1. Overview
      1. What It Is
      2. Why I Would Want to Use It
      3. Known Issues
    2. Getting Started
      1. Fundamentals
        1. Design Patterns
        2. xPDO, the Class
          1. As Object and Relational Mapper
          2. As PDO Wrapper
          3. As Service Layer
          4. The xPDO Constructor
            1. Hydrating Fields
      2. Introduction to the xPDO Object Model
        1. Understanding xPDOCriteria and xPDOQuery
      3. Creating a Model With xPDO
        1. Defining a Schema
          1. Defining Relationships
          2. Defining the Database and Tables
            1. Upgrading Models to Schema Version 1.1
          3. More Examples of xPDO XML Schema Files
          4. Validation Rules in your Schema
        2. Generating the Model Code
          1. Domain Classes
          2. O-R Maps
          3. Table Classes
      4. Using Your xPDO Model
        1. Creating Objects
        2. Database Connections and xPDO
        3. Loading Packages
        4. Removing Objects
          1. removeCollection
        5. Retrieving Objects
          1. getCollectionGraph
        6. Setting Object Fields
        7. Working with Related Objects
    3. Extending Your xPDO Model
      1. Overriding Derived Behavior
        1. Using Custom Object Loaders
      2. Working With Transient Object Classes
    4. Advanced Features
      1. Caching
        1. Caching Tutorial - Basic Snippets
        2. Caching Tutorial - Lifetimes
      2. Object Validation
        1. xPDOForeignKeyConstraint
        2. xPDOMaxLengthValidationRule
        3. xPDOMaxValueValidationRule
        4. xPDOMinLengthValidationRule
        5. xPDOMinValueValidationRule
        6. xPDOObjectExistsValidationRule
    5. xPDO Development
      1. Testing
      2. Building
      3. Documentation and Tutorials
    6. Class Reference
      1. xPDO
        1. xPDO.addPackage
        2. xPDO.beginTransaction
        3. xPDO.commit
        4. xPDO.connect
        5. xPDO.fromJSON
        6. xPDO.getCollection
        7. xPDO.getCollectionGraph
        8. xPDO.getCount
        9. xPDO.getDebug
        10. xPDO.getFields
        11. xPDO.getIterator
        12. xPDO.getManager
        13. xPDO.getObject
        14. xPDO.getObjectGraph
        15. xPDO.getOption
        16. xPDO.getTableName
        17. xPDO.loadClass
        18. xPDO.log
        19. xPDO.newObject
        20. xPDO.newQuery
        21. xPDO.query
        22. xPDO.setDebug
        23. xPDO.setLogLevel
        24. xPDO.setLogTarget
        25. xPDO.setOption
        26. xPDO.toJSON
      2. xPDOCacheManager
        1. xPDOCacheManager.copyFile
        2. xPDOCacheManager.copyTree
        3. xPDOCacheManager.delete
        4. xPDOCacheManager.deleteTree
        5. xPDOCacheManager.endsWith
        6. xPDOCacheManager.escapeSingleQuotes
        7. xPDOCacheManager.get
        8. xPDOCacheManager.getCachePath
        9. xPDOCacheManager.getCacheProvider
        10. xPDOCacheManager.matches
        11. xPDOCacheManager.replace
        12. xPDOCacheManager.set
        13. xPDOCacheManager.writeFile
        14. xPDOCacheManager.writeTree
      3. xPDOGenerator
        1. xPDOGenerator.parseSchema
        2. xPDOGenerator.writeSchema
      4. xPDOManager
        1. xPDOManager.createObjectContainer
        2. xPDOManager.createSourceContainer
        3. xPDOManager.removeObjectContainer
        4. xPDOManager.removeSourceContainer
      5. xPDOObject
        1. Configuration Accessors
          1. getOption
          2. setOption
        2. Field Accessors
          1. fromArray
          2. fromJSON
          3. get
          4. set
          5. toArray
          6. toJSON
        3. Metadata Accessors
          1. getFieldName
          2. getFKClass
          3. getFKDefinition
          4. getPK
          5. getPKType
          6. getSelectColumns
        4. Persistence Methods
          1. remove
          2. save
        5. Related Object Accessors
          1. addMany
          2. addOne
          3. getMany
          4. getOne
        6. State Accessors
          1. isDirty
          2. isLazy
          3. isNew
        7. Static Object Loaders
          1. _loadCollectionInstance
          2. _loadInstance
          3. _loadRows
          4. load
          5. loadCollection
          6. loadCollectionGraph
          7. Using Custom Loader Classes
        8. Validation
          1. addValidationRule
          2. getValidator
          3. isValidated
          4. removeValidationRules
          5. validate
      6. xPDOQuery
        1. xPDOQuery.andCondition
        2. xPDOQuery.groupby
        3. xPDOQuery.innerJoin
        4. xPDOQuery.leftJoin
        5. xPDOQuery.limit
        6. xPDOQuery.orCondition
        7. xPDOQuery.rightJoin
        8. xPDOQuery.select
        9. xPDOQuery.setClassAlias
        10. xPDOQuery.sortby
        11. xPDOQuery.where
      7. xPDORevisionControl
      8. xPDOTransport
        1. xPDOTransport.install
        2. xPDOTransport.pack
        3. xPDOTransport.uninstall
      9. xPDOValidator
        1. xPDOValidator.addMessage
        2. xPDOValidator.getMessages
        3. xPDOValidator.hasMessages
        4. xPDOValidator.validate

