ftp_rawlist

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

ftp_rawlistReturns a detailed list of files in the given directory

Description

mixed ftp_rawlist ( resource $ftp_stream , string $directory [, bool $recursive = false ] )

ftp_rawlist() executes the FTP LIST command, and returns the result as an array.

Parameters

ftp_stream

The link identifier of the FTP connection.

directory

The directory path. May include arguments for the LIST command.

recursive

If set to TRUE, the issued command will be LIST -R.

Return Values

Returns an array where each element corresponds to one line of text. Returns FALSE when passed directory is invalid.

The output is not parsed in any way. The system type identifier returned by ftp_systype() can be used to determine how the results should be interpreted.

Examples

Example #1 ftp_rawlist() example

<?php

// set up basic connection
$conn_id ftp_connect($ftp_server);

// login with username and password
$login_result ftp_login($conn_id$ftp_user_name$ftp_user_pass);

// get the file list for /
$buff ftp_rawlist($conn_id'/');

// close the connection
ftp_close($conn_id);

// output the buffer
var_dump($buff);
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

array(3) {
  [0]=>
  string(65) "drwxr-x---   3 vincent  vincent      4096 Jul 12 12:16 public_ftp"
  [1]=>
  string(66) "drwxr-x---  15 vincent  vincent      4096 Nov  3 21:31 public_html"
  [2]=>
  string(73) "lrwxrwxrwx   1 vincent  vincent        11 Jul 12 12:16 www -> public_html"
}

See Also

  • ftp_nlist() - Returns a list of files in the given directory

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fredvanetten at tinqle dot com
1 year ago
Here's a simple function that'll parse the data returned by ftp_rawlist() into an associative array. I wrote it because some of the functions listed below are way to long, complex or won't work with file names that contain spaces.

<?php
   
function listDetailed($resource, $directory = '.') {
        if (
is_array($children = @ftp_rawlist($resource, $directory))) {
           
$items = array();

            foreach (
$children as $child) {
               
$chunks = preg_split("/\s+/", $child);
                list(
$item['rights'], $item['number'], $item['user'], $item['group'], $item['size'], $item['month'], $item['day'], $item['time']) = $chunks;
               
$item['type'] = $chunks[0]{0} === 'd' ? 'directory' : 'file';
               
array_splice($chunks, 0, 8);
               
$items[implode(" ", $chunks)] = $item;
            }

            return
$items;
        }

       
// Throw exception or return false < up to you
   
}
?>
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Johnny Doe
3 years ago
In case anybody wants to get a detailed listing using the MLSD command over a passive connection, the following function might be helpful as a starting point for your own implementation:

<?php
function ftp_mlsd($ftp, $directory) {
   
$ok = @ftp_chdir($ftp, $directory);
    if (!
$ok) {
        return
false;
    }
   
$ret = ftp_raw($ftp, 'PASV');
    if (
preg_match(
       
'/^227.*\(([0-9]+,[0-9]+,[0-9]+,[0-9]+),([0-9]+),([0-9]+)\)$/',
       
$ret[0], $matches)) {
       
$controlIP = str_replace(',', '.', $matches[1]);
       
$controlPort = intval($matches[2])*256+intval($matches[3]);
       
$socket = fsockopen($controlIP, $controlPort);
       
ftp_raw($ftp, 'MLSD');
       
$s = '';
        while (!
feof($socket)) {
           
$s .= fread($socket, 4096);
        }
       
fclose($socket);
       
$files = array();
        foreach (
explode("\n", $s) as $line) {
            if (!
$line) {
                continue;
            }
           
$file = array();
            foreach (
explode(';', $line) as $property) {
                list(
$key, $value) = explode('=', $property);
                if (
$value) {
                   
$file[$key] = $value;
                } else {
                   
$filename = trim($key);
                }
            }
           
$files[$filename] = $file;
        }
        return
$files;
    }
    return
false;
}
?>

Please note that this function ignores the setting of ftp_pasv(). Making the function to work universally for both active and passive connections is left as an exercise to the reader ;-)
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tig3r at poczta dot onet dot pl
9 years ago
Previous example (by davidknoll at o2 dot co dot uk) works well if ftp_systype() returned "UNIX", but sometimes I am experiencing "Windows_NT". Here is some improvement:

<?php
function parsed_listing($path)
{
  
$conn = ftp_connect(FTP_HOST);
  
ftp_login($conn, FTP_USER, FTP_PASS);
  
$systype = ftp_systype($conn_id);
  
$list = ftp_rawlist($conn, "-a ".FTP_BASE.$path);
  
ftp_close($conn);
  
$i = 0;

   foreach (
$list as $current) {
      switch (
$systype) {
         case
"Windows_NT":
        
ereg("([0-9]{2})-([0-9]{2})-([0-9]{2}) +([0-9]{2}):([0-9]{2})(AM|PM) +([0-9]+|<DIR>) +(.+)",$current,$split);
         if (
is_array($split)) {
            if (
$split[3]<70) { $split[3]+=2000; } else { $split[3]+=1900; } // 4digit year fix
           
$parsed[$i]['isdir'] = ($split[7]=="<DIR>");
           
$parsed[$i]['size'] = $split[7];
           
$parsed[$i]['month'] = $split[1];
           
$parsed[$i]['day'] = $split[2];
           
$parsed[$i]['time/year'] = $split[3];
           
$parsed[$i]['name'] = $split[8];
           
$i++;
         }
         break;

         case
"UNIX":
         default:

// etc.

        
break;
      }
   }
   return
$parsed;
}
?>
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mediaboat at gmail dot com
8 months ago
All  parse_rawlist Functions here have one Problem.

when a file starts with a space character like " robots.txt ", it will be ignored.

Rename, delete will fail...
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www.bosssftp.com
6 years ago
Some FTP servers only allow you to get list of files under current working directory. So if you always get result as empty array (array(0){ }), try changing the cwd befor get the list:

<?php
function ftprawlist($connid, $dir) {
 
ftp_chdir($connid, $dir);
  return
ftp_rawlist($connid, "-a");
}
?>
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paul maybe at squirrel mail org
6 years ago
Regarding converting permissions from symbolic notation to octal, note that Hazem dot Khaled at gmail dot com's chmodnum function produces INCORRECT results.  The resutls are base-10 numbers that only LOOK like they are octal numbers.  The function also ignores setuid, setgid and sticky bits, and will produce incorrect numbers if such a file is encountered.  Instead, this brute-force code works.  Maybe there is something more slick, but this isn't too CPU-intensive (note that it assumes you've error-checked that you indeed have a 10-character string!):

      $permissions = 'drwxr-xr-x';  // or whatever
      $mode = 0;

      if ($permissions[1] == 'r') $mode += 0400;
      if ($permissions[2] == 'w') $mode += 0200;
      if ($permissions[3] == 'x') $mode += 0100;
      else if ($permissions[3] == 's') $mode += 04100;
      else if ($permissions[3] == 'S') $mode += 04000;

      if ($permissions[4] == 'r') $mode += 040;
      if ($permissions[5] == 'w') $mode += 020;
      if ($permissions[6] == 'x') $mode += 010;
      else if ($permissions[6] == 's') $mode += 02010;
      else if ($permissions[6] == 'S') $mode += 02000;

      if ($permissions[7] == 'r') $mode += 04;
      if ($permissions[8] == 'w') $mode += 02;
      if ($permissions[9] == 'x') $mode += 01;
      else if ($permissions[9] == 't') $mode += 01001;
      else if ($permissions[9] == 'T') $mode += 01000;

      printf('Mode is %d decimal and %o octal', $mode, $mode);
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admin at proxy-list dot org
6 months ago
Please pay attention that ftp_rawlist() function returns empty result if there is a folder with space. You must backslash it with addcslashes() function.

