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EventHttpRequest::__construct

(PECL event >= 1.4.0-beta)

EventHttpRequest::__constructConstructs EventHttpRequest object

Description

public EventHttpRequest::__construct( callable $callback , mixed $data = null )

Constructs EventHttpRequest object.

Parameters

callback

Gets invoked on requesting path. Should match the following prototype:

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

User custom data passed to the callback.

Return Values

Returns EventHttpRequest object.

Examples

Example #1 EventHttpRequest::__construct() example

<?php

function _request_handler($req, $base) {
echo
__FUNCTION__, PHP_EOL;

if (
is_null($req)) {
echo
"Timed out\n";
} else {
$response_code = $req->getResponseCode();

if (
$response_code == 0) {
echo
"Connection refused\n";
} elseif (
$response_code != 200) {
echo
"Unexpected response: $response_code\n";
} else {
echo
"Success: $response_code\n";
$buf = $req->getInputBuffer();
echo
"Body:\n";
while (
$s = $buf->readLine(EventBuffer::EOL_ANY)) {
echo
$s, PHP_EOL;
}
}
}

$base->exit(NULL);
}


$address = "127.0.0.1";
$port = 80;

$base = new EventBase();
$conn = new EventHttpConnection($base, NULL, $address, $port);
$conn->setTimeout(5);
$req = new EventHttpRequest("_request_handler", $base);

$req->addHeader("Host", $address, EventHttpRequest::OUTPUT_HEADER);
$req->addHeader("Content-Length", "0", EventHttpRequest::OUTPUT_HEADER);
$conn->makeRequest($req, EventHttpRequest::CMD_GET, "/index.cphp");

$base->loop();
?>

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