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Rails server command generates another folder in project's folder with default folders and files
This is because you are using rails 2 gem version, you can check by rails -v. As well you can see, there is no app/assets folder. there are only public/javascripts etc rails2 style directories Try to install rails 3 by gem install rails --version '>3.0.0'

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Iterate over 2 files in each folder and compare them
You can indeed use os.walk(), since that already separates the directories from the files. You only need the directories it returns, because that's where you're looking for your 2 specific files. You could also use os.listdir() but that returns directories as well files in the same list, so you would have to check for directories yourself. Either way, once you have the directories, you iterate over them (for subdir in dirnames) and join the various path components you have: The dirpath, the subdir name that you got from iterating over the list and your filename. Assuming there are also some directories that don't have the specific 2 files, it's a good idea to wrap the open() calls in a try..except block and thus ignore the directories where one of the files (or both of them) doesn't exi

Categories : Python

Iterate over a very large number of files in a folder
By default os.walk walk the directory tree bottom-up. If you have a deep tree with many leafs, I guess this could leave to performances penalties -- or at least for an increased "statup" time, since walk has to read lots of data before processing the first file. All of this being speculative, have you tried to force a topdown explorations: for root, subFolders, files in os.walk(rootdir, topdown=True): ... EDIT: As the files appear to be in a flat directory, maybe glob.iglob could leave to better performance by returning an iterator (whereas other method like os.walk, os.listdir or glob.glob build first the list of all files). Could you try something like that: import glob # ... for infile in glob.iglob( os.path.join(rootdir, '*.*') ): # ...

Categories : Python

XCOPY files in batch to another folder but with structure of folders
Ah, finally found it. Putting an asterisk * behind the filename will do the trick. So, for any of you with the same problem: XCOPY "abcdef01.jpg" "D: ewphotosabcdef01.jpg*" This does the trick.

Categories : Misc

How to recursively retrieve files from folders returning file name and its Folder name
You may want to use folderFullPath.lastIndexOf(File.separator) in order to find the index of the character before the folder name and then use substring to extract the folder name from the full-path.

Categories : Java

Rename files within folders to folder names while retaining extensions
Here's something simple: find * -type f -maxdepth 1 | while read file do dirname="$(dirname "$file")" new_name="${dirname##*/}" file_ext=${file##*.} if [ -n "$file_ext" -a -n "$dirname" -a -n "$new_name" ] then echo "mv '$file' '$dirname/$new_name.$file_ext'" fi done The find * says to run find on all items in the current directory. The -type f says you only are interested in files, and -maxdepth 1 limits the depth of the search to the immediate directory. The ${file##*.} is using a pattern match. The ## says the largest left hand match to *. which is basically pulling everything off to the file extension. The file_dir="$(dirname "$file")" gets the directory name. Note quotes everywhere! You have to be careful about white spaces. By the way, I echo i

Categories : Bash

Hadoop HDFS Copy Files from multiple folders to one destination folder
There is DistCp which is an map-reduce job which copies files from one or multiple source folders to one target folder in an parallel manner. However, its not merging files. But maybe you could use filecrush to do that! (let me know how this goes!)

Categories : Hadoop

Run a batch file that would delete files in a folder (and its sub folders) that are older then 30 days
I did some copy and paste for you from here: forfiles -p "C:whatever" -s -m *.* /D -30 /C "cmd /c del @path" See forfile documentation for more details.

Categories : Windows

Move multiple files from multiple folders to one folder
How far have to got with this ? Have you managed to get them moving from one folder to another yet ? Is it an issue with the sub-folders ? I had a similar issue before and i found this answer really helped me : move files between folders

Categories : Windows

Batch: Create a list of folders and then copy multiple files/folders into all of them
Try this: @echo off &setlocal cd /d "RootFolder=X:folder omy data" for /d %%a in (*) do xcopy "_TEMPLATE" "%%~fa" /sihrky For xcopy options see xcopy /?, to test the command without writing add option /l.

