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QUrlInfo(3qt)									    QUrlInfo(3qt)

NAME
       QUrlInfo - Stores information about URLs

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qurlinfo.h>

   Public Members
       enum PermissionSpec { ReadOwner = 00400, WriteOwner = 00200, ExeOwner = 00100, ReadGroup =
	   00040, WriteGroup = 00020, ExeGroup = 00010, ReadOther = 00004, WriteOther = 00002,
	   ExeOther = 00001 }
       QUrlInfo ()
       QUrlInfo ( const QUrlOperator & path, const QString & file )
       QUrlInfo ( const QUrlInfo & ui )
       QUrlInfo ( const QString & name, int permissions, const QString & owner, const QString &
	   group, uint size, const QDateTime & lastModified, const QDateTime & lastRead, bool
	   isDir, bool isFile, bool isSymLink, bool isWritable, bool isReadable, bool
	   isExecutable )
       QUrlInfo ( const QUrl & url, int permissions, const QString & owner, const QString &
	   group, uint size, const QDateTime & lastModified, const QDateTime & lastRead, bool
	   isDir, bool isFile, bool isSymLink, bool isWritable, bool isReadable, bool
	   isExecutable )
       QUrlInfo & operator= ( const QUrlInfo & ui )
       virtual ~QUrlInfo ()
       virtual void setName ( const QString & name )
       virtual void setDir ( bool b )
       virtual void setFile ( bool b )
       virtual void setSymLink ( bool b )
       virtual void setOwner ( const QString & s )
       virtual void setGroup ( const QString & s )
       virtual void setSize ( uint size )
       virtual void setWritable ( bool b )
       virtual void setReadable ( bool b )
       virtual void setPermissions ( int p )
       virtual void setLastModified ( const QDateTime & dt )
       bool isValid () const
       QString name () const
       int permissions () const
       QString owner () const
       QString group () const
       uint size () const
       QDateTime lastModified () const
       QDateTime lastRead () const
       bool isDir () const
       bool isFile () const
       bool isSymLink () const
       bool isWritable () const
       bool isReadable () const
       bool isExecutable () const
       bool operator== ( const QUrlInfo & i ) const

   Static Public Members
       bool greaterThan ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy )
       bool lessThan ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy )
       bool equal ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy )

DESCRIPTION
       The QUrlInfo class stores information about URLs.

       This class is just a container for storing information about URLs, which is why all
       information must be passed in the constructor.

       Unless you're reimplementing a network protocol you're unlikely to create QUrlInfo objects
       yourself, but you may receive QUrlInfo objects from functions, e.g. QUrlOperator::info().

       The information that can be retrieved includes name(), permissions(), owner(), group(),
       size(), lastModified(), lastRead(), isDir(), isFile(), isSymLink(), isWritable(),
       isReadable() and isExecutable().

       See also Input/Output and Networking and Miscellaneous Classes.

   Member Type Documentation
QUrlInfo::PermissionSpec
       This enum is used by the permissions() function to report the permissions of a file.

       QUrlInfo::ReadOwner - The file is readable by the owner of the file.

       QUrlInfo::WriteOwner - The file is writable by the owner of the file.

       QUrlInfo::ExeOwner - The file is executable by the owner of the file.

       QUrlInfo::ReadGroup - The file is readable by the group.

       QUrlInfo::WriteGroup - The file is writable by the group.

       QUrlInfo::ExeGroup - The file is executable by the group.

       QUrlInfo::ReadOther - The file is readable by anyone.

       QUrlInfo::WriteOther - The file is writable by anyone.

       QUrlInfo::ExeOther - The file is executable by anyone.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QUrlInfo::QUrlInfo ()
       Constructs an invalid QUrlInfo object with default values.

       See also isValid().

QUrlInfo::QUrlInfo ( const QUrlOperator & path, const QString & file )
       Constructs a QUrlInfo object with information about the file file in the path. It tries to
       find the information about the file in the QUrlOperator path.

       If the information is not found, this constructor creates an invalid QUrlInfo, i.e.
       isValid() returns FALSE. You should always check if the URL info is valid before relying
       on the return values of any getter functions.

       If file is empty, it defaults to the QUrlOperator path, i.e. to the directory.

       See also isValid() and QUrlOperator::info().

QUrlInfo::QUrlInfo ( const QUrlInfo & ui )
       Copy constructor, copies ui to this URL info object.

QUrlInfo::QUrlInfo ( const QString & name, int permissions, const QString & owner, const QString
       & group, uint size, const QDateTime & lastModified, const QDateTime & lastRead, bool
       isDir, bool isFile, bool isSymLink, bool isWritable, bool isReadable, bool isExecutable )
       Constructs a QUrlInfo object by specifying all the URL's information.

       The information that is passed is the name, file permissions, owner and group and the
       file's size. Also passed is the lastModified date/time and the lastRead date/time. Flags
       are also passed, specifically, isDir, isFile, isSymLink, isWritable, isReadable and
       isExecutable.

