Manage filesystems in temporary locations.
A temporary filesytem is stored in a location defined by your OS
/tmp on linux). The contents are deleted when the filesystem
TempFS is a good way of preparing a directory structure in advance,
that you can later copy. It can also be used as a temporary data store.
TempFS(identifier=u'__tempfs__', temp_dir=None, auto_clean=True, ignore_clean_errors=True)¶
A temporary filesystem on the OS.
- identifier (str) – A string to distinguish the directory within the OS temp location, used as part of the directory name.
- temp_dir (str, optional) – An OS path to your temp directory
- auto_clean (bool) – If
True(the default), the directory contents will be wiped on close.
- ignore_clean_errors (bool) – If
True(the default), any errors in the clean process will be suppressed. If
False, they will be raised.
Clean (delete) temporary files created by this filesystem.