Categories : List

How to stop threads of following type in Java used for watching folders for files using WatchService for folders by using jToggleButton
There is a Thread.stop() method, but is has been deprecated, because it's unsafe. Instead of using the deprecated method(s), you can modify some variable to indicate that the target thread should stop running.

Categories : Java

MATLAB: Opening and Editing Files nested in folders in folders
Check out subdir! On the file exchange, its an awesome function that can return all folders and all files in expansive subfolders, and you can filter file names by extension and whatnot. http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/15859-subdir-a-recursive-file-search

Categories : Matlab

Iterate over folders in JAR file directly
You cannot create File objects from arbitrary URLs and use the usual filesystem traversal methods. Now, I'm not sure if launch4j does make any difference, but as for iterating over the contents of plain JAR file, you can use the official API: JarURLConnection connection = (JarURLConnection) url.openConnection(); JarFile file = connection.getJarFile(); Enumeration<JarEntry> entries = file.entries(); while (entries.hasMoreElements()) { JarEntry e = entries.nextElement(); if (e.getName().startsWith("com")) { // ... } } Above snippet lists all the entries in the JAR file referenced by url, i.e. files and directories.

Categories : Java

Moving files from one folder to a hot folder BUT only move one at a time when the hot folder is empty
Pretty sure this should do what you want in vbscript: Set objFS = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") set objFolderA = objFS.GetFolder("c:Folder A") set objFolderB = objFS.GetFolder("c:Folder B") For each objFile in objFolderA.Files Do While True If objFolderB.Files.Count = 0 Then objFS.MoveFile objFile.Path, ojbFolderB.Path & "" Exit Do End If Loop Next

Categories : Batch File

Trying to "iterate" a folder
There is a very helpful method in .NET to do this Directory.EnumerateFiles: For Each fileName As String In Directory.EnumerateFiles(myDirectory) ' Add your code Next You have to import the System.IO namespace to use the Directory class: Imports System.IO

Categories : Vb.Net

Copy folders and exclude folder
I'd suggest splitting the problem into 4 subs. Firstly two subs to allow users to select a folder they desire for source and destination. The a button click event that starts the copying and finally a sub that actually handles the copying. Try this on for size: Dim CopyFromPath As String Dim CopyToPath As String Private Sub TextBox1_MouseClick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox1.MouseClick Dim fldbroser1 As New FolderBrowserDialog fldbroser1.RootFolder = Environment.SpecialFolder.MyMusic fldbroser1.ShowDialog() CopyFromPath = fldbroser1.SelectedPath End Sub Private Sub TextBox2_MouseClick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox2.MouseClick Dim fldbroser1 As New FolderBrowserDialog f

Categories : Vb.Net

Items_ItemAdd listener for folder and it's sub folders in Outlook
You need to install the event sink on each folder's Items collection. To make sure all Items objects are alive while your app runs, store Items in a list (e.g. List<Outlook.Items>)

Categories : C#

delete all the folders inside a parent folder
Try this : function del($dir) { foreach(glob($dir . '/*') as $file) { if(is_dir($file)) del($file); } rmdir($dir); } It will also delete nested folders

Categories : PHP

Converting folder of XML files to folder of HTML files
I think XQuery would be more convenient if you had all of your XML in a database, but on the filesystem XSLT may be simpler. I would just use Saxon-PE, and invoke it from a shell script. You could also use Automator.

