Python windows path regex

Python windows path regex

By : user2173118
Date : October 21 2020, 08:10 PM
Hope this helps I'd strongly recommend using the python pathlib module. It's part of the standard library and designed to handle file paths. Some examples:
code :
>>> from pathlib import Path
>>> p = Path(r"C:\Users\Bob\.luxshop\jeans\diesel-qd\images\Livier_11.png")
>>> p
>>> p.name
>>> p.parts
('C:\\', 'Users', 'Bob', '.luxshop', 'jeans', 'diesel-qd', 'images', 'Livier_11.png')
>>> # construct a path from parts
>>> Path("C:\some_folder", "subfolder", "file.txt")
>>> p.exists()
>>> p.is_file()
>>> s = "C:\\Users\\Bob\\.luxshop\\jeans\\diesel-qd\\images\\Livier_11.png"
>>> import re
>>> match = re.match(r".*(\\.*)$", s)
>>> match.group(1)

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python os.path.dirname yields wrong results with windows network path

python os.path.dirname yields wrong results with windows network path

By : John Faust
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You are most likely not running this on Windows. The behaviour is entirely consistent with using the os.path module on anything but an actual Windows environment.
os.path adjusts behaviour to match the current platform. On Windows, both forward and backward slashes are supported, but on Linux and Mac only forward slashes are recognized. That's to match the actual convention used on the platform you are running your code on.
code :
import ntpath
result = ntpath.dirname(path)
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: with os.path.dirname and os.path.join in windows using python

IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: with os.path.dirname and os.path.join in windows using python

By : Stephen Eubanks
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Python is mixing forward and backslashes. You can solve by replacing forward slashes in DIRNAME:
code :
DIRNAME = '\\'.join(os.path.dirname(__file__).split("/"))
print mydir
IDLE's path, not Windows' path: How do I edit Python's path in MS Windows to include a .py module?

IDLE's path, not Windows' path: How do I edit Python's path in MS Windows to include a .py module?

By : Russell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Do not put a python file in pythonxy/include, which is for C .h header files.
pythonxy/scripts is for startup files and support files for startup files. But this only works if pythonxy/scripts is on the system PATH. The installer asks you if you want this. But this in turn is problematic if you have more than one python version installed.
How to effectively convert a POSIX path to Windows path with Python in Cygwin?

How to effectively convert a POSIX path to Windows path with Python in Cygwin?

By : user2305911
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue According to [Cygwin]: cygpath:
code :
-w, --windows         print Windows form of NAMEs (C:\WINNT)
[cfati@cfati-5510-0:/cygdrive/e/Work/Dev/StackOverflow/q054237800]> cygpath.exe -w /cygdrive/c/location/of/file.html
>>> import subprocess
>>> def get_win_path(cyg_path):
...     return subprocess.check_output(["cygpath", "-w", cyg_path]).strip(b"\n").decode()
>>> print(get_win_path("/cygdrive/c/location/of/file.html"))
regex for windows path

regex for windows path

By : Piotr Jelonek
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you As part of fortify fix we need to validate a filepath. For example, , You can try:
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