laravel-directory-cleanup

by spatie

Clean up old files in specified directories

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Delete old files in Laravel apps

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This package will delete old files from directories. You can use a configuration file to specify the maximum age of a file in a certain directory.

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Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require spatie/laravel-directory-cleanup

In Laravel 5.5 the service provider will automatically get registered. In older versions of the framework just add the service provider in

config/app.php
file:
'providers' => [
    ...
    Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\DirectoryCleanupServiceProvider::class,

];

Next, you must publish the config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\DirectoryCleanupServiceProvider"

This is the content of the published config file

laravel-directory-cleanup
return [

'directories' => [

    /*
     * Here you can specify which directories need to be cleanup. All files older than
     * the specified amount of minutes will be deleted.
     */

    /*
    'path/to/a/directory' => [
        'deleteAllOlderThanMinutes' => 60 * 24,
    ],
    */
],

/*
 * If a file is older than the amount of minutes specified, a cleanup policy will decide if that file
 * should be deleted. By default every file that is older than the specified amount of minutes
 * will be deleted.
 *
 * You can customize this behaviour by writing your own clean up policy.  A valid policy
 * is any class that implements `Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\Policies\CleanupPolicy`.
 */
'cleanup_policy' => \Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\Policies\DeleteEverything::class,

];

Usage

Specify the directories that need cleaning in the config file.

When running the console command

clean:directories
all files in the specified directories older than
deleteAllOlderThanMinutes
will be deleted. Empty subdirectories will also be deleted.

This command can be scheduled in Laravel's console kernel.

// app/Console/Kernel.php

protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule) { $schedule->command('clean:directories')->daily(); }

Writing a custom clean up policy

If you want to apply additional conditional logic before a file is deleted, you can replace the default

cleanup_policy
with a custom one. Create a class which implements
Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\Policies\CleanupPolicy
and add your logic to the
shouldDelete
method.
// app/CleanupPolicies/MyPolicy.php

namespace App\CleanupPolicies;

use Symfony\Component\Finder\SplFileInfo; use Spatie\DirectoryCleanup\Policies\CleanupPolicy;

class MyPolicy implements CleanupPolicy { public function shouldDelete(SplFileInfo $file) : bool { $filesToKeep = ['robots.txt'];

    return ! in_array($file->getFilename(), $filesToKeep);
}

}

Changelog

Please see CHANGELOG for more information on what has changed recently.

Testing

$ composer test

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security

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Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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