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    Smile Sort folders/files alphabetically with jQuery

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephane3d View Post
    Hi,

    This script works pretty well except that the files list is not ordered. I'd like to sort it alphabetically. Any idea how to do that?

    For example, I got this:

    0012.jpg
    0011.pdf
    0024.pdf
    0004.jpg
    0018.pdf
    0008.pdf

    While I'd like to get this:

    0004.jpg
    0008.pdf
    0011.pdf
    0012.jpg
    0018.pdf
    0024.pdf

    Thanks for any help.
    Before sorting the listed files/directories alphabetically, I coverted the function into the way listing the files/directories in list(ul/li) manner instead of the current 'intent' one. I reckon the list way is the most proper way to list nested items. Here is the new function:

    PHP Code:
    function getDirectory$path '.'){      
        
        
    $ignore = array( 'cgi-bin''.''..' );
        
    // Directories to ignore when listing output. Many hosts
        // will deny PHP access to the cgi-bin.

        
    $dh = @opendir$path );
        
    // Open the directory to the handle $dh
        
        
    while( false !== ( $file readdir$dh ) ) ){
        
    // Loop through the directory
            
            
    if( !in_array$file$ignore ) ){
            
    // Check that this file is not to be ignored
                
                // Just to add spacing to the list, to better
                // show the directory tree.
                
                
    if( is_dir"$path/$file" ) ){
                
    // Its a directory, so we need to keep reading down...
                
                                   
                    //Add a class as selector for the jQuery sorting later.
                    
    echo "<li>$file<ul class='has-children'>"
                    
    getDirectory"$path/$file");
                    
    // Re-call this same function but on a new directory.
                    // this is what makes function recursive.
                    
    echo "</li>";
                
                } else {
                
                    echo 
    "<li>$file</li>";
                    
    // Just print out the filename
                
                
    }
                
                
            
            }
            
        
        
        }
        echo 
    "</ul>";
        
    closedir$dh );
        
    // Close the directory handle

    }
    //Add a class as selector for the jQuery sorting later.
    echo "<ul class='has-children'>";
    getDirectory"." ); 
    Then add the following jQuery codes to sort the lists:

    Code:
    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js"></script>
    <script>
    $(function() {   
    $('ul.has-children').each(function() {
    	var $t=$(this);
    	var Li=$t.find('>li').get();
    	Li.sort(function(a, b) {
                 var A = $(a).text().toUpperCase();
                 var B = $(b).text().toUpperCase();
                 if (A < B) return -1;    // changing to 1 to sort in DESC order...
                 if (A > B) return 1;     // changing to -1 to sort in DESC order...
               return 0;
            });
    	 $.each(Li,function(i,v) {
    	      $t.append(v);
    	  });
    });
    </script>
    Have fun

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    Hi! I was looking for a code snippet for directory traversal and i found tours (i feel too lazy tonight to do it by myself)
    I tested on linux and works ok, on windows ok except for long paths.

    And I actually need to index some dirs and files that have a really deep dir structure.
    It just freezes when the path is longer than 255...
    Do you have any ideas on how i can traverse such a structure?
    Thank you very much!
    Any help is really appreciated!

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    I like (turtles) natcasesort($files);

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    To be honest, I don't really like the supressing of potentional errors( @opendir ).
    I was actually creating an online file management system, and already had this coded. (Currently secured it by IP Access).

    PHP Code:
    <?php

        
    if($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] != 'YOUR_IP') {
            
            die(
    "Only the webmaster can access this page's content. Please go back and open another file.");
            
        } else {
        
            if(isset(
    $_GET['dir'])) {
            
                if(
    $_GET['dir'] == "www") {
        
                    
    $dir './';
                
                } else {
                
                    
    $dir $_GET['dir'];
                
                }
            
            } else {
            
                
    $dir '.';
                
            } 
            
            if(
    $dir != '.') {
                
    $dirlist explode('/'$dir);
                
    $back substr_replace($dir''strpos($dir'/'.end($dirlist)), strlen('/'.end($dirlist)));
                
                echo 
    '<a href="./management.php?dir='.$back.'">< Go back</a><br /><br />';
            }
            
