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recurse.h

/*
**  IterateDirectory: File Manager directory iterator routines.
**
**  by Jim Luther
**
**  File:       IterateDirectory.h
**
**  Copyright (c) 1995-1998 Jim Luther and Apple Computer, Inc.
**  All rights reserved.
**
**  You may incorporate this sample code into your applications without
**  restriction, though the sample code has been provided "AS IS" and the
**  responsibility for its operation is 100% yours.
**
**  IterateDirectory is designed to drop into the MoreFiles sample code
**  library I wrote while in Apple Developer Technical Support
*/

#ifndef __RECURSEDIRECTORY__
#define __RECURSEDIRECTORY__

#include <Types.h>
#include <Files.h>


#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif


/*****************************************************************************/

pascal  OSErr   RecurseDirectory(short vRefNum,
                                 long dirID,
                                 ConstStr255Param name,
                                 unsigned short maxLevels );
/*   Iterate (scan) through a directory's content.
    The IterateDirectory function performs a recursive iteration (scan) of
    the specified directory and calls your IterateFilterProc function once
    for each file and directory found.

    The maxLevels parameter lets you control how deep the recursion goes.
    If maxLevels is 1, IterateDirectory only scans the specified directory;
    if maxLevels is 2, IterateDirectory scans the specified directory and
    one subdirectory below the specified directory; etc. Set maxLevels to
    zero to scan all levels.

    The yourDataPtr parameter can point to whatever data structure you might
    want to access from within the IterateFilterProc.

    vRefNum         input:  Volume specification.
    dirID           input:  Directory ID.
    name            input:  Pointer to object name, or nil when dirID
                            specifies a directory that's the object.
    maxLevels       input:  Maximum number of directory levels to scan or
                            zero to scan all directory levels.
    iterateFilter   input:  A pointer to the routine you want called once
                            for each file and directory found by
                            IterateDirectory.
    yourDataPtr     input:  A pointer to whatever data structure you might
                            want to access from within the IterateFilterProc.

    Result Codes
        noErr               0       No error
        nsvErr              -35     No such volume
        ioErr               -36     I/O error
        bdNamErr            -37     Bad filename
        fnfErr              -43     File not found
        paramErr            -50     No default volume or iterateFilter was NULL
        dirNFErr            -120    Directory not found or incomplete pathname
                                    or a file was passed instead of a directory
        afpAccessDenied     -5000   User does not have the correct access
        afpObjectTypeErr    -5025   Directory not found or incomplete pathname

    __________

    See also:   RecurseFilterProcPtr, FSpRecurseDirectory
*/

/*****************************************************************************/

pascal  OSErr   FSpRecurseDirectory(const FSSpec *spec,
                                    unsigned short maxLevels);
/*   Iterate (scan) through a directory's content.
    The FSpIterateDirectory function performs a recursive iteration (scan)
    of the specified directory and calls your IterateFilterProc function once
    for each file and directory found.

    The maxLevels parameter lets you control how deep the recursion goes.
    If maxLevels is 1, FSpIterateDirectory only scans the specified directory;
    if maxLevels is 2, FSpIterateDirectory scans the specified directory and
    one subdirectory below the specified directory; etc. Set maxLevels to
    zero to scan all levels.

    The yourDataPtr parameter can point to whatever data structure you might
    want to access from within the IterateFilterProc.

    spec            input:  An FSSpec record specifying the directory to scan.
    maxLevels       input:  Maximum number of directory levels to scan or
                            zero to scan all directory levels.
    iterateFilter   input:  A pointer to the routine you want called once
                            for each file and directory found by
                            FSpIterateDirectory.
    yourDataPtr     input:  A pointer to whatever data structure you might
                            want to access from within the IterateFilterProc.

    Result Codes
        noErr               0       No error
        nsvErr              -35     No such volume
        ioErr               -36     I/O error
        bdNamErr            -37     Bad filename
        fnfErr              -43     File not found
        paramErr            -50     No default volume or iterateFilter was NULL
        dirNFErr            -120    Directory not found or incomplete pathname
        afpAccessDenied     -5000   User does not have the correct access
        afpObjectTypeErr    -5025   Directory not found or incomplete pathname

    __________

    See also:   RecurseFilterProcPtr, RecurseDirectory
*/



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#endif /* __RECURSEDIRECTORY__ */

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