Package KFM

Examples of KFM.File

        } else if ((aLogLevel > DEBUG_LEVEL) || (aLogLevel < DEACTIVATE_LEVEL)){
            throw new ProgrammerException("Wrong LogLevel!");
        } else {
            try {
                // open the file aLogFile in append and autoflush mode
                mFileSize = (new File(aLogFileName)).length();
                FileOutputStream tFileOutputStream = new FileOutputStream(aLogFileName, true);
                mPrintStream   = new PrintStream(new BufferedOutputStream(tFileOutputStream, 4096) , true);
                mLoggingLevel  = aLogLevel;
                mLogFileName   = aLogFileName;
                mLoggingEnabled = true;
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        try {
            // rename existing log files
            for(int i = MAX_BACKUP_LOG_FILES - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
                // special case handling: there is no 'log0' it's just 'log'
                    new File(mLogFileName + (0 == i ? "" : "" + i)),
                    new File(mLogFileName + (i+1)));

            // open new log file (with the same name)
            FileOutputStream tFileOutputStream =
                new FileOutputStream(mLogFileName);
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        new File(aTempDir));

        //load the properties
        Properties tHelpProps = new Properties();
        tHelpProps.load(new FileInputStream (aConfigPath));
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    * Create the new dirs. If file already exists on file system
    * delete it to prevent errors if it is write protected.
    private void ensurePathForFileExists(File aFile)
        File tPath = new File(aFile.getParent());
        if(!tPath.exists()) {
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        } else {
            File tTargetFile = new File(computeNewFilePath(aFile));
            if(tTargetFile.exists()) {
            try {
                FileUtils.copy(aFile, tTargetFile);
            } catch(IOException e) {
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                        //if file is already a jsp-file, you shouldn't overwrite it!
                        //It is already converted!
                        //So only create the file if it not already exist!
                        //A file isn't created on hard disk with the constructor "new File()".
                        //So you can test if a file exists with file.exists().
                        File tFile = new File (tPath);
                        try {
                            tWriter = new BufferedWriter (new FileWriter (tPath));
                            tWriter.write( tContent);
                        finally {
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