile) Readdirnames

func (f *UnionFile) Readdirnames(c int) ([]string, error)

func (*UnionFile) Seek

func (f *UnionFile) Seek(o int64, w int) (pos int64, err error)

func (*UnionFile) Stat

func (f *UnionFile) Stat() (os.FileInfo, error)

func (*UnionFile) Sync

func (f *UnionFile) Sync() (err error)

func (*UnionFile) Truncate

func (f *UnionFile) Truncate(s int64) (err error)

func (*UnionFile) Write

func (f *UnionFile) Write(s []byte) (n int, err error)

func (*UnionFile) WriteAt

func (f *UnionFile) WriteAt(s []byte, o int64) (n int, err error)

func (*UnionFile) WriteString

func (f *UnionFile) WriteString(s string) (n int, err error)

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