The EventBuffer class

(PECL event >= 1.5.0)


EventBuffer represents Libevent's "evbuffer", an utility functionality for buffered I/O.

Event buffers are meant to be generally useful for doing the "buffer" part of buffered network I/O.


EventBuffer {
/* Constants */
const integer EOL_ANY = 0 ;
const integer EOL_CRLF = 1 ;
const integer EOL_CRLF_STRICT = 2 ;
const integer EOL_LF = 3 ;
const integer PTR_SET = 0 ;
const integer PTR_ADD = 1 ;
/* 属性 */
public readonly int $length ;
public readonly int $contiguous_space ;
/* 方法 */
public bool add ( string $data )
public bool addBuffer ( EventBuffer $buf )
public int appendFrom ( EventBuffer $buf , int $len )
public __construct ( void )
public int copyout ( string &$data , int $max_bytes )
public bool drain ( int $len )
public void enableLocking ( void )
public bool expand ( int $len )
public bool freeze ( bool $at_front )
public void lock ( void )
public bool prepend ( string $data )
public bool prependBuffer ( EventBuffer $buf )
public string pullup ( int $size )
public string read ( int $max_bytes )
public int read ( mixed $fd , int $howmuch )
public string readLine ( int $eol_style )
public mixed search ( string $what [, int $start = -1 [, int $end = -1 ]] )
public mixed searchEol ([ int $start = -1 [, int $eol_style = EventBuffer::EOL_ANY ]] )
public string substr ( int $start [, int $length ] )
public bool unfreeze ( bool $at_front )
public bool unlock ( void )
public int write ( mixed $fd [, int $howmuch ] )



The number of bytes stored in an event buffer.


The number of bytes stored contiguously at the front of the buffer. The bytes in a buffer may be stored in multiple separate chunks of memory; the property returns the number of bytes currently stored in the first chunk.



The end of line is any sequence of any number of carriage return and linefeed characters. This format is not very useful; it exists mainly for backward compatibility.


The end of the line is an optional carriage return, followed by a linefeed. (In other words, it is either a "\r\n" or a "\n" .) This format is useful in parsing text-based Internet protocols, since the standards generally prescribe a "\r\n" line-terminator, but nonconformant clients sometimes say just "\n" .


The end of a line is a single carriage return, followed by a single linefeed. (This is also known as "\r\n" . The ASCII values are 0x0D 0x0A ).


The end of a line is a single linefeed character. (This is also known as "\n" . It is ASCII value is 0x0A .)


Flag used as argument of EventBuffer::setPosition() method. If this flag specified, the position pointer is moved to an absolute position within the buffer.


The same as EventBuffer::PTR_SET , except this flag causes EventBuffer::setPosition() method to move position forward up to the specified number of bytes(instead of setting absolute position).

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