Struct fatfs::DirEntry

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pub struct DirEntry<'a, IO: ReadWriteSeek, TP, OCC> { /* private fields */ }
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A FAT directory entry.

DirEntry is returned by DirIter when reading a directory.

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impl<'a, IO: ReadWriteSeek, TP, OCC: OemCpConverter> DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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pub fn short_file_name(&self) -> String

Returns short file name.

Non-ASCII characters are replaced by the replacement character (U+FFFD).

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pub fn short_file_name_as_bytes(&self) -> &[u8]

Returns short file name as byte array slice.

Characters are encoded in the OEM codepage.

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pub fn long_file_name_as_ucs2_units(&self) -> Option<&[u16]>

Returns long file name as u16 array slice.

Characters are encoded in the UCS-2 encoding.

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pub fn file_name(&self) -> String

Returns long file name or if it doesn’t exist fallbacks to short file name.

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pub fn attributes(&self) -> FileAttributes

Returns file attributes.

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pub fn is_dir(&self) -> bool

Checks if entry belongs to directory.

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pub fn is_file(&self) -> bool

Checks if entry belongs to regular file.

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pub fn to_file(&self) -> File<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

Returns File struct for this entry.

Panics if this is not a file.

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pub fn to_dir(&self) -> Dir<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

Returns Dir struct for this entry.

Panics if this is not a directory.

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pub fn len(&self) -> u64

Returns file size or 0 for directory.

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pub fn created(&self) -> DateTime

Returns file creation date and time.

Resolution of the time field is 1/100s.

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pub fn accessed(&self) -> Date

Returns file last access date.

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pub fn modified(&self) -> DateTime

Returns file last modification date and time.

Resolution of the time field is 2s.

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pub fn eq_name(&self, name: &str) -> bool

Performs a case-insensitive comparison against the given name.

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impl<'a, IO: Clone + ReadWriteSeek, TP: Clone, OCC: Clone> Clone for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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fn clone(&self) -> DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl<IO: ReadWriteSeek, TP, OCC> Debug for DirEntry<'_, IO, TP, OCC>

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), Error>

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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impl<'a, IO, TP, OCC> !RefUnwindSafe for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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impl<'a, IO, TP, OCC> !Send for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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impl<'a, IO, TP, OCC> !Sync for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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impl<'a, IO, TP, OCC> Unpin for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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impl<'a, IO, TP, OCC> !UnwindSafe for DirEntry<'a, IO, TP, OCC>

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