QUrlInfo::QUrlInfo ( const QUrl & url, int permissions, const QString & owner, const QString &
       group, uint size, const QDateTime & lastModified, const QDateTime & lastRead, bool isDir,
       bool isFile, bool isSymLink, bool isWritable, bool isReadable, bool isExecutable )
       Constructs a QUrlInfo object by specifying all the URL's information.

       The information that is passed is the url, file permissions, owner and group and the
       file's size. Also passed is the lastModified date/time and the lastRead date/time. Flags
       are also passed, specifically, isDir, isFile, isSymLink, isWritable, isReadable and
       isExecutable.

QUrlInfo::~QUrlInfo () [virtual]
       Destroys the URL info object.

       The QUrlOperator object to which this URL referred (if any) is not affected.

bool QUrlInfo::equal ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy ) [static]
       Returns TRUE if i1 equals to i2; otherwise returns FALSE. The objects are compared by the
       value, which is specified by sortBy. This must be one of QDir::Name, QDir::Time or
       QDir::Size.

bool QUrlInfo::greaterThan ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy ) [static]
       Returns TRUE if i1 is greater than i2; otherwise returns FALSE. The objects are compared
       by the value, which is specified by sortBy. This must be one of QDir::Name, QDir::Time or
       QDir::Size.

QString QUrlInfo::group () const
       Returns the group of the URL.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::isDir () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is a directory; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

       Examples:

bool QUrlInfo::isExecutable () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is executable; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::isFile () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is a file; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::isReadable () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is readable; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::isSymLink () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is a symbolic link; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::isValid () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL info is valid; otherwise returns FALSE. Valid means that the
       QUrlInfo contains real information. For example, a call to QUrlOperator::info() might
       return a an invalid QUrlInfo, if no information about the requested entry is available.

       You should always check if the URL info is valid before relying on the values.

bool QUrlInfo::isWritable () const
       Returns TRUE if the URL is writable; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isValid().

QDateTime QUrlInfo::lastModified () const
       Returns the last modification date of the URL.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/ftpclient/ftpmainwindow.ui.h.

QDateTime QUrlInfo::lastRead () const
       Returns the date when the URL was last read.

       See also isValid().

bool QUrlInfo::lessThan ( const QUrlInfo & i1, const QUrlInfo & i2, int sortBy ) [static]
       Returns TRUE if i1 is less than i2; otherwise returns FALSE. The objects are compared by
       the value, which is specified by sortBy. This must be one of QDir::Name, QDir::Time or
       QDir::Size.

QString QUrlInfo::name () const
       Returns the file name of the URL.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/ftpclient/ftpmainwindow.ui.h.

QUrlInfo &; QUrlInfo::operator= ( const QUrlInfo & ui )
       Assigns the values of ui to this QUrlInfo object.

bool QUrlInfo::operator== ( const QUrlInfo & i ) const
       Compares this QUrlInfo with i and returns TRUE if they are equal; otherwise returns FALSE.

QString QUrlInfo::owner () const
       Returns the owner of the URL.

       See also isValid().

int QUrlInfo::permissions () const
       Returns the permissions of the URL. You can use the PermissionSpec flags to test for
       certain permissions.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setDir ( bool b ) [virtual]
       If b is TRUE then the URL is set to be a directory; if \b is FALSE then the URL is set not
       to be a directory (which normally means it is a file). (Note that a URL can refer to both
       a file and a directory even though most file systems do not support this.)

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

void QUrlInfo::setFile ( bool b ) [virtual]
       If b is TRUE then the URL is set to be a file; if \b is FALSE then the URL is set not to
       be a file (which normally means it is a directory). (Note that a URL can refer to both a
       file and a directory even though most file systems do not support this.)

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

void QUrlInfo::setGroup ( const QString & s ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the owning group of the URL is called s.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setLastModified ( const QDateTime & dt ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the object the URL refers to was last modified at dt.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setName ( const QString & name ) [virtual]
       Sets the name of the URL to name. The name is the full text, for example,
       "http://doc.trolltech.com/qurlinfo.html".

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

void QUrlInfo::setOwner ( const QString & s ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the owner of the URL is called s.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setPermissions ( int p ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the URL has access permisions, p.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setReadable ( bool b ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the URL is readable if b is TRUE and not readable if b is FALSE.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

void QUrlInfo::setSize ( uint size ) [virtual]
       Specifies the size of the URL.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

void QUrlInfo::setSymLink ( bool b ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the URL refers to a symbolic link if b is TRUE and that it does not if b is
       FALSE.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

void QUrlInfo::setWritable ( bool b ) [virtual]
       Specifies that the URL is writable if b is TRUE and not writable if b is FALSE.

       If you call this function for an invalid URL info, this function turns it into a valid
       one.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/networkprotocol/nntp.cpp.

uint QUrlInfo::size () const
       Returns the size of the URL.

       See also isValid().

       Example: network/ftpclient/ftpmainwindow.ui.h.

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qurlinfo.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
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BUGS
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       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qurlinfo.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			    QUrlInfo(3qt)
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