Find all files in the given $path recursively, and return a flat array of all found filenames
Available since version
// basic usage
$array = $files->find(string $path);
// usage with all arguments
$array = $files->find(string $path, array $options = );
Path to start from (required).
Options to affect what is returned (optional):
recursive (int|bool): How many levels of subdirectories this method should descend into beyond the 1 given.
Specify 1 to remain at the one directory level given, or 2+ to descend into subdirectories. (default=10)
In 3.0.180+ you may also specify true for no limit, or false to disable descending into any subdirectories.
extensions (array|string): Only include files having these extensions, or omit to include all (default=).
In 3.0.180+ the extensions argument may also be a string (space or comma separated).
excludeDirNames (array): Do not descend into directories having these names (default=).
excludeHidden (bool): Exclude hidden files? (default=false).
allowDirs (bool): Allow directories in returned files (except for '.' and '..')? Note that returned directories have a trailing slash. (default=false) 3.0.180+
returnRelative (bool): Make returned array have filenames relative to given start $path? (default=false)
Flat array of filenames
$files methods and properties
API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.200