Source code for

The tool to check the availability or syntax of domain, IP or URL.


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Provides the directory helpers.

    Nissar Chababy, @funilrys, contactTATAfunilrysTODTODcom

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from os import getcwd, makedirs, path
from os import sep as directory_separator
from shutil import rmtree

[docs]class Directory: """ Simplify the directories manipulation. :param str dir_path the path to work with. """ def __init__(self, dir_path=None): self.path = dir_path
[docs] @classmethod def get_current(cls, with_end_sep=False): """ Returns the current directory path. :param bool with_end_sep: Add a directory separator at the end. """ if with_end_sep: return getcwd() + directory_separator return getcwd() # pragma: no cover
[docs] def fix_path(self, dir_path=None, splited_path=None): """ Fix the path of the given path. .. note:: We consider a path as fixed if it ends with the right directory separator. """ if not dir_path: dir_path = self.path if not splited_path: if dir_path: # The parsed directory is not empty or equal to None. # We initate a variable which will save the splited path. split_path = [] if "/" in dir_path: # We split the separator. split_path = dir_path.split("/") elif "\\" in dir_path: # We split the separator. split_path = dir_path.split("\\") else: split_path = [dir_path] # We join the splited element with the directory separator as glue. return self.fix_path(splited_path=[x for x in split_path if x]) # We return the directory. return dir_path return directory_separator.join(splited_path) + directory_separator
[docs] def exists(self, dir_path=None): """ Checks if the given directory exists. """ if not dir_path: dir_path = self.path return path.isdir(dir_path)
[docs] def create(self, dir_path=None): # pragma: no cover """ Creates the given directory path. :return: The output of :code:`self.exists` after the directory creation. :rtype: bool """ if not dir_path: dir_path = self.path try: if dir_path and not self.exists(dir_path=dir_path): makedirs(dir_path) except FileExistsError: pass return self.exists(dir_path=dir_path)
[docs] def delete(self, dir_path=None): # pragma: no cover """ Deletes the given directory path. :return: :code:`not self.exists` after the directory deletion. :rtypt: bool """ if not dir_path: dir_path = self.path if self.exists(dir_path=dir_path): rmtree(dir_path) return not self.exists(dir_path=dir_path)