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runkit_method_redefine

(PECL runkit >= 0.7.0)

runkit_method_redefineDynamically changes the code of the given method

Descrição

bool runkit_method_redefine ( string $classname , string $methodname , string $args , string $code [, int $flags = RUNKIT_ACC_PUBLIC [, string $doc_comment = NULL ]] )

Nota: Esta função não pode ser utilizada para manipular um método ativo (ou encadeado) method.

Parâmetros

classname

The class in which to redefine the method

methodname

The name of the method to redefine

args

Comma-delimited list of arguments for the redefined method

code

The new code to be evaluated when methodname is called

flags

The redefined method can be RUNKIT_ACC_PUBLIC, RUNKIT_ACC_PROTECTED or RUNKIT_ACC_PRIVATE optionally combined via bitwise OR with RUNKIT_ACC_STATIC (since 1.0.1)

doc_comment

The doc comment of the function.

Valor Retornado

Retorna TRUE em caso de sucesso ou FALSE em caso de falha.

Changelog

Versão Descrição
runkit 1.0.4 The optional parameter doc_comment has been added.

Exemplos

Exemplo #1 runkit_method_redefine() example

<?php
class Example {
    function 
foo() {
        return 
"foo!\n";
    }
}

// create an Example object
$e = new Example();

// output Example::foo() (before redefine)
echo "Before: " $e->foo();

// Redefine the 'foo' method
runkit_method_redefine(
    
'Example',
    
'foo',
    
'',
    
'return "bar!\n";',
    
RUNKIT_ACC_PUBLIC
);

// output Example::foo() (after redefine)
echo "After: " $e->foo();
?>

O exemplo acima irá imprimir:

Before: foo!
After: bar!

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lauri dot piisang at cashongo dot co dot uk
4 years ago
A sample implementation of redefining a public static method of symfony's sfDate to 'travel in time' with runkit:
<?php
//Going back in time 3 days
$subtractablePeriod = 3;
runkit_method_redefine('sfDateTimeToolkit', 'now', '', 'return strtotime("-'.$subtractablePeriod.' days");', (RUNKIT_ACC_PUBLIC | RUNKIT_ACC_STATIC));   

//Do Stuff here that would otherwise get the current date

//Return to realtime
runkit_method_redefine('sfDateTimeToolkit', 'now', '', 'return time();', (RUNKIT_ACC_PUBLIC | RUNKIT_ACC_STATIC));
?>
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