I am using the following code in WINDOWS OS and PHP script, in which initially i am taking the difference of two folder structure and then the out put needs to be copied to other folder. here is the code below..
what would be the best way to copy folders+files from one directory to another? I have a temp folder created as part of an upload form. In this folder there are some files and another folder with some more files. I was/am going to just cycle through the folders and copy over one by one but i was wonders if there is an easier way like copy the entire temp folder and rename that.
I am using this copy directory helper addon for the directory helper to help me copy files to different places on my web server. It works perfectly if the files you are copying from and the folder you are copying to are located within the CodeIgniter install directory. I however have my codeigniter installation in a subdirectory [URL] and would like to be able to move and copy directories in the root directory.
Creates test_copy and copies the contents of user_guide to it.
However doing this (NOTICE the missing DOT( . ) in the destination directory)
I need to copy files from an ftp directory to a web-accessible directory and then delete the files in the ftp directory. (I am doing it this way because web-based form upload can not exceed 2MB and I can't change that)
I would like to display everything INSIDE a specific directory. In other words, I would like to display all file name's inside all subfolders in a specific directory. (NOT the subfolder itself...but whats inside. See example.)
The ROOT directory is: /root/ The directory that ALL folder's will be located is: /root/folder_names/ I have several subfolders: /root/folder_names/folder 1, /root/folder_names/folder 2, /root/folder_names/folder 3, and so on. I would like it to display all FILE NAMES in folder 1, folder 2, folder 3; but not the folders. How would I do this?
I have a simple script that allows a user to specify the name of a directory to be created. The script creates the directory and then is supposed to copy a specific file to that directory however when I try to run the script I get the following error:
Warning: copy(/home/content/f/t/p/ftpakadmin/html/gallery/testgall/): failed to open stream: Is a directory in /home/content/f/t/p/ftpakadmin/html/admin/gallery/gallery-add-save.php on line 28
I don't normally work at the OS file system level when using PHP and have never tried this, but I know it's gotta be possible. What I want to do is write a script that will replace files in one directory with files from another directory when invoked (even if there are already files there). Anybody ever do this? (this is on a Win2k3 Server).
How can I transfer files from one directory to another?? Here's my code, however I get this error... "The second argument to copy() function cannot be a directory in *WAMP Dir*/process.php on line 141" Line 141 is - copy($tempdir, $leaguedir);
Anyway, I can't get to copy the files which were extracted from a ZIP to a directory, the files are extracted, but they won't be copied... the files just lay in the root folder where upload.php is. I've got this:
I have two server one is window server as "A" and another is Linux server as "B". I have a directory on server "A" which contains several files and sub directories. I want to copy directories/files from server "A" to server "B" using php. I have control on both server but i want to run PHP script into Linux server "B".
writing a piece of code that counts all the folders in a specific directory and prints the number, then counts image files in the same directory but located in all the fullsize sub folder of each gallery.
-images -galleries -gallery1 - fullsize
There are 31 folders in the gallery folder and count returns 39.
This below goes through files in a directory, reads them and saves them in files of 500 lines max to a new directory. I need a modification. I would like to save to alpha num based files. First, sort the array alpha numerically (already lowercase) would be the first step I assume. Grab all of the lines in each $incoming."/.txt" that start with "a" and put them into a folder at $save500."/a" but, a max of 500 lines each. (I guess it would be best to start with the first at the top of the sort so "0" not "a" right?) All the lines that start with a number, go into $save500."/num". None of the lines will start with anything but a-z0-9. This will allow me to search my files for a match more efficiently using this flatfile method. Narrowing it down to one folder.
Could be the wrong approach above since no responses. But I want a word like aardvark saved to the 1.txt the a/a folder (appending). Unless 1.txt has 500 lines then save it to a/a 2.txt. So xenia would be appended to the x/e folder 1.txt file unless there are 500 lines so create 2.txt and save it there. I will then be able to search for those words more efficiently without loading a ton into memory or looping through files /lines that won't contain a match.
I would like to use opendir() to list only the folders in a particular folder (i.e. /www/site/). I would like to exclude files from the list as well at the '.' and '..' folders that appear on a linux folder listing.
the file file upload whenever i upload an image to main directory it saves one image into photos folder and copy another into thumbs folder but whenever i upload image to a different album (not main directory) it doesnt copy the other image to thumbs folder what i'm i doing wrong this is the line that i chose the folder...
I want to sort my folders in alphbetical order in a directory. It displays in create/modify order. I am using a Content Management Software known MODx. There is any code to sort and display the folders in alphabetical order.