Categories : HTML

Iterate through spreadsheets in a folder and collect a value from each
Its possible to pull that value youre interested in without opening each workbook. Its much more efficient and reliable. This code iterates through all files in the path variable and pulls values without opening the Excel files. It then prints the values starting at F20. You can then make another wrapper function to sum them up and delete or whatever you want. Hope this helps Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() Dim tool As String tool = CStr(Sheets("Sheet1").range("B9").Value) Dim path As String path = "T:EngineeringToolingTooling Control EngineeringPress Tool Inspection Records" & strToolNumber & "" Dim fname fname = Dir(CStr(path)) ' gets the filename of each file in each folder Do While fname <> "" If fname <> ThisWorkbook.Name

Categories : Excel

How can I split a folder with thousands of images into multiple sub-folders?
awk one-liner can do that. Consider this awk command: find . -name "*.JPG" | awk '!(++cnt%100) {"mkdir sub_" ++d|getline}' Run it inside the folder with 5000 images. This will create 50 folders with the names sub_1, sub_2...sub_50. Also to move files into these newly created directories: find . -type f | awk '{ a[++cnt] = $0 } cnt==100 { subd = "sub_" ++d; system("mkdir " subd); for (f in a) system("mv " a[f] " " subd); cnt=0 }'

Categories : Osx

why my jsp 's compiled files i.e java files n class files are not visible in work folder
You can find where the class resides (inside a jar or whatever), via: <!-- This classes URL: <%= getClass().getProtectionDomain().getCodeSource() .getLocation().toExternalForm(); %> --> The getLocation delivers an URL.

Categories : Jsp

How to Iterate a Registry Folder using Batch Script?
reg query "HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInstallerFolders"|find /i "Office14" >nul 2>&1 && set "RESULT=FOUND" echo %RESULT% appended after the question is answered: target string is: C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice14 REG_SZ getting the path name here is a bit difficult because of trailing spaces/tabs. I suggest a solution with sed for Windows: for /f "delims=" %%a in ('reg query "HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInstallerFolders"^|sed -nr "/\Office14\/Is/s+(.*)s+REG_SZ/1/p"') do SET "OFFICEPATH=%%~a" echo %OFFICEPATH% And a more advanced solution without sed: @ECHO OFF &SETLOCAL for /f "tokens=*" %%a in ('reg query "HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInstallerFolders"^|find /i "Office14"') do SET "OFFICEPATH=%%

Categories : Windows

Create the same multiple folder in all sub directory folders from excel list using VBA
Use an array for the subfolders and loop through that for each of your 1st level folders. Change this line vSubfolders = Array("A", "B", "C") to add/remove your second level folders Sub MakeFolders() Dim xdir As String Dim fso As Object Dim lstrow As Long Dim i As Long Dim vSubfolders Dim vSubFolder vSubfolders = Array("A", "B", "C") Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") lstrow = ActiveSheet.Cells(ActiveSheet.Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = 1 To lstrow xdir = "C:UsersNikkiSharedVIC" & Range("A" & i).Value If Not fso.FolderExists(xdir) Then fso.CreateFolder (xdir) End If For Each vSubFolder In vSubfolders If Not fso.FolderExists(xdir & "" & vSubFolder) Then fso.CreateFolder (xdir & "" & vSubFolder) End If Ne

Categories : Excel

Batch Renaming Folders in AppleScript, Will Only Change Names of Every Other Folder
Jart, the main issue was with the second loop, you need to be looping through every folder of the x folder variable instead. It appears that looping through the folder worked, but when you renamed them it caused an index issue resulting in only reading every 2nd folder. Here is a little reworking. renamed your variables from y and x to be less cryptic. changed the length test to support names > 9. i was unsure about the item at the end of the new name, and if it should be an incremented number instead. (you can easily revert) left in some log calls for your reference, these can help debug stuff tell application "Finder" -- Defining Pro Folders set pro_folder to folder POSIX file "/Users/Jart/Desktop/test" set all_pro_folders to every folder of pro_folder -- Iter

Categories : Osx

Randomly select 20 folders out of 50 in php, and then enumerate (thumbs) folder in each for thumbnails
First, save all galleries in an array. $storage = glob($galdir . '*', GLOB_ONLYDIR); Now, shuffle the array. shuffle($storage); You now have an array with all your galleries randomly sorted. Loop through them again. for($i = 0; $i < 20; $i++) { //Only 20 echo $storage[$i]; //Directory name. Add your HTML stuff here }

