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symfony/filesystem v7.0.6

Provides basic utilities for the filesystem
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10 Jan 2012
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21 Mar 2024
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3 Packages, Including:
symfony/filesystem@v7.0.6
symfony/polyfill-ctype@v1.29.0
symfony/polyfill-mbstring@v1.29.0
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symfony/polyfill-ctypev1.29.0-MIT
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symfony/polyfill-mbstringv1.29.0-MIT
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does symfony/filesystem do?

Symfony's Filesystem component is a practical utility that provides basic functions for managing the file system. This PHP package simplifies common tasks such as creating directories, managing file permissions, modifying files, and much more. It is designed to seamlessly handle cross-platform differences and make file system operations easier and more reliable.

How do you use symfony/filesystem?

To use symfony/filesystem, you need to first install it through Composer. Here's how:

composer require symfony/filesystem

After installation, you can use it in your code as follows:

<?php

use Symfony\Component\Filesystem\Filesystem;

$fs = new Filesystem();

// check if a file or directory exists
if ($fs->exists('path/to/file')) {
    echo "The file or directory exists.";
}

// create a new directory
$fs->mkdir('path/to/directory');

// copy a file
$fs->copy('path/to/source', 'path/to/destination');

// remove a file or directory
$fs->remove('path/to/target');

The above examples illustrate only a fraction of the possibilities provided by Symfony's Filesystem component. You can access a wealth of functions to manipulate files and directories with simplicity and reliability.

Where are the symfony/filesystem docs?

The full documentation for Symfony's Filesystem component is available on the Symfony website. You can access detailed explanations, comprehensive guides, and additional examples at Symfony Filesystem Documentation. This resource is continuously updated and provides in-depth information about the component's features and usage patterns.