IMPORTANT: at the same time any other function like ftp_delete() or ftp_rmdir() in opposite, will not be able to delete file/folder if folder name with space will be backslashes http://proxy-list.org/
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shaun at shaunfreeman dot co dot uk
4 years ago
Get a listing of all files including hidden files except '.' or '..' use:

<?php
ftp_chdir
($connid, $dir);
ftp_rawlist($connid, "-A");
?>

This had me dancing in circles for some time!
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John
4 years ago
There are a couple of php-related reasons given here for ftp_rawlist returning an empty result. However be aware that ZoneAlarm (and possibly other) firewalls can block responses without giving any visible clue so be sure to check that first.
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nospam at advancedonsite dot com
5 years ago
ftp_rawlist kept returning empty file listing, it would work on some machines but not others, it turned out to be ftp_pasv command was needed.
Very frustrating
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ahmadmarafa at gmail dot com
5 years ago
this is function to check for dirs

<?php
function ftp_isdir($connect_id,$dir)
{
    if(
ftp_chdir($connect_id,$dir))
    {
       
ftp_cdup($connect_id);
        return
true;

    }
    else
    {
        return
false;
    }
}
?>
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tmp at gmx dot de
5 years ago
To format the _recrusive_ result of this function I use this:

<?php
$conn_id
= ftp_connect(FTP_SERVER);

$login_result = ftp_login($conn_id, FTP_USR, FTP_PASS);

$rawfiles = ftp_rawlist($conn_id, '/', true);

ftp_close($conn_id);

// here the magic begins!
$structure = array();
$arraypointer = &$structure;
foreach (
$rawfiles as $rawfile) {
    if (
$rawfile[0] == '/') {
       
$paths = array_slice(explode('/', str_replace(':', '', $rawfile)), 1);
       
$arraypointer = &$structure;
        foreach (
$paths as $path) {
            foreach (
$arraypointer as $i => $file) {
                if (
$file['text'] == $path) {
                   
$arraypointer = &$arraypointer[ $i ]['children'];
                    break;
                }
            }
        }
    } elseif(!empty(
$rawfile)) {
       
$info = preg_split("/[\s]+/", $rawfile, 9);       
       
$arraypointer[] = array(
           
'text'   => $info[8],
           
'isDir'  => $info[0]{0} == 'd',
           
'size'   => byteconvert($info[4]),
           
'chmod'  => chmodnum($info[0]),
           
'date'   => strtotime($info[6] . ' ' . $info[5] . ' ' . $info[7]),
           
'raw'    => $info
           
// the 'children' attribut is automatically added if the folder contains at least one file
       
);
    }
}

// in $structure is all the data
print_r($structure);

// little helper functions
function byteconvert($bytes) {
   
$symbol = array('B', 'KB', 'MB', 'GB', 'TB', 'PB', 'EB', 'ZB', 'YB');
   
$exp = floor( log($bytes) / log(1024) );
    return
sprintf( '%.2f ' . $symbol[ $exp ], ($bytes / pow(1024, floor($exp))) );
}

function
chmodnum($chmod) {
   
$trans = array('-' => '0', 'r' => '4', 'w' => '2', 'x' => '1');
   
$chmod = substr(strtr($chmod, $trans), 1);
   
$array = str_split($chmod, 3);
    return
array_sum(str_split($array[0])) . array_sum(str_split($array[1])) . array_sum(str_split($array[2]));
}

?>
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francois frao_o
5 years ago
Why not using POSIX regex to do the job here ? A preg_replace returns the information in an associative array with the following keys:

<rights>
<number>
<owner>
<group>
<file_size>
<mod_time>
<file>
<type> * that's a bonus: it will tell you if the item is either a file or a directory

Code is shown below:

$list=@ftp_rawlist($con,$directory) ;

$items=array() ;

foreach($list as $_)
preg_replace(

'`^(.{10}+)(\s*)(\d{1})(\s*)(\d*|\w*)'.
'(\s*)(\d*|\w*)(\s*)(\d*)\s'.
'([a-zA-Z]{3}+)(\s*)([0-9]{1,2}+)'.
'(\s*)([0-9]{2}+):([0-9]{2}+)(\s*)(.*)$`Ue',

'$items[]=array(
"rights"=>"$1",
"number"=>"$3",
"owner"=>"$5", "group"=>"$7",
"file_size"=>"$9",
"mod_time"=>"$10 $12 $14:$15",
"file"=>"$17",
"type"=>print_r((preg_match("/^d/","$1"))?"dir":"file",1));',

$_) ; # :p
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phpnet uschlaepfer ch
6 years ago
On my PC (XP and Apache installed) - ftp_rawlist (with Parameter true) does only print a folder list - no subfolders, no files.
So i created this recursive function that writes all filenames (incl. paths) to a array. I tested it on Mac, Linux and Windows - it works (as long as you don't use folders with spaces...).
If you need more information: feel free to set more split[x]-Options and write them to the $files-array.

<?php
# the directory where ftp_rawlist starts
$startdir = "example";

# optional Datatypefilter (leave blank if not needed)
$suffix   = "gif,png,jpeg,pdf,php";
# ftp-login
$ftp_server = "";
$ftp_user   = "";
$ftp_pw     = "";
$ftp_mode   = "";
$conn_id    = ftp_connect($ftp_server);
ftp_login($conn_id, $ftp_user, $ftp_pw) OR die("<br>ftp-login failed");
ftp_pasv($conn_id, true);

#*********************************************************************
# create filelist (recursiv)
#*********************************************************************
$files    = array(); # must be defined here
$files    = raw_list("$startdir");

#*********************************************************************
# print result
#*********************************************************************
$i = 0; $count = count($files);
while (
$i < $count):
  echo
"$files[$i]<br>";
 
$i++;
endwhile;
ftp_close($conn_id);

#*********************************************************************
# rawlist in recursive form (without parameter true!!!)
#*********************************************************************
function raw_list($folder)
{
Global
$conn_id;
Global
$suffix;
Global
$files;
$suffixes = explode(",", $suffix);
$list     = ftp_rawlist($conn_id, $folder);
$anzlist  = count($list);
$i = 0;
while (
$i < $anzlist):
 
