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PharFileInfo::__construct

Construct a Phar entry object ()
void PharFileInfo::__construct ( string entry )

This should not be called directly. Instead, a PharFileInfo object is initialized by calling Phar::offsetGet() through array access.

Parameters

entry

The full url to retrieve a file. If you wish to retrieve the information for the file my/file.php from the phar boo.phar, the entry should be phar://boo.phar/my/file.php.

Errors/Exceptions

Throws BadMethodCallException if __construct() is called twice. Throws UnexpectedValueException if the phar URL requested is malformed, the requested phar cannot be opened, or the file can't be found within the phar.

Examples

Example 1818. A PharFileInfo::__construct() example

<?php
try {
   
$p = new Phar('/path/to/my.phar', 0, 'my.phar');
   
$p['testfile.txt'] = "hi\nthere\ndude";
   
$file = $p['testfile.txt'];
   foreach (
$file as $line => $text) {
       echo
"line number $line: $text";
   }
   
// this also works
   
$file = new PharFileInfo('phar:///path/to/my.phar/testfile.txt');
   foreach (
$file as $line => $text) {
       echo
"line number $line: $text";
   }
} catch (
Exception $e) {
   echo
'Phar operations failed: ', $e;
}
?>

The above example will output:

line number 1: hi
line number 2: there
line number 3: dude
line number 1: hi
line number 2: there
line number 3: dude