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Qt 3 Support Members for QDir

The following class members are part of the Qt 3 support layer. They are provided to help you port old code to Qt 4. We advise against using them in new code.

Public Functions

QString absFilePath ( const QString & fileName, bool acceptAbsPath = true ) const
QString absPath () const
void convertToAbs ()
QFileInfoList entryInfoList ( const QString & nameFilter, Filters filters = NoFilter, SortFlags sort = NoSort ) const
QStringList entryList ( const QString & nameFilter, Filters filters = NoFilter, SortFlags sort = NoSort ) const
bool matchAllDirs () const
bool mkdir ( const QString & dirName, bool acceptAbsPath ) const
QString nameFilter () const
bool rmdir ( const QString & dirName, bool acceptAbsPath ) const
void setMatchAllDirs ( bool on )
void setNameFilter ( const QString & nameFilter )

Static Public Members

QString cleanDirPath ( const QString & name )
QString convertSeparators ( const QString & pathName )
QString currentDirPath ()
QString homeDirPath ()
QString rootDirPath ()

Member Function Documentation

QString QDir::absFilePath ( const QString & fileName, bool acceptAbsPath = true ) const

Use absoluteFilePath(fileName) instead.

The acceptAbsPath parameter is ignored.

QString QDir::absPath () const

Use absolutePath() instead.

QString QDir::cleanDirPath ( const QString & name )   [static]

Use cleanPath() instead.

QString QDir::convertSeparators ( const QString & pathName )   [static]

Use QDir::toNativeSeparators() instead.

void QDir::convertToAbs ()

Use makeAbsolute() instead.

QString QDir::currentDirPath ()   [static]

Returns the absolute path of the application's current directory.

Use currentPath() instead.

See also currentPath().

QFileInfoList QDir::entryInfoList ( const QString & nameFilter, Filters filters = NoFilter, SortFlags sort = NoSort ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Use the overload that takes a name filter string list as first argument instead of a combination of attribute filter flags.

QStringList QDir::entryList ( const QString & nameFilter, Filters filters = NoFilter, SortFlags sort = NoSort ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Use the overload that takes a name filter string list as first argument instead of a combination of attribute filter flags.

QString QDir::homeDirPath ()   [static]

Returns the absolute path of the user's home directory.

Use homePath() instead.

See also homePath().

bool QDir::matchAllDirs () const

Use filter() & AllDirs instead.

See also setMatchAllDirs().

bool QDir::mkdir ( const QString & dirName, bool acceptAbsPath ) const

Use mkdir(dirName) instead.

The acceptAbsPath parameter is ignored.

QString QDir::nameFilter () const

Use nameFilters() instead.

See also setNameFilter().

bool QDir::rmdir ( const QString & dirName, bool acceptAbsPath ) const

Use rmdir(dirName) instead.

The acceptAbsPath parameter is ignored.

QString QDir::rootDirPath ()   [static]

Returns the absolute path of the root directory.

Use rootPath() instead.

See also rootPath().

void QDir::setMatchAllDirs ( bool on )

Use setFilter() instead.

See also matchAllDirs().

void QDir::setNameFilter ( const QString & nameFilter )

Use setNameFilters() instead.

The nameFilter is a wildcard (globbing) filter that understands "*" and "?" wildcards. (See QRegExp wildcard matching.) You may specify several filter entries, each separated by spaces or by semicolons.

For example, if you want entryList() and entryInfoList() to list all files ending with either ".cpp" or ".h", you would use either dir.setNameFilters("*.cpp *.h") or dir.setNameFilters("*.cpp;*.h").

For example, if you have code like

 QString filter = "*.cpp *.cxx *.cc";
 dir.setNameFilter(filter);

you can rewrite it as

 QString filter = "*.cpp *.cxx *.cc";
 dir.setNameFilters(filter.split(' '));

See also nameFilter().


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