$split    = preg_split("/[\s]+/", $list[$i], 9, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY);
 
$ItemName = $split[8];
 
$endung   = strtolower(substr(strrchr($ItemName,"."),1));
 
$path     = "$folder/$ItemName";
  if (
substr($list[$i],0,1) === "d" AND substr($ItemName,0,1) != "."):
#      array_push($files, $path); # write directory in array if desired
    
raw_list($path);
  elseif (
substr($ItemName,0,2) != "._" AND in_array($endung,$suffixes)):
    
array_push($files, $path);
  endif;
 
$i++;
endwhile;
return
$files;
}
?>

Ueli, Zurich
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weltvolk
6 years ago
With this handy function based on functions presented here you get the file list in alphabetical order with all directories on top:

<?php
function rawlist_dump() {
  global
$ftp_connect;
 
$ftp_rawlist = ftp_rawlist($ftp_connect, ".");
  foreach (
$ftp_rawlist as $v) {
   
$info = array();
   
$vinfo = preg_split("/[\s]+/", $v, 9);
    if (
$vinfo[0] !== "total") {
     
$info['chmod'] = $vinfo[0];
     
$info['num'] = $vinfo[1];
     
$info['owner'] = $vinfo[2];
     
$info['group'] = $vinfo[3];
     
$info['size'] = $vinfo[4];
     
$info['month'] = $vinfo[5];
     
$info['day'] = $vinfo[6];
     
$info['time'] = $vinfo[7];
     
$info['name'] = $vinfo[8];
     
$rawlist[$info['name']] = $info;
    }
  }
 
$dir = array();
 
$file = array();
  foreach (
$rawlist as $k => $v) {
    if (
$v['chmod']{0} == "d") {
     
$dir[$k] = $v;
    } elseif (
$v['chmod']{0} == "-") {
     
$file[$k] = $v;
    }
  }
  foreach (
$dir as $dirname => $dirinfo) {
      echo
"[ $dirname ] " . $dirinfo['chmod'] . " | " . $dirinfo['owner'] . " | " . $dirinfo['group'] . " | " . $dirinfo['month'] . " " . $dirinfo['day'] . " " . $dirinfo['time'] . "<br>";
  }
  foreach (
$file as $filename => $fileinfo) {
      echo
"$filename " . $fileinfo['chmod'] . " | " . $fileinfo['owner'] . " | " . $fileinfo['group'] . " | " . $fileinfo['size'] . " Byte | " . $fileinfo['month'] . " " . $fileinfo['day'] . " " . $fileinfo['time'] . "<br>";
  }
}
rawlist_dump();
?>
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Hazem dot Khaled at gmail dot com
8 years ago
that comment have 4 function
the 1st function "<b>get_files</b>" get the list of files by the full bath "/www/ex/"
and return 3 arrays
dir = the directories in this directory with the time ,date ,more ...
linke = the links in this directory with the time ,date ,more ...
file = the files in this directory with the time ,date ,more ...

the 2nd function "chmodnum" convert from "drwxrwxrwx" to "777"
* i found it in php.net manual

the 3rd function "get_size" convert from the byte to MB or GB or TB

the 4th function "get_type" return if this file or directory or link

the functions
<?php
   
function get_files($path = '')
     {
         if (
$path == '' && !$_GET['path'])
          {
            
$path = '/';
          }
         elseif (
$path == '')
          {
            
$path = $_GET['path'];
          }
   
        
       
//$all_folders = ftp_nlist($this->conection, $_GET['path']);
       
$array = ftp_rawlist($this->conection, $path);
        if (
is_array($array))
        foreach (
$array as $folder)
         {
           
$struc = array();
           
$current = preg_split("/[\s]+/",$folder,9);
           
           
$struc['perms']    = $current[0];
           
$struc['permsn']= chmodnum($current[0]);
           
$struc['number']= $current[1];
           
$struc['owner']    = $current[2];
           
$struc['group']    = $current[3];
           
$struc['size']    = get_size($current[4]);
           
$struc['month']    = $current[5];
           
$struc['day']    = $current[6];
           
$struc['time']    = $current[7];
           
$struc['name']    = str_replace('//','',$current[8]);
           
//$struc['raw']    = $folder;
           
           
if ($struc['name'] != '.' && $struc['name'] != '..' && get_type($struc['perms']) == "folder")
             {
               
$folders[] = $struc;
             }
            elseif (
$struc['name'] != '.' && $struc['name'] != '..' && get_type($struc['perms']) == "link")
             {
               
$links[] = $struc;
             }
            elseif (
$struc['name'] != '.' && $struc['name'] != '..')
             {
               
$files[] = $struc;
             }
         }
        return array(
$folders,$links,$files);
     }

    function
chmodnum($mode) {
      
$realmode = "";
      
$legal =  array("","w","r","x","-");
      
$attarray = preg_split("//",$mode);
       for(
$i=0;$i<count($attarray);$i++){
           if(
$key = array_search($attarray[$i],$legal)){
              
$realmode .= $legal[$key];
           }
       }
      
$mode = str_pad($realmode,9,'-');
      
$trans = array('-'=>'0','r'=>'4','w'=>'2','x'=>'1');
      
$mode = strtr($mode,$trans);
      
$newmode = '';
      
$newmode .= $mode[0]+$mode[1]+$mode[2];
      
$newmode .= $mode[3]+$mode[4]+$mode[5];
      
$newmode .= $mode[6]+$mode[7]+$mode[8];
       return
$newmode;
    }
    function
get_size($size)
     {
         if (
$size < 1024)
          {
              return
round($size,2).' Byte';
          }
         elseif (
$size < (1024*1024))
          {
              return
round(($size/1024),2).' MB';
          }
         elseif (
$size < (1024*1024*1024))
          {
              return
round((($size/1024)/1024),2).' GB';
          }
         elseif (
$size < (1024*1024*1024*1024))
          {
              return
round(((($size/1024)/1024)/1024),2).' TB';
          }
     }

    function
get_type($perms)
     {
        if (
substr($perms, 0, 1) == "d")
         {
            return
'folder';
         }
        elseif (
substr($perms, 0, 1) == "l")
         {
            return
'link';
         }
        else
         {
            return
'file';
         }
     }
?>
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ari at bs-inc dot com
8 years ago
This is a little cleaner:

function parse_rawlist( $array )
{
    foreach($array as $curraw)
    {
        $struc = array();
        $current = preg_split("/[\s]+/",$curraw,9);

        $struc['perms']  = $current[0];
        $struc['number'] = $current[1];
        $struc['owner']  = $current[2];
        $struc['group']  = $current[3];
        $struc['size']  = $current[4];
        $struc['month']  = $current[5];
        $struc['day']    = $current[6];
        $struc['time']  = $current[7];
        $struc['year']  = $current[8];
        $struc['raw']  = $curraw;
        $structure[$struc['name']] = $struc;
    }
   return $structure;

