Sack Library Documentation

The following table lists functions in this documentation.

This is function sack::filesys::ExpandPath. 
returns pointer passed (if it worked?) 
This is a new feature added for supporting systems without a current file location. This gets an integer ID of a group of files by name.
the name 'default' is used to specify files to go into the 'current working directory'
There are some special symbols. . = use CurrentPath @ = use program path base ^ = use program startup path (may not be current) 
This is function sack::filesys::GetFileGroupText. 
An extended function, which returns a _64 bit time appropriate for the current platform. This is meant to replace 'stat'. It can get all commonly checked attributes of a file. 
This is function sack::filesys::GetFileWriteTime. 
result is length of name filled into pResult if pResult == NULL && nResult = 0 the result will the be length of the name matching the file. 
Returns the size of the file. 
This is function sack::filesys::GetTimeAsFileTime. 
This is function sack::filesys::IsAbsolutePath. 
A boolean result function whether a specified name is a directory or not. (if not, assumes it's a file). 
Creates a directory. If parent peices of the directory do not exist, those parts are created also. 
searches a path for the first '/' or 
searches a path for the last '/' or 
This is function sack::filesys::pathrchr. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_close. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_creat. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fclose. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fgets. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fopen. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fread. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fseek. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fsopen. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_fwrite. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iclose. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_icreat. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_ilseek. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iopen. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iopenfile. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iread. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iset_eof. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_iwrite. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_lseek. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_openfile. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_prepend_path. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_read. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_rename. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_rmdir. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_set_eof. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_tell. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_unlink. 
This is function sack::filesys::sack_write. 
This is function sack::filesys::ScanDrives. 
ScanFiles usage: base - base path to scan mask - file mask to process if NULL or "*" is everything "*.*" must contain a . pInfo is a pointer to a void* - this pointer is used to maintain internal information... Process is called with the full name of any matching files subcurse is a flag - set to go into all subdirectories looking for files. There is no way to abort the scan... 
This is function sack::filesys::SetCurrentPath. 
This is function sack::filesys::SetDefaultFilePath. 
This is function sack::filesys::SetFileLength. 
This is function sack::filesys::SetFileWriteTime. 
This is function sack::filesys::SetGroupFilePath. 
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