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Usage document for %sizedir.r
1. Introduction to %sizedir.r
This script is a handy tool that displays the total size of all %.r files in a directory.
2. sizedir At a Glance
>> do http://www.rebol.org/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/rebol/download-a-script.r?script-name=sizedir.r connecting to: www.rebol.org Script: "Total Size of .r Files" (24-Apr-1999) 58475 bytes
3. Using %sizedir.r
There are a few change that be made to this script. You could change the directory that is scanned, and the files that are included in the total.
3.1. Running %sizedir.r
This utility is simple to use. Just DO it.
>> do %sizedir.r
This can be executed directly from the library
>> do http://www.rebol.org/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/rebol/download-a-script.r?script-name=sizedir.rand will give you information on the %.r files in the current default directory.
4. What you can learn
How REBOL can return a block of filenames by using load on a directory specification. In this example, load %./.
The REBOL size? function returns the length of a file. Note there are complexities to this in real life, as operating system filesystems usually have allocations that don't match actual file sizes. But that is a more advanced topic.
5. What can break
By default, REBOL security settings do not allow directory reads for most directories. Modified versions of %sizedir.r may cause a security question, unless you start up REBOL with the -s option.