}
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kerbpm
8 years ago
Your code is ok, just replace $i = 0 instead of 1
Thank you

<?php

function parse_rawlist( $array ) {

   for (
$i = 1; $i < count($array); $i++ ) {

      
$current = $array[$i];
  
      
$structure[$i]['perms']  = substr($current, 0, 10);
      
$structure[$i]['number'] = trim(substr($current, 11, 3));
      
$structure[$i]['owner']  = trim(substr($current, 15, 8));
      
$structure[$i]['group']  = trim(substr($current, 24, 8));
      
$structure[$i]['size']  = trim(substr($current, 33, 8));
      
$structure[$i]['month']  = trim(substr($current, 42, 3));
      
$structure[$i]['day']    = trim(substr($current, 46, 2));
      
$structure[$i]['time']  = substr($current, 49, 5);
      
$structure[$i]['name']  = substr($current, 55, strlen($current) - 55);

   }

   return
$structure;

}

?>
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MSpreij at GMail
8 years ago
The following was inspired by a few others here, ofcourse ;-)
Works for filenames with spaces (leading, trailing, consecutive and what not), formats the date a little taking year/time into account, leaves out items not in the $filetypes array below, and returns a nice nested assoc array:

<?php

$filetypes
= array('-'=>'file', 'd'=>'directory', 'l'=>'link');

$c = ftp_connect('localhost');
ftp_login($c, 'jackcrow', 'banshee');
$data = ftp_rawlist($c, '/users/jackcrow');

foreach(
$data as $line) {
    if (
substr(strtolower($line), 0, 5) == 'total') continue; # first line, skip it
   
preg_match('/'. str_repeat('([^\s]+)\s+', 7) .'([^\s]+) (.*)/', $line, $matches); # Here be Dragons
   
list($permissions, $children, $owner, $group, $size, $month, $day, $time, $name) = array_slice($matches, 1);
   
# if it's not a file, directory or link, I don't really care to know about it :-) comment out the next line if you do
   
if (! in_array($permissions[0], array_keys($filetypes))) continue;
   
$type = $filetypes[$permissions[0]];
   
$date = date('d/m/y H:i', (strpos($time, ':') ? mktime(substr($time, 0, 2), substr($time, -2), 0, $month, $day) : mktime(0,0,0,$month, $day, $time) ) );
   
$files[$name] = array('type'=>$type, 'permissions'=>substr($permissions, 1), 'children'=>$children, 'owner'=>$owner, 'group'=>$group, 'size'=>$size, 'date'=>$date);
}

print_r($files);

?>

(I'm using a pretty simple regex pattern (non-space-stuff, whitespace, non-space-stuff etc), but amazingly /it still works!/ K.I.S.S.! The time part in the pattern is done separately to make sure only 1 space is taken out before the filename, which might start with spaces for all you know)
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admin at mikeholloway dot co dot uk
8 years ago
I was having problems picking up the directories on a mac using cjacobsen at pge dot cl's (11-Jan-05) solution. Slight ammendment to the regexp works for me:

ereg("([-dl][rwxstST-]+).* ?([0-9 ]* )?([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9])[ ]+(([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2})|[0-9]{4}) (.+)", $file, $regs)
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d dot lloyd at tnw dot tudelft dot nl
9 years ago
One comment regaring the method tig3r uses to determine the listing type.

Windows servers can return a listing in unix format if the ftp server has been told to use unix formatting. The only robust solution I have is to try both ereg commands once and see which one successfully returns an array.
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davidknoll at o2 dot co dot uk
9 years ago
Well, this works for me:

<?php
function parsed_listing($path)
{
   
$conn = ftp_connect(FTP_HOST);
   
ftp_login($conn, FTP_USER, FTP_PASS);
   
$list = ftp_rawlist($conn, "-a ".FTP_BASE.$path);
   
ftp_close($conn);
   
$i = 0;
    foreach (
$list as $current) {
       
$split = preg_split("[ ]", $current, 9, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY);
        if (
$split[0] != "total") {
           
$parsed[$i]['isdir']        = $split[0]{0} === "d";
           
$parsed[$i]['perms']        = $split[0];
           
$parsed[$i]['number']    = $split[1];
           
$parsed[$i]['owner']        = $split[2];
           
$parsed[$i]['group']        = $split[3];
           
$parsed[$i]['size']        = $split[4];
           
$parsed[$i]['month']        = $split[5];
           
$parsed[$i]['day']        = $split[6];
           
$parsed[$i]['time/year']    = $split[7];
           
$parsed[$i]['name']        = $split[8];
           
$i++;
        }
    }
    return
$parsed;
}
?>
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nate at 8networks dot com
9 years ago
this snip fixes the date problem with the listing and sorts out the variables:

$filedata['access_permissions']
$filedata['link_count']
$filedata['uid']
$filedata['gid']
$filedata['size']
$filedata['mod_date_month']
$filedata['mod_date_day']
$filedata['mod_time']
$filedata['name']

list($filedata['access_permissions'], $filedata['link_count'], $filedata['uid'], $filedata['gid'], $filedata['size'], $filedata['mod_date_month'], $filedata['mod_date_day'], $filedata['mod_time'], $filedata['name']) = preg_split("/[\s,]+/", $value);

$filedata['type'] = $filedata['access_permissions']{0};

$filedata['access_permissions'] = substr($filedata['access_permissions'],1);

// now check the date to see if the last modifcation was this year or last.

if ( strrpos($filedata['mod_time'], ':') != 2 ) { $filedata['mod_date'] = $filedata['mod_date_month'] ." " . $filedata['mod_date_day'] . " " . $filedata['mod_time']; $filedata['mod_time'] = "00:00"; } else { $filedata['mod_date'] = $filedata['mod_date_month'] ." " . $filedata['mod_date_day'] . " " . date("Y"); }
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john at nm-design dot com
9 years ago
I'm not a traditional programmer, so I often take a different approach then most programmers. Here's how I get file information from an FTP file list. It's very simple (which I like). Comments are welcome:

    // make your FTP connection calls here, then ...   
    $contents = ftp_rawlist($ftp_id, ".");
   
    echo '<TABLE>';
   
    foreach ($contents as $key => $value) {
   
        $info = explode(" ", $value);
        $clean = array();
        foreach ($info as $key => $value) {
            if (!empty($value)) { $clean[] = $value; }
        } // end foreach loop 2
       
        if ( ($clean[8] != ".") AND ($clean[8] != "..") AND ($clean[8] != "html") AND ($clean[8] != "logs") AND ($clean[8] != "protected") AND ($clean[8] != "sys") ) {
            echo '<TR>';
            print "<TD WIDTH=\"40%\">$clean[8]</TD>"; // name of file
            print "<TD WIDTH=\"20%\" ALIGN=\"CENTER\">$clean[5] $clean[6] $clean[7]</TD>"; // date info
            // prep size
            $size = $clean[4];
            $size = $size / 1000; $size = ceil($size); if ($size <= 0) { $size = 1; }
            if ($size >= 1000) { $measure = "MB"; $size = $size /  1000; } else { $measure = "K"; }
            print "<TD WIDTH=\"20%\" ALIGN=\"CENTER\">$size $measure</TD>"; // size
            echo '<TD WIDTH="20%" ALIGN="CENTER" BGCOLOR="#FFFFE6" CLASS="bodyBold">'; print "<A HREF=\"$PHP_SELF?Submit=DELETE&file=$clean[8]\">"; echo 'DELETE</A></TD>'; // link to delete file
            echo '</TR>';
        } // end if
       