Categories : PHP

needing to iterate through a folder and store documents into a variable
Generally speaking, your request is not practical because a variable can hold at most 8191 characters. It would not take that many files to exceed the capacity of a variable. But if you know the number of files is relatively small, and the file name lengths are not particularly large, then the following will work most of the time. @echo off setlocal enableDelayedExpansion set "loc=," for %%F in (*) do (set loc=!loc!"%%F",) set "loc=!loc:~1,-1!" echo !loc! The above fails in the rare cases where a file name contains ! because delayed expansion corrupts the value of %%F when it contains !. The fix is to start out with delayed expansion off, and then toggle it on and off within the loop. An extra FOR /F loop is used to transport the value of !loc! accross the ENDLOCAL barrier. @echo off

Categories : Windows

Copying files from one folder to another & rename at destination folder using shell scripting
Write this script: #!/bin/sh for f in $1/*; do read -p "New name for $f:" g scp $f $2/$g done And then on the command line: ./my-script.sh folder-a folder-b

Categories : Linux

Rename files recursively by adding them the folder's name and move them into another folder
This is a little bit tricky on windows ;) But you can do it the following way: create 2 batch files outside the folder which should be "scanned" first one should be named findfiles.bat forfiles /p %1 /s /c "cmd /c if @isdir==FALSE %~p0 enameit.bat @relpath @file %1 %~p0" the second one should be named renameit.bat @echo off set oldname=%1 set oldname=%oldname:.=% set oldname=%oldname:"=% set tmpname=%2 set newname=%oldname:=_% set newname=%newname:"=% move "%4%3\%oldname%" "%4%3\%newname%" now you can execute the findfiles.bat with the main folder as parameter. (so in your example : Pictures) So for example if your Pictures folder resides in D: then create the 2 batch files in D: then go to cmd and execute findfiles.bat Pictures But be careful! Try to execute this on a copy of y

Categories : Windows

how can I copy the files in path.txt to new folder with same folder structure?
You dont't need to read a list from a file. You could simply try this in command prompt: xcopy "full path to your folder" "full path destination folder" /e Below is what you get if you type xcopy /? in command prompt: Copies files and directory trees. XCOPY source [destination] [/A | /M] [/D[:date]] [/P] [/S [/E]] [/V] [/W] [/C] [/I] [/Q] [/F] [/L] [/G] [/H] [/R] [/T] [/U] [/K] [/N] [/O] [/X] [/Y] [/-Y] [/Z] [/EXCLUDE:file1[+file2][+file3]...] source Specifies the file(s) to copy. destination Specifies the location and/or name of new files. /A Copies only files with the archive attribute set, doesn't change the attribute. /M Copies only files with the arc

Categories : Batch File

c# copying files from source folder to target folder
You can check for each file if it exists this way: string curFile = @"c: emp est.txt"; Console.WriteLine(File.Exists(curFile) ? "File exists." : "File does not exist."); put this inside your loop. then copy those files there. MSDN CODE: // Simple synchronous file copy operations with no user interface. // To run this sample, first create the following directories and files: // C:UsersPublicTestFolder // C:UsersPublicTestFolder est.txt // C:UsersPublicTestFolderSubDir est.txt public class SimpleFileCopy { static void Main() { string fileName = "test.txt"; string sourcePath = @"C:UsersPublicTestFolder"; string targetPath = @"C:UsersPublicTestFolderSubDir"; // Use Path class to manipulate file and directory paths. string sourceFile

Categories : C#

Move all files and Subdirectories from a folder to another Subdirectory of the same folder
This is gonna be very simple. Directory.Move("SourcePath", "DestinationPath"); Process all directories in the source folder and use the above syntax for each and every folder using forloop or foreach to move to your destination folder.

