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std::experimental::filesystem::recursive_directory_iterator::disable_recursion_pending: std::experimental::filesystem::recursive_directory_iterator::disable_recursion_pending

NAME

std::experimental::filesystem::recursive_directory_iterator::disable_recursion_pending - std::experimental::filesystem::recursive_directory_iterator::disable_recursion_pending

Synopsis


void disable_recursion_pending(); (filesystem TS)


Disables recursion to the currently referred subdirectory, if any.
The call modifies the pending recursion flag on the iterator in such a way that the next time increment is called, the iterator will advance within the current directly even if it is currently referring to a subdirectory that hasn't been visited.
The status of the pending recursion flag can be queried with recursion_pending(), which is false after this call. It is reset back to true after increment, and its initial value is also true.
The behavior is undefined if *this is the end iterator.

Parameters


(none)

Return value


(none)

Exceptions


(none)

Example


// Run this code


  #include <fstream>
  #include <iostream>
  #include <string>
  #include <experimental/filesystem>
  namespace fs = std::experimental::filesystem;


  int main()
  {
      fs::create_directories("sandbox/a/b/c");
      fs::create_directories("sandbox/a/b/d/e");
      std::ofstream("sandbox/a/b/file1.txt");
      fs::create_symlink("a", "sandbox/syma");
      for(auto i = fs::recursive_directory_iterator("sandbox");
               i != fs::recursive_directory_iterator();
             ++i ) {
          std::cout << std::string(i.depth(), ' ') << *i;
          if(fs::is_symlink(i->symlink_status()))
              std::cout << " -> " << fs::read_symlink(*i);
          std::cout << '\n';


          // do not descend into "b"
          if(i->path().filename() == "b")
              i.disable_recursion_pending();
      }
      fs::remove_all("sandbox");
  }

Output:


  "sandbox/a"
   "sandbox/a/b"
  "sandbox/syma" -> "a"

See also


                  checks whether the recursion is disabled for the current directory
recursion_pending (public member function)
                  advances to the next entry
increment (public member function)
operator++