f32file.h File Reference

const TInt KDefaultDrive

const TIntKDefaultDrive

The session default drive.

const TInt KDriveAbsent

const TIntKDriveAbsent

Indicates a drive letter which is not in use.

This is useful when scanning a drive list to find which drives are available.

const TInt KFileServerDefaultMessageSlots

const TIntKFileServerDefaultMessageSlots

The default value for the number of message slots passed to RFs::Connect().


const TInt KEntryArraySize

const TIntKEntryArraySize

The size of the array of TEntry items contained in a TEntryArray object.

TEntryArray TEntry

const TInt KPathDelimiter

const TIntKPathDelimiter

The character used to separate directories in the path name.

const TInt KDriveDelimiter

const TIntKDriveDelimiter

The character used to separate the drive letter from the path.

const TInt KExtDelimiter

const TIntKExtDelimiter

The character used to separate the filename from the extension.

const TInt KMaxDrives

const TIntKMaxDrives

The maximum number of available drives.

const TInt KMaxProxyDrives

const TIntKMaxProxyDrives

The maximum number of available proxy drives.

Typedef TDriveList

typedef TBuf8< KMaxDrives >TDriveList

Defines a modifiable buffer descriptor to contain a drive list.

The descriptor has maximum length KMaxDrives, sufficient to contain all possible drive letters.

RFs::DriveList KMaxDrives

const TInt KMaxDriveName

const TIntKMaxDriveName

The maximum length of a drivename.

Sufficient for a drive letter and colon.

Typedef TDriveName

typedef TBuf< KMaxDriveName >TDriveName

Defines a modifiable buffer descriptor to contain a drive name.

A drive name comprises a drive letter (A through Z) and a colon. KMaxDriveName (2 bytes) is sufficient for a drive letter and colon.

TDriveUnit::Name KMaxDriveName

const TInt KMaxFSNameLength

const TIntKMaxFSNameLength

The maximum length of a file system name or file system sub type name. 32 characters is sufficient for a file system or sub type name.

Typedef TFSName

typedef TBuf< KMaxFSNameLength >TFSName

Defines a modifiable buffer descriptor to contain a file system or file system sub type name.


const TUint KEntryAttNormal

const TUintKEntryAttNormal

File/directory attribute: any file without the hidden or system attribute.

const TUint KEntryAttReadOnly

const TUintKEntryAttReadOnly

File/directory attribute: read-only file or directory.

const TUint KEntryAttHidden

const TUintKEntryAttHidden

File/directory attribute: hidden file or directory.

const TUint KEntryAttSystem

const TUintKEntryAttSystem

File/directory attribute: system file.

const TUint KEntryAttVolume

const TUintKEntryAttVolume

File/directory attribute: volume name directory.

const TUint KEntryAttDir

const TUintKEntryAttDir

File/directory attribute: a directory without the hidden or system attribute.

const TUint KEntryAttArchive

const TUintKEntryAttArchive

File/directory attribute: an archive file.

const TUint KEntryAttXIP

const TUintKEntryAttXIP

File/directory attribute: ROM eXecute In Place file

const TUint KEntryAttRemote

const TUintKEntryAttRemote

This file attribute bit is set if the file exists only on a remote file system and is not locally cached.

Due to the potential high-latency of remote file systems, applications (or users of applications) may make use of this bit to modify their behaviour when working with remote files.

This is a read-only attribute, so any attempt to set this attribute will will be ignored.

const TUint KEntryAttMaskFileSystemSpecific

const TUintKEntryAttMaskFileSystemSpecific

The range of entry attributes reserved for file-system specific meanings. File systems may assign meaning to these bits, but their definition will not be supported nor maintained by Symbian.

All other file attribute bits are reserved for use by Symbian.

The following table summarises the assignment of attribute bits:

0 - KEntryAttReadOnly 1 - KEntryAttHidden 2 - KEntryAttSystem 3 - KEntryAttVolume

4 - KEntryAttDir 6 - KEntryAttArchive 7 - KEntryAttXIP

8 - KEntryAttRemote 9 - Reserved 10 - Reserved 11 - Reserved

12 - Reserved 13 - Reserved 14 - Reserved 15 - Reserved

16 - File System Specific 17 - File System Specific 18 - File System Specific 19 - File System Specific

20 - File System Specific 22 - File System Specific 22 - File System Specific 23 - File System Specific

24 - KEntryAttPacked 25 - Reserved 26 - Reserved 27 - KEntryAttMatchExclude

28 - KEntryAttAllowUid 29 - Reserved 30 - KEntryAttMatchExclusive 31 - Reserved

const TUint KEntryAttMatchMask

const TUintKEntryAttMatchMask

Bit mask for matching file and directory entries.

This mask ensures that directories and hidden and system files are matched.

(Note that KEntryAttNormal matches all entry types except directories, hidden and system entries).


const TUint KEntryAttMaskSupported

const TUintKEntryAttMaskSupported

Bit mask for matching file and directory entries.

This is used when all entry types, including hidden and system files, but excluding the volume entry are to be matched.


const TUint KEntryAttMatchExclusive

const TUintKEntryAttMatchExclusive

Bit mask for matching file and directory entries.

This is used for exclusive matching. When OR'ed with one or more file attribute constants, for example, KEntryAttNormal, it ensures that only the files with those attributes are matched. When OR ed with KEntryAttDir, directories only (not hidden or system) are matched.

KEntryAttDir KEntryAttNormal RFs::GetDir

const TUint KEntryAttUnique

const TUintKEntryAttUnique

Bit mask for feature manager file entries.

It is used in order to identify each ROM feature set data file uniquely in the mount order of ROM sections.

const TUint KEntryAttMatchExclude

const TUintKEntryAttMatchExclude

Bit mask for matching file and directory entries.

It is used to exclude files or directories with certain attributes from directory listings. This bitmask has the opposite effect to KEntryAttMatchExclusive. For example:


excludes all read only entries from the directory listing.

lists only read only entries.

KEntryAttMatchExclusive RFs::GetDir

const TUint KEntryAttAllowUid

const TUintKEntryAttAllowUid

Bit mask for matching file and directory entries.

Bit mask flag used when UID information should be included in the directory entry listing.


const TUint KEntryAttPacked

const TUintKEntryAttPacked

Indicates that a TEntry (that is generally returned from a TEntryArray) is stored in packed format where the iSizeHigh and iReserved fields follow the valid characters of the name string. Before accessing the aforementioned members, the entry must be unpacked.

const TUint KMaxMapsPerCall

const TUintKMaxMapsPerCall

const TUint KFileShareMask

const TUintKFileShareMask

Bit mask provided for retrieving a file's share mode.


Typedef TBlockArrayDes

typedef TBuf8< KMaxMapsPerCall *sizeof(TBlockMapEntry)>TBlockArrayDes

Typedef TVolFormatParamBuf

typedef TPckgBuf< TVolFormatParam >TVolFormatParamBuf

package buffer for the objects of class TVolFormatParamBuf

Typedef CFileList

typedef CDir CFileList

Contains a list of entries for the files which were opened in a file server session.


const TInt KFileServerUidValue

const TIntKFileServerUidValue

The UID of the File Server process