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SshSftFileAttributesRec Struct Reference


Data Fields

SshSftFileAttrFlags flags
SshSftFileType type
SshSftUInt64 size
char * owner
char * group
SshSftUInt32 uid
SshSftUInt32 gid
SshSftTime create_time
SshSftTime modify_time
SshSftTime access_time
SshSftUInt32 permissions

Detailed Description

Data structure for representing file attributes.


Field Documentation

SshSftTime access_time
 

Time of last access.

SshSftTime create_time
 

Time of creation.

SshSftFileAttrFlags flags
 

Flags that specify which attributes are present.

SshSftUInt32 gid
 

Group id owning the file.

char* group
 

Group name of the owner of the file.

SshSftTime modify_time
 

Time of last modification.

char* owner
 

User name of the owner of the file.

SshSftUInt32 permissions
 

Permissions of the file. This is in UNIX format.

SshSftUInt64 size
 

The size of the file.

SshSftFileType type
 

The type of the file.

SshSftUInt32 uid
 

User ID owning the file.



 

 
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