Obtaining the attributes and properties of a folder recursively.

Tim Golden mail at timgolden.me.uk
Mon Mar 23 09:43:51 CET 2009


venutaurus539 at gmail.com wrote:
> On Mar 21, 3:05 pm, Tim Golden <m... at timgolden.me.uk> wrote:
>> venutaurus... at gmail.com wrote:
>>> Thank you Sir for your reply. It is working for me. But is failing if
>>> I have Unicode characters in my path. I tried giving a 'u' in front of
>>> the path but still it fails at f.createdat. Does it support Unicode
>>> Characters?
>>> This the traceback which I got while running the above python script
>>> on my data:
>>> -----------------------------------
>>> \\?\C:\JPDump\AGIT_FSDM\Unicode\Arabic files\Arabicְדזךמאּשּׁתּ
>>> פּפֿשּﭏכּטּךּאָשּׁבֿפֿװײ״טצתא
>> In fact, to give me something to test against, would you
>> be able to send me the result of running this code, please?
>> It's just listing the names of the files under that particular
>> directly, encoded as utf8 so they'll survive transit:
>>
>> <code>
>> import os
>> from winsys import fs
>>
>> PATH = r"\\?\C:\JPDump\AGIT_FSDM\Unicode\Arabic files"
>> f = open ("arabic-files.txt", "wb")
>> for filename in fs.listdir (PATH):
>>   f.write (filename.encode ("utf8") + "\r\n")
>>
>> f.close ()
>> os.startfile ("arabic-files.txt")
>>
>> </code>
>>
>> Thanks
>> TJG
> 
> This is the output for your code Sir. But I think os.stat is
> sufficient to satisfy all my requirements. May be we just have to make
> the path itself a Unicode path.
> 
> Arabicְדזךמאּשּׁתּפּפֿשּﭏכּטּךּאָשּׁבֿפֿװײ״טצתא
> Arabicְדזךמאּשּׁתּפּפֿשּﭏכּטּךּאָשּׁבֿפֿװײ״טצתא.doc
> Arabicְדזךמאּשּׁתּפּפֿשּﭏכּטּךּאָשּׁבֿפֿװײ״טצתאnew.doc
> الأبجدي.txt
> تعلم اللغة الإيطالية مجان.doc
> دروس مجانية في اللغة الإنجليزي.txt
> دروس مجانية في اللغة الإنجليزي1.txt


Yes, thanks to your question I discovered one or two small
bugs in the WinSys unicode handling, hopefully now fixed.
But, I agree, you can use os.stat to do pretty much all
you want by passing unicode filenames. You'll also need
to use the win32security functions to get the ACL stuff.

TJG




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