Provides directory listing functions.
Well-defined value for an invalid directory stream handle.
A handle to an open directory stream.
typedef struct SbDirectoryPrivate* SbDirectory
Indicates whether SbDirectoryOpen is allowed for the given
path: The path to be checked.
bool SbDirectoryCanOpen(const char *path)
Closes an open directory stream handle. The return value indicates whether the directory was closed successfully.
directory: The directory stream handle to close.
bool SbDirectoryClose(SbDirectory directory)
Creates the directory
path, assuming the parent directory already exists. This function returns
true if the directory now exists (even if it existed before) and returns
false if the directory does not exist.
path: The path to be created.
bool SbDirectoryCreate(const char *path)
out_entry with the next entry in the specified directory stream, and moves the stream forward by one entry.
Platforms may, but are not required to, return
. (referring to the directory itself) and/or
.. (referring to the directory's parent directory) as entries in the directory stream.
This function returns
true if there was a next directory, and
false at the end of the directory stream or if
out_entry_size is smaller than kSbFileMaxName.
directory: The directory stream from which to retrieve the next directory.
out_entry: The null terminated string to be populated with the next directory entry. The space allocated for this string should be equal to
out_entry_size: The size of the space allocated for
out_entry. This should be at least equal to kSbFileMaxName.
bool SbDirectoryGetNext(SbDirectory directory, char *out_entry, size_t out_entry_size)
Returns whether the given directory stream handle is valid.
static bool SbDirectoryIsValid(SbDirectory directory)
Opens the given existing directory for listing. This function returns kSbDirectoryInvalidHandle if it is not successful.
out_error is provided by the caller, it will be set to the appropriate SbFileError code on failure.
out_error: An output parameter that, in case of an error, is set to the reason that the directory could not be opened.
SbDirectory SbDirectoryOpen(const char *path, SbFileError *out_error)