            
    $dirlist = array();
            
    $filelist = array();
            
    $i 0;
            
            foreach(new 
    DirectoryIterator($dir) as $file) {
                
                if((!
    $file->isDot()) && ($file->getFilename() != basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']))) {
                    
                    if(
    $file->isDir()) {
                    
                        
    $dirlist[$i]['dir'] = $dir;
                        
    $dirlist[$i]['name'] = $file->GetFilename();
                        
    $dirlist[$i]['type'] = $file->GetType();
                        
                    } else {

                        
    $filelist[$i]['dir'] = $dir;
                        
    $filelist[$i]['name'] = $file->GetFilename();
                        
    $filelist[$i]['type'] = $file->GetType();
                        
    $filelist[$i]['size'] = $file->getSize();
                        
    $filelist[$i]['lmod'] = $file->getMTime();
                    
                    }
                    
                    
    $i++;
            
                }
            
            }        
            
            echo 
    '<table border="1px">';
            echo 
    '<tr>';
            echo 
    '<th>File Name</th>';
            echo 
    '<th>File Type</th>';
            echo 
    '<th>File Size</th>';
            echo 
    '<th>Last Modified</th>';
            echo 
    '<th>Edit</th>';
            echo 
    '<th>Delete</th>';
            echo 
    '</tr>';
            
            
            foreach(
    $dirlist as $dirs) {
                echo 
    '<tr>';
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./management.php?dir='.$dirs['dir'].'/'.$dirs['name'].'">'.$dirs['name'].'</a></td>';
                echo 
    '<td>'.strtoupper($dirs['type']).'</td>';
                echo 
    '<td>N/A</td>';
                echo 
    '<td>N/A</td>';
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./edit.php?file='.$dirs['dir'].'/'.$dirs['name'].'&is_dir=1">Edit</a></td>';
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./delete.php?file='.$dirs['dir'].'/'.$dirs['name'].'&is_dir=1">Delete</a></td>';
                echo 
    '</tr>';
            }
            
            foreach(
    $filelist as $files) {
                echo 
    '<tr>';
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./management.php?dir='.$files['dir'].'/'.$files['name'].'">'.$files['name'].'</a></td>';
                echo 
    '<td>'.strtoupper($files['type']).'</td>';
                
                if(
    $files['size'] >= 1024 && $files['size'] < 1048576) {
                    
                    
    $files['size'] = round(($files['size'] / 1024), 2);
                    echo 
    '<td>'.$files['size'].' kB</td>';
                    
                } else if(
    $files['size'] >= 1048576 && $files['size'] < 1073741824){
                    
                    
    $files['size'] = round(($files['size'] / 1048576), 2);
                    echo 
    '<td>'.$files['size'].' mB</td>';
                    
                } else if(
    $files['size'] >= 1073741824) {
                
                    
    $files['size'] = round(($files['size'] / 1073741824), 2);
                    echo 
    '<td>'.$files['size'].' gB</td>';
                
                } else {
                
                    echo 
    '<td>'.$files['size'].' B</td>';
                    
                }
                
                echo 
    '<td>'.date("d/m/y H:i:s"$files['lmod']).'</td>';
                
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./edit.php?file='.$files['dir'].'/'.$files['name'].'&is_dir=0">Edit</a></td>';
                echo 
    '<td><a href="./delete.php?file='.$files['dir'].'/'.$files['name'].'&is_dir=0">Delete</a></td>';
                echo 
    '</tr>';
            }
            
            
            echo 
    '</table>';
            echo 
    '<br /><br />';
            echo 
    '<a href="./create.php?is_dir=1&dir='.$dir.'">Create a Directory</a> - <a href="./create.php?is_dir=0&dir='.$dir.'">Create a File</a>';
            
        }
        
    ?>
    (Not going to give the other pages tho, I might release the full source when I've got it done).
    {

    How it eventually looks:
    http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/521/managementr.png

    }
    (only thing that needs to be added that it takes you to the actual page, instead of trying to open it as a dir when you click a file)
    Last edited by Candan; 06-22-2010 at 04:32 PM.

