method path

Documentation for method path assembled from the following types:

class Cool

From Cool

(Cool) method path

Defined as:

method path()

DEPRECATED. It's been deprecated as of the 6.d version. Will be removed in the next ones.

Stringifies the invocant and converts it to IO::Path object. Use the .IO method instead.

class Proc::Async

From Proc::Async

(Proc::Async) method path

method path(Proc::Async:D:)

Deprecated as of v6.d. Use command instead.

Returns the name and/or path of the external program that was passed to the new method as first argument.

class IO::Pipe

From IO::Pipe

(IO::Pipe) method path

Defined as:

method path(IO::Pipe: --> IO::Path:U)

Returns an IO::Path type object.

class IO::CatHandle

From IO::CatHandle

(IO::CatHandle) method path

Defined as:

method path(IO::CatHandle:D:)

Returns the value of .path attribute of the currently active source handle, or Nil if the source handle queue has been exhausted. Basically, if your CatHandle is based on files, this is the way to get the path of the file the CatHandle is currently reading from.

(my $f1 = 'foo'.IO).spurt: "A\nB\nC";
(my $f2 = 'bar'.IO).spurt: "D\nE";
 
my $line;
my $cat = IO::CatHandle.new: :on-switch{ $line = 1 }$f1$f2;
say "{$cat.path}:{$line++} $_" for $cat.lines;
# OUTPUT: 
# foo:1 A 
# foo:2 B 
# foo:3 C 
# bar:1 D 
# bar:2 E 

class IO::Handle

From IO::Handle

(IO::Handle) method path

Defined as:

method path(IO::Handle:D:)

For a handle opened on a file this returns the IO::Path that represents the file. For the standard I/O handles $*IN, $*OUT, and $*ERR it returns an IO::Special object.

class X::IO::Unlink

From X::IO::Unlink

(X::IO::Unlink) method path

Returns the path that unlink failed to delete.

class X::IO::Rmdir

From X::IO::Rmdir

(X::IO::Rmdir) method path

Returns the path rmdir failed to remove

class X::IO::Mkdir

From X::IO::Mkdir

(X::IO::Mkdir) method path

Returns the path that the mkdir operation failed to create.

class X::IO::Dir

From X::IO::Dir

(X::IO::Dir) method path

Returns the path that dir failed to read.

class X::IO::Chdir

From X::IO::Chdir

(X::IO::Chdir) method path

Returns the path that was passed to the failed chdir call.

class X::IO::DoesNotExist

From X::IO::DoesNotExist

(X::IO::DoesNotExist) method path

Returns the path that was passed to the failed call.

class IO::Spec::Win32

From IO::Spec::Win32

(IO::Spec::Win32) method path

Defined as:

method path(--> Seq:D)

Splits the value of %*ENV<PATH> (or %*ENV<Path> if the former is not set) on semicolons (";") and returns a Seq with each of the resultant parts, always adding element "." to the head. Removes all double quotes (") it finds.

%*ENV<PATH> = 'foo;"bar"/"ber"';
IO::Spec::Win32.path.perl.say# OUTPUT: «(".", "foo", "bar/ber").Seq␤»

class IO::Spec::Unix

From IO::Spec::Unix

(IO::Spec::Unix) method path

Defined as:

method path(--> Seq:D)

Splits the value of %*ENV<PATH> on colons (":"), replaces empty parts with ".", and returns a Seq with each of the resultant parts. Returns an empty Seq if %*ENV<PATH> is not set or is an empty string.

%*ENV<PATH> = 'foo:bar/ber::foo:';
IO::Spec::Unix.path.perl.say;
# OUTPUT: «("foo", "bar/ber", ".", "foo", ".").Seq␤»