    } // end foreach loop 1
   
    echo '</TABLE>';
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marc dot peterlongo at francetelecom dot com
9 years ago
When you try:

$path = "directory pathname with spaces";
$list = ftp_rawlist($conn_id,$path);

It doesn't work

but when you try:

$path = "directory pathname with spaces";
ftp_chdir($conn_id,$path);
$list = ftp_rawlist($conn_id,".");

It works
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cjacobsen at pge dot cl
9 years ago
Excelent expresion, but don't match SUID, SGUI and Sticky flags when 'x' is disabled. Fix it with [rwxstST-].

<?php

function itemize_dir($contents) {
   foreach (
$contents as $file) {
       if(
ereg("([-dl][rwxstST-]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9])[ ]+(([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2})|[0-9]{4}) (.+)", $file, $regs)) {
          
$type = (int) strpos("-dl", $regs[1]{0});
          
$tmp_array['line'] = $regs[0];
          
$tmp_array['type'] = $type;
          
$tmp_array['rights'] = $regs[1];
          
$tmp_array['number'] = $regs[2];
          
$tmp_array['user'] = $regs[3];
          
$tmp_array['group'] = $regs[4];
          
$tmp_array['size'] = $regs[5];
          
$tmp_array['date'] = date("m-d",strtotime($regs[6]));
          
$tmp_array['time'] = $regs[7];
          
$tmp_array['name'] = $regs[9];
       }
      
$dir_list[] = $tmp_array;
   }
   return
$dir_list;
}
$buff = ftp_rawlist($cid, "/");
$items = itemize_dir($buff);

?>
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greg at upsdn dot net
9 years ago
list all (including hidden files and dirs):
<?php
  $contents
= ftp_rawlist($conn_id, "-al ".$dir_name);
?>

just as ftp command:
LIST al

"-aF " is equal to '-al', please refer to "ls --help"
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greg at upsdn dot net
9 years ago
The previous regular expression(by Jonathan Almarez,ergye at yahoo dot com and guru at virusas dot lt) is very good.But i found it does not  take into account for directories(number>9)

Change [0-9] to [0-9]*

The code below not only parses:
drwxrwxr-x     9 msik     ia           4096 Nov  5 14:19 Group3

It also parses:
drwxrwxr-x   19 msik     ia           4096 Nov  5 14:19 Group3
3
drwxrwxr-x   119 msik     ia           4096 Nov  5 14:19 Group3
3

0 = file
1 = directory
2 = simlink
<?php

function itemize_dir($contents) {
   foreach (
$contents as $file) {
       if(
ereg("([-dl][rwxst-]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9])[ ]+(([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2})|[0-9]{4}) (.+)", $file, $regs)) {
          
$type = (int) strpos("-dl", $regs[1]{0});
          
$tmp_array['line'] = $regs[0];
          
$tmp_array['type'] = $type;
          
$tmp_array['rights'] = $regs[1];
          
$tmp_array['number'] = $regs[2];
          
$tmp_array['user'] = $regs[3];
          
$tmp_array['group'] = $regs[4];
          
$tmp_array['size'] = $regs[5];
          
$tmp_array['date'] = date("m-d",strtotime($regs[6]));
          
$tmp_array['time'] = $regs[7];
          
$tmp_array['name'] = $regs[9];
       }
      
$dir_list[] = $tmp_array;
   }
   return
$dir_list;
}
$buff = ftp_rawlist($cid, "/");
$items = itemize_dir($buff);

?>
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Jonathan Almarez
9 years ago
To make the latest correction to the parsing code:

"ergye at yahoo dot com" dosen't take into account for files or directories that are older than a year where instead of showing the time, it shows the year.

The code below not only parses:
drwxrwxr-x   2 503      503          4096 Dec  3 12:12 CVAR

It also parses:
drwxrwxr-x   2 503      503          4096 Dec  3  2003 CVAR

0 = file
1 = directory
2 = simlink
<?php

function itemize_dir($contents) {
   foreach (
$contents as $file) {
       if(
ereg("([-dl][rwxst-]+).* ([0-9]) ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9])[ ]+(([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2})|[0-9]{4}) (.+)", $file, $regs)) {
          
$type = (int) strpos("-dl", $regs[1]{0});
          
$tmp_array['line'] = $regs[0];
          
$tmp_array['type'] = $type;
          
$tmp_array['rights'] = $regs[1];
          
$tmp_array['number'] = $regs[2];
          
$tmp_array['user'] = $regs[3];
          
$tmp_array['group'] = $regs[4];
          
$tmp_array['size'] = $regs[5];
          
$tmp_array['date'] = date("m-d",strtotime($regs[6]));
          
$tmp_array['time'] = $regs[7];
          
$tmp_array['name'] = $regs[9];
       }
      
$dir_list[] = $tmp_array;
   }
   return
$dir_list;
}
$buff = ftp_rawlist($cid, "/");
$items = itemize_dir($buff);

?>
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Anonymous
10 years ago
Note that there is no standard for the format, therefore don't be suprised when parsing routines for this work perfectly on some servers, and fail horribly on some.
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nickman at freemail dot hu
6 months ago
The solution of fredvanetten at tinqle dot com is nice but needs further evaluation as because of the preg_split and static listing of the variables will produce different values: comparing a file of today or an older, from a previous year:

Array
(
    [time] => 2012
    [day] => 11
    [month] => Sep
    [size] => 37262
    [group] => group
    [user] => owner
    [number] => 1
    [rights] => -rw-rw-rw-
)

Array
(
    [time] => 14:01
    [day] => 23
    [month] => Apr
    [size] => 37262
    [group] => group
    [user] => owner
    [number] => 1
    [rights] => -rw-rw-rw-
)
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ergye at yahoo dot com
10 years ago
The previous regular expression is super, but does not take simlinks into account. Change [-d] to [-dl] and instead of indicating directories we should indicate the type of the items:

0 = file
1 = directory
2 = simlink

<?php

function itemize_dir($contents) {
    foreach (
$contents as $file) {
        if(
ereg("([-dl][rwxst-]+).* ([0-9]) ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9]) ([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}) (.+)", $file, $regs)) {
           
$type = (int) strpos("-dl", $regs[1]{0});
           
$tmp_array['line'] = $regs[0];
           
$tmp_array['type'] = $type;
           
$tmp_array['rights'] = $regs[1];
           
$tmp_array['number'] = $regs[2];
           
$tmp_array['user'] = $regs[3];
           
$tmp_array['group'] = $regs[4];
           
$tmp_array['size'] = $regs[5];
           
$tmp_array['date'] = date("m-d",strtotime($regs[6]));
           
$tmp_array['time'] = $regs[7];
           
$tmp_array['name'] = $regs[8];
        }
       
$dir_list[] = $tmp_array;
    }
    return
$dir_list;
}

$buff = ftp_rawlist($cid, "/");
$items = itemize_dir($buff);

?>
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guru at virusas dot lt
10 years ago
Lets say only one of these scripts can accept filenames with spaces, but that script doesn't return all info that we may need, so i have modified a little bit one of my script and added some more regexp from here:

<?

