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zip_get_name — get name of file by index
#include <zip.h> const char * zip_get_name(zip_t *archive, zip_uint64_t index, zip_flags_t flags);
The zip_get_name() function returns the name of the file at position index in archive. The name is in UTF-8 encoding unless ZIP_FL_ENC_RAW was specified (see below). If flags is set to ZIP_FL_UNCHANGED, the original unchanged filename is returned. The returned string must not be modified or freed, and becomes invalid when archive is closed. Additionally, the following flags are supported: ZIP_FL_ENC_RAW Return the unmodified names as it is in the ZIP archive. ZIP_FL_ENC_GUESS (Default.) Guess the encoding of the name in the ZIP archive and convert it to UTF-8, if necessary. ZIP_FL_ENC_STRICT Follow the ZIP specification and expect CP-437 encoded names in the ZIP archive (except if they are explicitly marked as UTF-8). Convert it to UTF-8. Note: ASCII is a subset of both CP-437 and UTF-8.
Upon successful completion, a pointer to the name is returned. Otherwise, NULL and the error code in archive is set to indicate the error.
zip_get_name() fails if: [ZIP_ER_DELETED] index refers to a file that has been deleted (see zip_delete(3)). [ZIP_ER_INVAL] index is not a valid file index in archive, or index points to an added file and ZIP_FL_UNCHANGED is set. [ZIP_ER_MEMORY] Required memory could not be allocated.
zip_get_name() was added in libzip 0.6. In libzip 0.10 the type of index was changed from int to zip_uint64_t. In libzip 0.11 the type of flags was changed from int to zip_flags_t.
Dieter Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Thomas Klausner <email@example.com>