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bcompiler_write_class

Writes an defined class as bytecodes (PECL bcompiler:0.4-0.8)
bool bcompiler_write_class ( resource filehandle, string className [, string extends] )

Reads the bytecodes from PHP for an existing class, and writes them to the open file handle.

Parameters

filehandle

A file handle as returned by fopen().

className

The class name, as a string.

extends

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example 349. bcompiler_write_class() example

<?php
$fh
= fopen("/tmp/example","w");
bcompiler_write_header($fh);
bcompiler_write_class($fh,"DB");
// you must write DB_common before DB_mysql, as DB_mysql extends DB_common.
bcompiler_write_class($fh,"DB_common");
bcompiler_write_class($fh,"DB_mysql");
bcompiler_write_footer($fh);
fclose($fh);

?>


Notes

Warning:

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the name of this function, and anything else documented about this function may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this function at your own risk.

Note:

This function does not perform dependency checking, so make sure you write the classes in an order that will not result in an undefined class error occurring when you load it.