$buff
= ftp_rawlist($cid,"/");
foreach (
$buff as $file)
{
      if(
ereg("([-d][rwxst-]+).* ([0-9]) ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([a-zA-Z0-9]+).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9]) ([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}) (.+)",$file,$regs))
    { 
        if(
substr($regs[1],0,1)=="d") $isdir=1; else $isdir=0;
       
$tmp_array['line']=$regs[0];
       
$tmp_array['isdir']=$isdir;
       
$tmp_array['rights']=$regs[1];
       
$tmp_array['number']=$regs[2];
       
$tmp_array['user']=$regs[3];
       
$tmp_array['group']=$regs[4];
       
$tmp_array['size']=$regs[5];
       
$tmp_array['date']=date("m-d",strtotime($regs[6]));
       
$tmp_array['time']=$regs[7];
       
$tmp_array['name']=$regs[8];
     }
   
$dir_list[]=$tmp_array;
}

?>

The result is smth like that:

  8 =>
    array
      'line' => '-rw-r--r--   1 guru     users           4 Sep  3 09:41 testas testas testas.txt'
      'isdir' => 0
      'rights' => '-rw-r--r--'
      'number' => '1'
      'user' => 'guru'
      'group' => 'users'
      'size' => '4'
      'date' => '09-03'
      'time' => '09:41'
      'name' => 'testas testas testas.txt'
  9 =>
    array
      'line' => 'drwxr-xr-x   3 guru     users        4096 Aug 20 08:54 upload'
      'isdir' => 1
      'rights' => 'drwxr-xr-x'
      'number' => '3'
      'user' => 'guru'
      'group' => 'users'
      'size' => '4096'
      'date' => '08-20'
      'time' => '08:54'
      'name' => 'upload'

Home this will help someone
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eros at speedy dot com dot ar
10 years ago
NO, NO, NO.

The above examples are all wrong, the spaces given in array are not there "just because", its just a tabbed structure. In php we don't have structures like in c/cpp, but the following function will do the job.

<?php

function parse_rawlist( $array ) {

    for (
$i = 1; $i < count($array); $i++ ) {

       
$current = $array[$i];
   
       
$structure[$i]['perms']  = substr($current, 0, 10);
       
$structure[$i]['number'] = trim(substr($current, 11, 3));
       
$structure[$i]['owner']  = trim(substr($current, 15, 8));
       
$structure[$i]['group']  = trim(substr($current, 24, 8));
       
$structure[$i]['size']   = trim(substr($current, 33, 8));
       
$structure[$i]['month']  = trim(substr($current, 42, 3));
       
$structure[$i]['day']    = trim(substr($current, 46, 2));
       
$structure[$i]['time']   = substr($current, 49, 5);
       
$structure[$i]['name']   = substr($current, 55, strlen($current) - 55);

    }

    return
$structure;

}

?>
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soon7 at wanadoo dot fr
10 years ago
Hi all !
ther is a litlle mistake in the naivesong 's message .
Indeed , you stop to parse too early ...
I tried and fix it like this :
<?
// getting the list
 
$list = ftp_rawlist ($ftp_stream, $ftp_directory);
  
$folders = array();
  
$files = array();
  
$links = array();
   for (
$i=0; $i<count($list); $i++)
   {
       
//----convert tabs to blanks
        //----delete multiple blanks
// Here begin my modifications
list ($permissions, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$number, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$owner, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$group, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$size, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$timeMonth,$list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$timeDay,$list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     list (
$timeTime,$list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
    
$filename=$list[$i];
// by taking $filename in last position , it works even if there is some space in its name
//then we put it in the m array with the new things
//----ok, put all this into the related array
if ($filename != "." && $filename != "..")
     {
      
$m = array();
      
$m["name"] = $filename;
      
$m["link"] = $filelink;
      
$m["size"] = afficherPoidsFichier($size);
      
$m["month"] = $timeMonth;
      
$m["day"] = $timeDay;
      
$m["time"] = $timeTime;
      
$m["owner"] = $owner;
      
$m["group"] = $group;
      
$m["permissions"] = $permissions;
       if (
substr($permissions, 0, 1) == "d")
        
$folders[count($folders)] = $m;
       else if (
substr($permissions, 0, 1) == "l")
        
$links[count($files)] = $m;
       else
        
$files[count($files)] = $m;
     }
   }
// you can sort $folders , $files , $links after if u want
// afficherPoidsFichier($size) is a little function i found in this site at filesize() , works good !
// Just give the good size
function afficherPoidsFichier($size) {
 
$sizes = Array('o', 'Ko', 'Mo', 'Go');
 
$ext = $sizes[0];
  for (
$i=1; (($i < count($sizes)) && ($size >= 1024)); $i++) {
  
$size = $size / 1024;
  
$ext  = $sizes[$i];
  }
  return
round($size, 2).' '.$ext;
}
?>
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naivesong at matiasmoreno dot com dot ar
10 years ago
I'm afraid I forgot the "parsenext" function in my previous note. Here it is:

<?php

   
function parsenext ($s)
    {
     
$k = strpos ($s, " ");
     
$m = array();
     
$m[0] = substr($s, 0, $k);
     
$m[1] = substr($s, $k+1);
      return
$m;
    }

?>
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naivesong at matiasmoreno dot com dot ar
10 years ago
This script will properly handle FTP servers where the returned date/time differs from the generic mm-dd-YYYY hh:mm:ss format:

<?php

    $list
= ftp_rawlist ($ftp_stream, $ftp_directory);

   
$folders = array();
   
$files = array();
   
$links = array();
    for (
$i=0; $i<count($list); $i++)
    {
     
//----convert tabs to blanks
     
$list[$i] = str_replace ("\t", " ", $list[$i]);
     
//----delete multiple blanks
     
while (($k = strpos($list[$i], "  ")) !== FALSE)
       
$list[$i] = substr($list[$i],0,$k+1).trim(substr($list[$i],$k));
     
//----split link reference from filename where available
     
if (($k = strpos($list[$i], " -> ")) !== FALSE)
      {
       
$filelink = substr($list[$i], $k+4);
       
$list[$i] = substr($list[$i], 0, $k);
      }
      else
       
$filelink = "";
     