xPDOCacheManager.deleteTree

xPDOCacheManager::deleteTree

Recursively deletes a directory tree of files.

The options array has the following parameters available:

  • deleteTop - If true, will delete the top directory that is specified. Defaults to false.
  • skipDirs - If true, will not delete the directories; just the files. Defaults to false.
  • extensions - An array of file extensions to filter by - will only delete files with those extensions. Set to null or false to delete all files.
  • delete_exclude_items - An array of names of files to skip.
  • delete_exclude_patterns - An array or string of patterns to exclude by.

Syntax

API Docs: http://api.modxcms.com/xpdo/cache/xPDOCacheManager.html#deleteTree

boolean deleteTree (string $dirname, [array $options = array(
   'deleteTop' => false,
   'skipDirs' => false,
   'extensions' => array('.cache.php')
)])

Example

Delete the /modx/assets/videos/ directory (assuming the constant MODX_ASSETS_PATH is set) and all the files in it:

$xpdo->cacheManager->deleteTree(MODX_ASSETS_PATH.'videos/',array(
   'deleteTop' => true,
   'extensions' => false,
));

Delete only .flv files in the above directory:

$xpdo->cacheManager->deleteTree(MODX_ASSETS_PATH.'videos/',array(
   'deleteTop' => true,
   'extensions' => array('.flv'),
));

Delete all movies in above directory, except george.mov, buddies.flv, and any file name containing the word 'fun'.

$xpdo->cacheManager->deleteTree(MODX_ASSETS_PATH.'videos/',array(
   'deleteTop' => true,
   'extensions' => false,
   'delete_exclude_items' => array('george.mov','buddies.flv'),
   'delete_exclude_patterns' => '/fun/i',
));

See Also

  1. xPDOCacheManager.copyFile
  2. xPDOCacheManager.copyTree
  3. xPDOCacheManager.delete
  4. xPDOCacheManager.deleteTree
  5. xPDOCacheManager.endsWith
  6. xPDOCacheManager.escapeSingleQuotes
  7. xPDOCacheManager.get
  8. xPDOCacheManager.getCachePath
  9. xPDOCacheManager.getCacheProvider
  10. xPDOCacheManager.matches
  11. xPDOCacheManager.replace
  12. xPDOCacheManager.writeFile
  13. xPDOCacheManager.set
  14. xPDOCacheManager.writeTree

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