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EventHttp::setCallback

(PECL event >= 1.4.0-beta)

EventHttp::setCallbackSets a callback for specified URI

Beschreibung

public EventHttp::setCallback( string $path , string $cb , string $arg = ?): void

Sets a callback for specified URI.

Parameter-Liste

path

The path for which to invoke the callback.

cb

The callback callable that gets invoked on requested path . It should match the following prototype:

callback( EventHttpRequest $req = NULL , mixed $arg = NULL ): void

req

EventHttpRequest object.

arg

Custom data.

arg

Custom data.

Rückgabewerte

Gibt bei Erfolg true zurück. Bei einem Fehler wird false zurückgegeben.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 EventHttp::setCallback() example

<?php
/*
* Simple HTTP server.
*
* To test it:
* 1) Run it on a port of your choice, e.g.:
* $ php examples/http.php 8010
* 2) In another terminal connect to some address on this port
* and make GET or POST request(others are turned off here), e.g.:
* $ nc -t 127.0.0.1 8010
* POST /about HTTP/1.0
* Content-Type: text/plain
* Content-Length: 4
* Connection: close
* (press Enter)
*
* It will output
* a=12
* HTTP/1.0 200 OK
* Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
* Connection: close
*
* 3) See what the server outputs on the previous terminal window.
*/

function _http_dump($req, $data) {
static
$counter = 0;
static
$max_requests = 2;

if (++
$counter >= $max_requests) {
echo
"Counter reached max requests $max_requests. Exiting\n";
exit();
}

echo
__METHOD__, " called\n";
echo
"request:"; var_dump($req);
echo
"data:"; var_dump($data);

echo
"\n===== DUMP =====\n";
echo
"Command:", $req->getCommand(), PHP_EOL;
echo
"URI:", $req->getUri(), PHP_EOL;
echo
"Input headers:"; var_dump($req->getInputHeaders());
echo
"Output headers:"; var_dump($req->getOutputHeaders());

echo
"\n >> Sending reply ...";
$req->sendReply(200, "OK");
echo
"OK\n";

echo
"\n >> Reading input buffer ...\n";
$buf = $req->getInputBuffer();
while (
$s = $buf->readLine(EventBuffer::EOL_ANY)) {
echo
$s, PHP_EOL;
}
echo
"No more data in the buffer\n";
}

function
_http_about($req) {
echo
__METHOD__, PHP_EOL;
echo
"URI: ", $req->getUri(), PHP_EOL;
echo
"\n >> Sending reply ...";
$req->sendReply(200, "OK");
echo
"OK\n";
}

function
_http_default($req, $data) {
echo
__METHOD__, PHP_EOL;
echo
"URI: ", $req->getUri(), PHP_EOL;
echo
"\n >> Sending reply ...";
$req->sendReply(200, "OK");
echo
"OK\n";
}

$port = 8010;
if (
$argc > 1) {
$port = (int) $argv[1];
}
if (
$port <= 0 || $port > 65535) {
exit(
"Invalid port");
}

$base = new EventBase();
$http = new EventHttp($base);
$http->setAllowedMethods(EventHttpRequest::CMD_GET | EventHttpRequest::CMD_POST);

$http->setCallback("/dump", "_http_dump", array(4, 8));
$http->setCallback("/about", "_http_about");
$http->setDefaultCallback("_http_default", "custom data value");

$http->bind("0.0.0.0", 8010);
$base->loop();
?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

a=12
HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
Connection: close

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