//----parse filename
     
$k = strrpos($list[$i], " ");
     
$filename = substr($list[$i], $k+1);
     
$list[$i] = substr($list[$i], 0, $k);
     
//----parse the rest of info
     
list ($permissions, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
      list (
$number, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
      list (
$owner, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
      list (
$group, $list[$i]) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
      list (
$size, $time) = parsenext ($list[$i]);
     
//----ok, put all this into the related array
     
if ($filename != "." && $filename != "..")
      {
       
$m = array();
       
$m["name"] = $filename;
       
$m["link"] = $filelink;
       
$m["size"] = $size;
       
$m["time"] = $time;
       
$m["owner"] = $owner;
       
$m["group"] = $group;
       
$m["permissions"] = $permissions;
        if (
substr($permissions, 0, 1) == "d")
         
$folders[count($folders)] = $m;
        else if (
substr($permissions, 0, 1) == "l")
         
$links[count($files)] = $m;
        else
         
$files[count($files)] = $m;
      }
    }
   
sort ($folders);
   
sort ($files);
   
sort ($links);

?>

This script works fine on any raw list that complies with the following format:

permissions number owner group size time name [" -> " link_to]

where time may have whatever format the FTP server wants. ;-)

It also returns folders, files and links in separated sorted lists (got this idea from the note of "postmaster at alishomepage dot com" in this help page).
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josh at snaphat dot com
10 years ago
I fixed jmv AT jmvware DOT com's script:
<?php

$dirline
=ereg_replace(" +",' ',$dirline);
$isdir=0;
if (
ereg('^d',$dirline)) $isdir=1;
list(
$permissions,$num,$owner,$group
,$size,$month,$day,$year_time,$name)=split(' ',$dirline);

//added the next lines:
$fix=explode(' ',$dirline);
$fixsize=count($fix);
if(
$fixsize > 8)
{
  for(
$start=9;$start<$fixsize;$start++)
  {
  
$name.=" " . $fix[$start];
  }
}
?>
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Anonymous
10 years ago
If you write
<?php
rawlist
($ftp, "-a");
?>
The command will be "LIST -a", so the retuned list will also contain hidden files like ".htaccess".

In this case all files and folders of the current directory are contained.
To list another folder, you must change to it with "ftp_chdir".
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moonglobe3739 [ A t ] hotmail .com
11 years ago
hope this helps someone:
<?php
$list
= ftp_rawlist($ftp_stream,$dir);
$dirc = array();
foreach (
$list as $file)
{
    list(
$perms,$owner,$group,$size,$mtime,$fname) =
   
preg_match('#^([bcdlsp-][rwxtTsS-]{9})\s+(?:[0-9]+)\s+'.
              
'([a-zA-Z]+)\s+([a-zA-Z]+)\s+([0-9]+)\s+'.
              
'([A-Z][a-z]+ [0-9]{1,2} [0-9]{4} [0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}) (.*)$#',$file);
   
$dirc[$fname]['permissions'] = $perms;
   
$dirc[$fname]['owner']       = $owner;
   
$dirc[$fname]['group']       = $group;
   
$dirc[$fname]['size']        = $size;
   
$dirc[$fname]['modtime']     = $mtime;
}
?>
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postmaster at alishomepage dot com
11 years ago
Here we go for a 100% working code... :D

<?

[code]

function
cutspaces($str){
    while(
substr($str,0,1)==" "){$str=substr($str,1);}
    return
$str;}

[
code]

$folders=array();
$files=array();
for(
$i=0;$i<sizeof($list);$i++){
    list(
$permissions,$next)=split(" ",$list[$i],2);
    list(
$num,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$owner,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$group,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$size,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$month,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$day,$next)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    list(
$year_time,$filename)=split(" ",cutspaces($next),2);
    if(
$filename!="." && $filename!=".."){
        if(
substr($permissions,0,1)=="d"){
           
$folders[]=$filename;
        } else {
           
$files[]=$filename;}}}
sort($folders);
sort($files);

[
code]

?>

so this will simply "get" all the information WITHOUT being in any case interfered with some spaces, ... etc etc... It will even put files in a $files array and folders in a $folders array, and sort them, so you will be able of using all this later

and: the "folders" will NOT contain "." and ".." ;)

so you can use all this to make a beautiful FTP interface... later on you could for example put permissions and etc etc in other arrays to use them in your result... cute....
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postmaster at alishomepage dot com
11 years ago
Another "formula" for decoding the rawlist: the ide is that normaly a "ls" contains info like below:

<file rights> <number> <owner> <group> <date> <time> <filename>

and: the "time" contains a ":" (which is NOT contained in any of the other infos -if we reversely read the array)

and, in the case the "time" would not exist, i have done a "protection script" that would try to find out using the year... Yet that may NOT always work since a user name or group name MAY contain an item like "1999" etc... (and i did not check the date format reversely -on the filename first- since a probability of presence is higher of a date is MUCH higher in a filename)

So here we go:

<?

[... code ...]

$fnTest=array("198","199","200","201","202");

[...
code ...]

$j=0;
$strrpos=strrpos($list[$i],":");
while(
$strrpos==0){
   
$strrpos=strpos($list[$i],$fnTest[$j]);
   
$j++;}
if(
$j){
   
$strrpos+=2+strlen($fnTest[$j]);
}else{
   
$strrpos+=4;}
$elmt=substr($list[$i],$strrpos);

[...
code ...]

?>

and $elmt would *normally* contain the info we want... but i'm still working on it!
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Svenne Burner
11 years ago
If you want to use explode, for all files in a dir, or something..

Use:

$rawlist[$i][$x] = ereg_replace( "([\x20]+)", "\x20", $rawlist[$i][$x]);

/*
$rawlist[$i][$x] = explode("\x20", $rawlist[$i][$x]);

echo $rawlist[$i][$x][$k] . "<br>";
*/

Why?:
The output prints a different amount of spaces.
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jmv AT jmvware DOT com
11 years ago
Seems it doesn't have to be so complicated:

$dirline=ereg_replace(" +",' ',$dirline);
$isdir=0;
if (ereg('^d',$dirline)) $isdir=1;
list($permissions,$num,$owner,$group
,$size,$month,$day,$year_time,$name)=split(' ',$dirline);
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azakolyukin at gmail dot com
2 years ago
To avoid complicated parsing and sorting fetched data it's possible to use additional options. For example to sort files by date and display only name of files the following code can be used:

ftp_rawlist($ftpConnection, '-1t');
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murasame at danzers dot org
12 years ago
I tweaked the regexp above and used it like this in a for-loop:

...
ereg("([-d])([rwxst-]{9}).* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]* [0-9]{2}:?[0-9]{2}) (.+)", $raw[$i], $regs)

$out[] = array("is_dir" =>
  ($regs[1] == "d") ? true : false,
"mod" => $regs[2],
"size" => $regs[3],
"time" => $regs[4],
"name" => $regs[5],
"raw" => $regs[0]);
...

