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zip_name_locate — get index of file by name
#include <zip.h> zip_int64_t zip_name_locate(zip_t *archive, const char *fname, zip_flags_t flags);
The zip_name_locate() function returns the index of the file named fname in archive. If archive does not contain a file with that name, -1 is returned. The flags are specified by or'ing the following values, or 0 for none of them. ZIP_FL_NOCASE Ignore case distinctions. (Will only work well if the file names are ASCII.) With this flag, zip_name_locate() will be slow for archives with many files. ZIP_FL_NODIR Ignore directory part of file name in archive. With this flag, zip_name_locate() will be slow for archives with many files. ZIP_FL_ENC_RAW Compare against 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, before comparing. 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 before comparing. Note: ASCII is a subset of both CP-437 and UTF-8.
zip_name_locate() returns the index of the file named fname or -1, if archive does not contain an entry of that name.
zip_name_locate() fails if: [ZIP_ER_INVAL] One of the arguments is invalid. [ZIP_ER_MEMORY] Required memory could not be allocated. [ZIP_ER_NOENT] No entry of the name fname is found in the archive.
zip_name_locate() was added in libzip 0.6. In libzip 0.11 the return type was changed from int to zip_int64_t. In libzip 0.11 the type of flags was changed from int to zip_flags_t.
Dieter Baron <email@example.com> and Thomas Klausner <firstname.lastname@example.org>