- David Mohundro
Thought I'd share the below LINQ statement I wrote recently:
var filesToBeMoved = from networkFile in network join localFile in local on networkFile.Name equals localFile.Name into localToNetwork from localMatchesNetwork in localToNetwork.DefaultIfEmpty() // Handle files that are on the network but don't exist locally where localMatchesNetwork == null // Handle files that are newer on the network that they are locally || (localMatchesNetwork.LastWriteTime < networkFile.LastWriteTime) select networkFile; foreach (var file in filesToBeMoved) file.MoveTo(_directoryProvider.LocalDirectory);
In this case, the files that are being returned are actually IFileProvider instances, which are basically wrappers around the
System.IO.File instances for testability.
Oh, and this post is an excuse to see if I set SyntaxHighlighter up correctly :-)