- atomate2.common.files.delete_files(directory: str | Path | None = None, host: str | None = None, include_files: list[str | Path] | None = None, exclude_files: list[str | Path] | None = None, allow_missing: bool = False, file_client: FileClient | None = None)#
Delete files in a directory.
Directory in which to delete files. If
None, the current directory will be used (or home folder if specifying a remote host).
The hostname used to specify a remote filesystem. Can be given as either “username@host” or just “host” in which case the username will be inferred from the current user. If
None, the local filesystem will be used.
Filenames to include as a list of str or Path objects given relative to directory. Glob file paths are supported, e.g. “*.dat”. If
None, all files in the directory will be deleted.
Filenames to exclude. Supports glob file matching, e.g., “*.dat”.
Whether to error if a file in
include_filesis not present in the directory.
A file client to use for performing file operations.