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    Easy go: No recursive, no sort, no dir reading

    PHP Code:
    # system call do recursive dir listing. assign listing to array and sort on each
    # pass with foreach loop.
    # once you have array you can go further as sorting & recursion done.

    $rtv =  `ls -RAFr /home/web.symfony/`; // system call to start listing
    $dir = array();

    foreach( 
    preg_split("/\n/"$rtv) as $line ) {
      if(
    preg_match("/:$/"$line)) { // if directory
        
    if($line && $current_path) { // after first pass
            
    asort($dir[$current_path]); // cool & easy sort
          
    }
        
    $current_path preg_replace("/:$/"''$line); // discard : from the path
      
    }else if ($line != '') {
        
    $dir[$current_path][] = $line// listing of the previous pass
      
    }
    }

    print_r($dir); 

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    Thumbs up Php way to do the sorting

    Quote Originally Posted by freemany View Post
    Before sorting the listed files/directories alphabetically, I coverted the function into the way listing the files/directories in list(ul/li) manner instead of the current 'intent' one. I reckon the list way is the most proper way to list nested items. Here is the new function:

    PHP Code:
    function getDirectory$path '.'){      
        
        
    $ignore = array( 'cgi-bin''.''..' );
        
    // Directories to ignore when listing output. Many hosts
        // will deny PHP access to the cgi-bin.

        
    $dh = @opendir$path );
        
    // Open the directory to the handle $dh
        
        
    while( false !== ( $file readdir$dh ) ) ){
        
    // Loop through the directory
            
            
    if( !in_array$file$ignore ) ){
            
    // Check that this file is not to be ignored
                
                // Just to add spacing to the list, to better
                // show the directory tree.
                
                
    if( is_dir"$path/$file" ) ){
                
    // Its a directory, so we need to keep reading down...
                
                                   
                    //Add a class as selector for the jQuery sorting later.
                    
    echo "<li>$file<ul class='has-children'>"
                    
    getDirectory"$path/$file");
                    
    // Re-call this same function but on a new directory.
                    // this is what makes function recursive.
                    
    echo "</li>";
                
                } else {
                
                    echo 
    "<li>$file</li>";
                    
    // Just print out the filename
                
                
    }
                
                
            
            }
            
        
        
        }
        echo 
    "</ul>";
        
    closedir$dh );
        
    // Close the directory handle

    }
    //Add a class as selector for the jQuery sorting later.
    echo "<ul class='has-children'>";
    getDirectory"." ); 
    Then add the following jQuery codes to sort the lists:

    Code:
    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js"></script>
    <script>
    $(function() {   
    $('ul.has-children').each(function() {
    	var $t=$(this);
    	var Li=$t.find('>li').get();
    	Li.sort(function(a, b) {
                 var A = $(a).text().toUpperCase();
                 var B = $(b).text().toUpperCase();
                 if (A < B) return -1;    // changing to 1 to sort in DESC order...
                 if (A > B) return 1;     // changing to -1 to sort in DESC order...
               return 0;
            });
    	 $.each(Li,function(i,v) {
    	      $t.append(v);
    	  });
    });
    </script>
    Have fun
    Here is the PHP way to do the same sorting as the above with jQuery:
    PHP Code:
    <?
    $tree
    =array();

    function 
    getDirectory$path '.'){      
        
        
    $ignore = array( 'cgi-bin''.''..' );
        
    // Directories to ignore when listing output. Many hosts
        // will deny PHP access to the cgi-bin.

        
    $dh = @opendir$path );
        
    // Open the directory to the handle $dh
        
        //Make counter
        
    $j=0;
        
    $temp=array();
            
        while( 
    false !== ( $file readdir$dh ) ) ){
        
    // Loop through the directory
            
            
    if( !in_array$file$ignore ) ){
            
    // Check that this file is not to be ignored
                
                // Feed with file name           
                
    $temp[$j]['name']=$file;
                
                if( 
    is_dir"$path/$file" ) ){
                
    // Its a directory, so we need to keep reading down...    
                   
