File System Query. Working with the file system is too verbose. Let's make it more like JQuery.
File System Query.
Working with the file system is too verbose.
FSQuery provides a way of thinking about the file system inspired by JQuery.
An FSQuery is created from a particular director with a number of terms added as modifiers.
A simple example :
from fsquery import FSQuery fsq = FSQuery("/home/myaccount").NoFollow(".git").Ext(".py").FileOnly() for n in fsq : print(n.abs)
This FSQuery searches all directories under /home/myaccount, except directories with ".git" in their name.
It matches files with a ".py" extension. And the FileOnly() suppresses returning directories.
See more documentation on the README on GitHub.
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