dirs_links/nftw_dir_tree.c

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/* nftw_dir_tree.c

   Demonstrate the use of nftw(3). Walk though the directory tree specified
   on the command line (or the current working directory if no directory
   is specified on the command line), displaying an indented hierarchy
   of files in the tree. For each file, display:

      * a letter indicating the file type (using the same letters
        as "ls -l"), as obtained using stat(2);
      * a string indicating the file type, as supplied by nftw(); and
      * the file's i-node number.
*/
#if defined(__sun)
#define _XOPEN_SOURCE 500       /* Solaris 8 needs it this way */
#else
#if ! defined(_XOPEN_SOURCE) || _XOPEN_SOURCE < 600
#define _XOPEN_SOURCE 600       /* Get nftw() and S_IFSOCK declarations */
#endif
#endif
#include <ftw.h>
#include "tlpi_hdr.h"
static void
usageError(const char *progName, const char *msg)
{
    if (msg != NULL)
        fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", msg);
    fprintf(stderr, "Usage: %s [-d] [-m] [-p] [directory-path]\n", progName);
    fprintf(stderr, "\t-d Use FTW_DEPTH flag\n");
    fprintf(stderr, "\t-m Use FTW_MOUNT flag\n");
    fprintf(stderr, "\t-p Use FTW_PHYS flag\n");
    exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}
static int                      /* Function called by nftw() */
dirTree(const char *pathname, const struct stat *sbuf, int type,
        struct FTW *ftwb)
{
    if (type == FTW_NS) {                  /* Could not stat() file */
        printf("?");
    } else {
        switch (sbuf->st_mode & S_IFMT) {  /* Print file type */
        case S_IFREG:  printf("-"); break;
        case S_IFDIR:  printf("d"); break;
        case S_IFCHR:  printf("c"); break;
        case S_IFBLK:  printf("b"); break;
        case S_IFLNK:  printf("l"); break;
        case S_IFIFO:  printf("p"); break;
        case S_IFSOCK: printf("s"); break;
        default:       printf("?"); break; /* Should never happen (on Linux) */
        }
    }

    printf(" %s  ", (type == FTW_D)  ? "D  " : (type == FTW_DNR) ? "DNR" :
            (type == FTW_DP) ? "DP " : (type == FTW_F)   ? "F  " :
            (type == FTW_SL) ? "SL " : (type == FTW_SLN) ? "SLN" :
            (type == FTW_NS) ? "NS " : "  ");

    if (type != FTW_NS)
        printf("%7ld ", (long) sbuf->st_ino);
    else
        printf("        ");

    printf(" %*s", 4 * ftwb->level, "");        /* Indent suitably */
    printf("%s\n",  &pathname[ftwb->base]);     /* Print basename */
    return 0;                                   /* Tell nftw() to continue */
}
int
main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    int flags, opt;

    flags = 0;
    while ((opt = getopt(argc, argv, "dmp")) != -1) {
        switch (opt) {
        case 'd': flags |= FTW_DEPTH;   break;
        case 'm': flags |= FTW_MOUNT;   break;
        case 'p': flags |= FTW_PHYS;    break;
        default:  usageError(argv[0], NULL);
        }
    }

    if (argc > optind + 1)
        usageError(argv[0], NULL);

    if (nftw((argc > optind) ? argv[optind] : ".", dirTree, 10, flags) == -1) {
        perror("nftw");
        exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
    }
    exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}

 

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