the previous version couldn't handle old dates which are in format 'M d Y' instead of 'M d H:i' correctly
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maikdemaSPAM at yahooMAPS dot com
12 years ago
L8 ereg mask (directory?, size, name):

ereg("([-d])[rwxst-]{9}.* ([0-9]*) [a-zA-Z]+ [0-9: ]*[0-9]
(.+)",$dirline,$regs);

I've tried this, and it works fine if the name of the file has not a number in the first letter. for example, if I have a file named "1file.exe", it shows "file.exe"; and if I've a file named "010102.exe" it shows ".exe" only.
I've improved it by doing this:

if(ereg("([-d])[rwxst-]{9}.* ([0-9]*) ([a-zA-Z]+[0-9: ]*[0-9]) ([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}) (.+)",$dirline,$regs))
{
            if($regs[1]=="d") $dirinfo[0] = 1;
            $dirinfo[1] = $regs[2];
            $dirinfo[2] = $regs[3];
            $dirinfo[3] = $regs[4];
            $dirinfo[4] = $regs[5];
}
$dirinfo[0] => is a directory? (1=yes)
$dirinfo[1] => file size
$dirinfo[2] => file date
$dirinfo[3] => file time
$dirinfo[4] => file name

and now works with all filename formats!
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ryan at wonko dot com
12 years ago
[[ Editors note: Seems it was fixed in PHP 4.3.0 ]]
A note to developers using PHP on Windows servers: as of PHP 4.1.2, ftp_rawlist() is broken in the Windows build of PHP. It will return nothing at all, even if the same code works fine on UNIX. So if you're going crazy trying to figure out why the function isn't returning anything, stop wasting your time, you're not doing anything wrong. Hopefully this will get fixed in future versions, although it's apparently been an issue since at least 4.0.6.

More info on this bug is at http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=16057
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cialdi at firenze dot net
13 years ago
the second parameter accepts also standard arguments of /bin/ls command like "-l" or "-t"
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php at smintman dot com
13 years ago
An example script for rekursiv directory analysis ... interesting are the ereg functions for spliting the content based on the system type...
(http://beben.lanparty.de/smint/ftp_rekdiranalys.phps)

<?php
function analysedir($dirline)
{
    global
$systyp,$ftp_server,$stop;
   
    if(
ereg("([-dl])[rwxst-]{9}",substr($dirline,0,10))) {
       
$systyp = "UNIX";
    }
   
    if(
substr($dirline,0,5) == "total") {
       
$dirinfo[0] = -1;
    } elseif(
$systyp=="Windows_NT") {
        if(
ereg("[-0-9]+ *[0-9:]+[PA]?M? +<DIR> {10}(.*)",$dirline,$regs)) {
           
$dirinfo[0] = 1;
           
$dirinfo[1] = 0;
           
$dirinfo[2] = $regs[1];
        } elseif(
ereg("[-0-9]+ *[0-9:]+[PA]?M? +([0-9]+) (.*)",$dirline,$regs)) {
           
$dirinfo[0] = 0;
           
$dirinfo[1] = $regs[1];
           
$dirinfo[2] = $regs[2];
        }
    } elseif(
$systyp=="UNIX") {
        if(
ereg("([-d])[rwxst-]{9}.* ([0-9]*) [a-zA-Z]+ [0-9: ]*[0-9] (.+)",$dirline,$regs)) {
            if(
$regs[1]=="d")    $dirinfo[0] = 1;
?>
            $dirinfo[1] = $regs[2];
            $dirinfo[2] = $regs[3];
        }
    }
   
    if(($dirinfo[2]==".")||($dirinfo[2]=="..")) $dirinfo[0]=0;

    // array -> 0 = switch, directory or not
    // array -> 1 = filesize (if dir =0)
    // array -> 2 = filename or dirname
       
    return $dirinfo;
}

function rekdir($dir)
{
    global $conn_id,$filetyps,$exectyps,$ftp_server,$banlist,$size,$ssize;

    echo "<b>$dir</b><br>";
   
    $dirlist = ftp_rawlist($conn_id,"");

    for($i=0;$i<count($dirlist);$i++) {
        $dirinfo = analysedir($dirlist[$i]);
   
        if($dirinfo[0]==1) {
            $newdir = "$dir/$dirinfo[2]";
           
            if(($dirinfo[2]=="~")||(substr($dirinfo[2],0,1)==" "))
                $chdir=ftp_chdir($conn_id,$newdir);
            else    $chdir=ftp_chdir($conn_id,$dirinfo[2]);
           
            $stop = 0;
//            for($k=0;($k<count($banlist))&&(!$stop);$k++) {
//                if(strpos($newdir,$banlist[$k])!=0) $stop=1;
//            }
           
            if(!$stop && $chdir) {
                rekdir($newdir);
            }
       
            if(!ftp_chdir($conn_id,$dir))    ftp_cdup($conn_id);
        } elseif($dirinfo[0]==0) {
            echo "$dirinfo[2]<br>";
           
            $size += $dirinfo[1];
        }

    }
   
}

$conn_id = ftp_connect($ftp_server);
$login_result = @ftp_login($conn_id, $user, $password);

if ($login_result) {
    $real_systyp = ftp_systype($conn_id);
    $systyp = $real_systyp;
    echo "scanning... $systyp<br>";

    rekdir("");

    ftp_quit($conn_id);
}
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not4rent at gmail dot com
2 years ago
The following function receives a $rawList generated by ftp_rawlist and returns a parsed array (all in single function).

<?php
   
private function parseRawList($rawList)
    {
     
//if you want the dots (. & ..) set this variable to 0
     
$start = 2;
     
//specify the order of the contents here
      //currently set to first directories "d"
      //second links "l"
      //and last the files "-"
      //change it to your convenience but don't touch the value names!
     
$orderList = array("d", "l", "-");
     
//the name and the order of the columns
      //change it to your convenience
      //but don't increase/reduce the number of columns
     
$typeCol = "type";
     
$cols = array("permissions", "number", "owner", "group", "size", "month", "day", "time", "name");
       
        foreach(
$rawList as $key=>$value)
        {
           
$parser = null;
            if(
$key >= $start) $parser = explode(" ", preg_replace('!\s+!', ' ', $value));
            if(isset(
$parser))
            {
                foreach(
$parser as $key=>$item)
                {
                   
$parser[$cols[$key]] = $item;
                    unset(
$parser[$key]);
                }
               
$parsedList[] = $parser;
            }
        }
        foreach(
$orderList as $order)
        {
            foreach(
$parsedList as $key=>$parsedItem) {
               
$type = substr(current($parsedItem), 0, 1);
                if(
$type == $order) {
                   
$parsedItem[$typeCol] = $type;
                    unset(
$parsedList[$key]);
                   
$parsedList[] = $parsedItem;
                }
            }
        }
        return
array_values($parsedList);
    }
?>

Enjoy!!
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