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Re: readdir: file order
Reply #6 - 02/17/05 at 18:04:26
 
Wotan   wrote on 02/17/05 at 17:07:52:
Sorry, I am still not sure. Here is the PHP doc for readdir (I just don't have a perl doc).

Code:
Description
string readdir ( resource dir_handle)

Returns the filename of the next file from the directory. The filenames are returned in the order in which they are stored by the filesystem.




Yes - but . and .. are the first files that have been created, haven't they.

Wotan   wrote on 02/17/05 at 17:07:52:
I.e. if a filesystem has the files unsorted, this is matter of the filesystem. You CAN'T relay on any order of the files actually.


No - as long as the files are returned in the order in which they are stored, so long . and .. are located on the first places.

But I think I can help to resolve this.
The code of 'sub read_dir' has to be changed in some parts.
It's not an act but currently I'm missing the time to do it.
Maybe next week ...
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Re: readdir: file order
Reply #7 - 02/18/05 at 10:52:07
 
This should do the job ...
search eAuction.pl for
Quote:
sub read_dir_range

search sub read_dir_range for the line
Code:
readdir THEDIR for 0 .. $trash; 


and replace it with this line
Code:
$trash > 1 && do { readdir THEDIR for 0 .. $trash }; 

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