How to use the scandir.DirEntry function in scandir

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github benhoyt / scandir / test / View on Github external
def test_iter_returns_dir_entry(self):
            it = scandir.scandir(TEST_PATH)
            entry = next(it)
            assert isinstance(entry, scandir.DirEntry)
github bleachbit / bleachbit / bleachbit / View on Github external
if 'posix' ==
    from bleachbit.General import WindowsError
    pywinerror = WindowsError

    from scandir import walk
    if 'nt' ==
        import scandir
        import bleachbit.Windows

        class _Win32DirEntryPython(scandir.Win32DirEntryPython):
            def is_symlink(self):
                return super(_Win32DirEntryPython, self).is_symlink() or bleachbit.Windows.is_junction(self.path)

        scandir.scandir = scandir.scandir_python
        scandir.DirEntry = scandir.Win32DirEntryPython = _Win32DirEntryPython
except ImportError:
        'scandir is not available, so falling back to slower os.walk()')
    from os import walk

def open_files_linux():
    return glob.iglob("/proc/*/fd/*")

def open_files_lsof(run_lsof=None):
    if run_lsof is None:
        def run_lsof():
            return subprocess.check_output(["lsof", "-Fn", "-n"])
    for f in run_lsof().split("\n"):
        if f.startswith("n/"):