|$handle = Net::FTPServer::Handle->new ($ftps);||Create a new handle. You would normally call this from a derived class.|
|$rv = $handle->equals ($other_handle);||Decide if two handles refer to the same thing (file or directory).|
|($mode, $perms, $nlink, $user, $group, $size, $time) = $handle->status;||
Return the file or directory status. The fields returned are:
In derived classes, some of this status information may well be synthesized, since virtual filesystems will often not contain information in a Unix-like format.
|$name = $handle->pathname;||
Return the full path of this file or directory. The path consists of
all components separated by / characters.
If the object is a directory, then the pathname will have a / character at the end.
|$name = $handle->filename;||Return the filename part of the path. If the file is a directory, then this function returns "".|
|$name = $handle->dirname;||Return the directory name part of the path. The directory name always has a trailing / character.|
|$rv = $handle->move ($dirh, $filename);||
Move the current file (or directory) into directory $dirh and
call it $filename. If the operation is successful, return 0,
else return -1.
Underlying filesystems may impose limitations on moves: for example, it may not be possible to move a directory; it may not be possible to move a file to another directory; it may not be possible to move a file across filesystems.
|$rv = $handle->delete;||
Delete the current file or directory. If the delete command was
successful, then return 0, else if there was an error return -1.
Different underlying file systems may impose restrictions on this command: for example, it may not be possible to delete directories, or only if they are empty.
This is a virtual function which is actually implemented in one of the subclasses.
Richard Jones (email@example.com).
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