Categories : C#

How to include multiple class files and .Jar files in class path which exist in sub folders in linux?
Use below command: export CLASSPATH="$CLASSPATH:xyz.jar**:**path_to_abc.jar.jar" You basically have to append to the classpath, all the new entries that you want. To do so, just make use of ':' in linux and ';' in windows.

Categories : Java

Google Drive - Change owner on folder, sub-folders and content, while saving tree structure
Sorry this answer is late but I figure the answer would be helpful either way. 1) Apps Script doesn't have the ability to suppress the notification email but Google's most recent version of the Drive SDK does allow for this. You just need to append "?sendNotificationEmails=false" to the url that you're sending your request to. You can run a test on the linked page to see exactly what the query string looks like. 2) The folders actually do maintain their structure. There is just the consequence of a user getting ownership of each of those folders explicitly. Since the rights are given one folder at a time, the user gets access one folder at a time so they show up individually in the user's Drive documents. Still, a Drive file/folder's sharing is stored separately from its parent folder me

Categories : Google Apps Script

Batch Script to find Folder Length of 2 alpha-numerics only and delete thos folders
this will delete all empty folders with two characters or less: for /f %%i in ('dir /b /ad ??') do rd %%i If you want also not-empty folders to be deleted: for /f %%i in ('dir /b /ad ??') do rd %%i /s /q If you use it not within a batchfile but as a single command, replace every %%i with %i EDIT (exclude a folder): for /f %%i in ('dir /b /ad ??') do ( if "%%i" neq "FP" rd %%i /s /q )

Categories : Regex

How to add all new folders and files to Git?
Keep in mind that you cannot add folders under revision. The only thing you can add to git is content. If you want to add empty folders. Add empty files in them and add them to git however you want. One trick to add everything you want is to use the interactive mode of git. git add -i if you press numbers, you can switch from one menu to the other 2) Add changes 3) Revert changes 4) Untracked files 5) Patch I suggest to explore this command. When you are in a menu, enter the number of the file in the list. Ranges are also accepted. like 1-10 will select files from 1 to 10. -5-7 will unselect files from 5 to 7 Also if some files aren't visible in the lists, but should be visible check that you don't have a gitignore file somewhere that hides them.

Categories : GIT

files with same name in different folders
Try this to get the files which have names in common: cd dir1 find . -type f | sort > /tmp/dir1.txt cd dir2 find . -type f | sort > /tmp/dir2.txt comm -12 /tmp/dir1.txt /tmp/dir2.txt Then use a loop to do whatever you need: for filename in "$(comm -12 /tmp/dir1.txt /tmp/dir2.txt)"; do cat "dir1/$filename" cat "dir2/$filename" done

Categories : Linux

How to concatenate files from different folders
Depending on your shell, this might work : cat {folder1,folder2,folder3}/output_*.txt. It uses brace expansion which is implemented in : Bash Zsh

Categories : Unix

Ignore files and consider only sub-folders
As to your first question, bizarrely enough for d in ./*/; do echo $d; done only gave me directories, even in /bin/sh. That sounds altogether too straightforward to be correct, though. Alternatively, you may try find . -type d -maxdepth 1 (find type directory, only one level deep), which will include hidden directories and . itself.

Categories : Shell

folders downloading as files in ftp
The FTP methods don't support downloading of folders, or recursion, by themselves, so there's no other way I can think of doing this but what I've suggested below. Change the method so you can differentiate between files and directories and handle them accordingly. Change $ftprequest.Method = [System.Net.WebRequestMethods+Ftp]::ListDirectory to $ftprequest.Method = [System.Net.WebRequestMethods+Ftp]::ListDirectoryDetails Which will list in this format: -rwxrwxrwx 1 owner group 277632 Mar 4 17:15 xml_socket.log.rar Directories will have a d in place of the - at the start of the line. Here is an amended try block that will match only files so you can pass to the downloadFtp function: try { if(!($filename -match '^d')){if((Test-Path ("C:emsdropbox"+$filename.Spl

Categories : Powershell



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