Java Code Examples for com.sun.jna.platform.FileUtils

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Example 1
Source Project: opsu   Source File: Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Deletes a file or directory.  If a system trash directory is available,
 * the file or directory will be moved there instead.
 * @param file the file or directory to delete
 * @return true if moved to trash, and false if deleted
 * @throws IOException if given file does not exist
 */
public static boolean deleteToTrash(File file) throws IOException {
	if (file == null)
		throw new IOException("File cannot be null.");
	if (!file.exists())
		throw new IOException(String.format("File '%s' does not exist.", file.getAbsolutePath()));

	// move to system trash, if possible
	FileUtils fileUtils = FileUtils.getInstance();
	if (fileUtils.hasTrash()) {
		try {
			fileUtils.moveToTrash(new File[] { file });
			return true;
		} catch (IOException e) {
			Log.warn(String.format("Failed to move file '%s' to trash.", file.getAbsolutePath()), e);
		}
	}

	// delete otherwise
	if (file.isDirectory())
		deleteDirectory(file);
	else
		file.delete();
	return false;
}
 
Example 2
@Override
public void trash(final Local file) throws LocalAccessDeniedException {
    try {
        FileUtils.getInstance().moveToTrash(new File[]{new File(file.getAbsolute())});
    }
    catch(IOException e) {
        log.warn(String.format("Failed to move %s to Trash", file.getName()));
        new DefaultLocalTrashFeature().trash(file);
    }
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: opsu-dance   Source File: Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Deletes a file or directory.  If a system trash directory is available,
 * the file or directory will be moved there instead.
 * @param file the file or directory to delete
 * @return true if moved to trash, and false if deleted
 * @throws IOException if given file does not exist
 */
public static boolean deleteMaybeToTrash(File file) throws IOException
{
	if (file == null)
		throw new IOException("File cannot be null.");
	if (!file.exists())
		throw new IOException(String.format("File '%s' does not exist.", file.getAbsolutePath()));

	// FileUtils is com.sun, soooo big ass try around it
	try {
		// move to system trash, if possible
		FileUtils fileUtils = FileUtils.getInstance();
		if (fileUtils.hasTrash()) {
			fileUtils.moveToTrash(new File[] { file });
			return true;
		}
	} catch (Throwable t) {
		softErr(t, "Failed to move file '%s' to trash.", file.getAbsolutePath());
	}

	// delete otherwise
	if (file.isDirectory())
		deleteDirectory(file);
	else
		file.delete();
	return false;
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: consulo   Source File: PathManager.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@Nonnull
public static Collection<String> getUtilClassPath() {
  final Class<?>[] classes = {PathManager.class,            // module 'util'
          Nonnull.class,                // module 'annotations'
          SystemInfoRt.class,           // module 'util-rt'
          Document.class,               // jDOM
          THashSet.class,               // trove4j
          TypeMapper.class,             // JNA
          FileUtils.class,              // JNA (jna-platform)
          PatternMatcher.class          // OROMatcher
  };

  final Set<String> classPath = new HashSet<String>();
  for (Class<?> aClass : classes) {
    final String path = getJarPathForClass(aClass);
    if (path != null) {
      classPath.add(path);
    }
  }

  final String resourceRoot = getResourceRoot(PathManager.class, "/messages/CommonBundle.properties");  // platform-resources-en
  if (resourceRoot != null) {
    classPath.add(new File(resourceRoot).getAbsolutePath());
  }

  return Collections.unmodifiableCollection(classPath);
}