R/Compression.R

Defines functions createZipFile

Documented in createZipFile

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#' Compress files and/or folders into a single zip file
#'
#' @details
#' Uses Java's compression library to create a zip file. It is similar to \code{utils::zip}, except
#' that it does not require an external zip tool to be available on the system path.
#'
#' @param zipFile The path to the zip file to be created.
#' @param files   The files and/or folders to be included in the zip file. Folders will be included recursively.
#' @param rootFolder  The root folder. All files will be stored with relative paths relative to this folder.
#' @param compressionLevel A number between 1 and 9. 9 compresses best, but it also takes the longest.
#'
#' @export
createZipFile <- function(zipFile, files, rootFolder = getwd(), compressionLevel = 9) {
  files <- sapply(as.character(files), normalizePath)
  suppressWarnings(zipFile <- normalizePath(as.character(zipFile), mustWork = FALSE))
  rootFolder <- normalizePath(as.character(rootFolder))
  compressionLevel <- as.integer(compressionLevel)
  rJava::J("org.ohdsi.databaseConnector.Compression")$createZipFile(
    files,
    rootFolder,
    zipFile,
    compressionLevel
  )
}

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DatabaseConnector documentation built on Nov. 18, 2021, 5:08 p.m.