    $temp[$j]['children']=getDirectory"$path/$file");
                } 
           
            }
            
           
    $j++; //counting
        
        
    }
        return 
    $temp;
       
        
    closedir$dh );
        
    // Close the directory handle

    }//end of function

    //Put the file directory system in an array first...
    $tree=getDirectory("/your-dirtory/here");

    $type='desc'//set sorting type 'desc' or 'asc'


    //recursive function for sorting arrays
    function getSort(&$temp) {
     global 
    $type;

     switch (
    $type) {
          case 
    'desc':
          
    rsort($temp);
          break;
          case 
    'asc':
          
    sort($temp);
          break;
    }
         
     foreach(
    $temp as &$t) {
       if(
    is_array($t['children']))
                           
    getSort($t['children']);
     }
    //end of function

    //Go through arrays again for sorting...now we have new sorted array $tree...     
    getSort($tree);
    ?>
    <pre>
    <?
    print_r
    ($tree);  // output 
    ?>
    </pre>
    Have funs

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    hello,
    well for me this function make the error :
    Warning: readdir() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given
    for
    while (false !== ($file = readdir($dh))) {

    any idea?

    I must say I don't think it's a good practice to put html in your code, it's better to separate front presentation from back, so this function will be more logic to integrate to make others operations (of course it's not a big deal to modify)

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    ok it was a problem with directory which doesn't exist, the strnage is function doesn't stop and go to infinite recursive
    another list function I found useful : http://www.webmaster-talk.com/php-fo...rectories.html

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    I just want to say thank you for the information.
    It is very valuable for me..newbie here and encountering the same situation.
    Thanks and keep up the good work..

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    dir to array recursive

    The functions on this site did not work for me.
    I wrote one myself.
    It converts the directory structure into an array.
    It returns some relevant data in the {data} key and loops through the rest.
    It might not be the cleanest script but it does the job for me.
    Maybe it helps someone.

    PHP Code:
      //$include overrides $exclude. $include should be an array of file extensions eg. array("jpg", "png", "gif")
      
    function readDirectory($path="./"$exclude=array("."".."".htaccess"), $include=false){
        
    $ds "/";
        if(!
    $path){ $path=$this->path;}
        
    $return = array();
        
    $return['{data}']['path'] = $path;
        
    $return['{data}']['has_files'] = 0;
        
    $return['{data}']['has_dirs'] = 0;
        
        if(
    is_dir($path)){
          
    $dir opendir($path);
          while (
    $file readdir($dir)) {
            
            if(
    is_dir($path.$ds.$file)){
              if(
    $file != "." && $file != ".."){
                
    $return[$file] = array();
              }
            } else { 
              if(!
    $include){
                if(!
    in_array($file$exclude)){
                  
    $return['{data}']['files'][] = $file;
                  
    $return['{data}']['has_files'] = 1;
                }
              } else {
                
    $ext end(explode("."$file));//GET FILE EXTENSION
                
    if(in_array($ext$include)){
                  
    $return['{data}']['files'][] = $file;
                  
    $return['{data}']['has_files'] = 1;
                }
              }
            }
            
          }
        }
        if(
    is_array($return)){
          
          
    ksort($return);
          if(isset(
    $return['{data}']['files'])){
            
    natcasesort($return['{data}']['files']);//SORT CASE INSENSETIVE
            
    $return['{data}']['files'] = array_values($return['{data}']['files']);//REINDEX KEYS
          
    }
          foreach(
    $return as $key => $value){
            if(
    is_array($value)){
              if(
    $key != '{data}'){
                
    $return['{data}']['has_dirs'] = 1;
                
    $return[$key] = readDirectory($path.$key.$ds$exclude$include);
              }
            }
          }
        }
        return 
    $return;
      } 

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    thank for your code. but i want to call getDirectory() function with parameter like below example:
    getDirectory("http://updatesofts.com");
    does it work?
    if not how to i can?
    thanks.


 
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