# Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 Simple timers

`<?php// Create and start timer firing after 2 seconds\$w1 = new EvTimer(2, 0, function () { echo "2 seconds elapsed\n";});// Create and launch timer firing after 2 seconds repeating each second// until we manually stop it\$w2 = new EvTimer(2, 1, function (\$w) { echo "is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds\n"; echo "iteration = ", Ev::iteration(), PHP_EOL; // Stop the watcher after 5 iterations Ev::iteration() == 5 and \$w->stop(); // Stop the watcher if further calls cause more than 10 iterations Ev::iteration() >= 10 and \$w->stop();});// Create stopped timer. It will be inactive until we start it ourselves\$w_stopped = EvTimer::createStopped(10, 5, function(\$w) { echo "Callback of a timer created as stopped\n"; // Stop the watcher after 2 iterations Ev::iteration() >= 2 and \$w->stop();});// Loop until Ev::stop() is called or all of watchers stopEv::run();// Start and look if it works\$w_stopped->start();echo "Run single iteration\n";Ev::run(Ev::RUN_ONCE);echo "Restart the second watcher and try to handle the same events, but don't block\n";\$w2->again();Ev::run(Ev::RUN_NOWAIT);\$w = new EvTimer(10, 0, function() {});echo "Running a blocking loop\n";Ev::run();echo "END\n";?>`

El resultado del ejemplo sería algo similar a:

```2 seconds elapsed
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 1
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 2
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 3
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 4
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 5
Run single iteration
Callback of a timer created as stopped
Restart the second watcher and try to handle the same events, but don't block
Running a blocking loop
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 8
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 9
is called every second, is launched after 2 seconds
iteration = 10
END
```

Ejemplo #2 Periodic timer. Tick each 10.5 seconds

`<?php\$w = new EvPeriodic(0., 10.5, NULL, function (\$w, \$revents) { echo time(), PHP_EOL;});Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #3 Periodic timer. Use reschedule callback

`<?php// Tick each 10.5 secondsfunction reschedule_cb (\$watcher, \$now) { return \$now + (10.5. - fmod(\$now, 10.5));}\$w = new EvPeriodic(0., 0., "reschedule_cb", function (\$w, \$revents) { echo time(), PHP_EOL;});Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #4 Periodic timer. Tick every 10.5 seconds starting at now

`<?php// Tick every 10.5 seconds starting at now\$w = new EvPeriodic(fmod(Ev::now(), 10.5), 10.5, NULL, function (\$w, \$revents) { echo time(), PHP_EOL;});Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #5 Wait until STDIN is readable

`<?php// Wait until STDIN is readable\$w = new EvIo(STDIN, Ev::READ, function (\$watcher, \$revents) { echo "STDIN is readable\n";});Ev::run(Ev::RUN_ONCE);?>`

Ejemplo #6 Use some async I/O to access a socket

`<?php/* Use some async I/O to access a socket */// `sockets' extension still logs warnings// for EINPROGRESS, EAGAIN/EWOULDBLOCK etc.error_reporting(E_ERROR);\$e_nonblocking = array (/*EAGAIN or EWOULDBLOCK*/11, /*EINPROGRESS*/115);// Get the port for the WWW service\$service_port = getservbyname('www', 'tcp');// Get the IP address for the target host\$address = gethostbyname('google.co.uk');// Create a TCP/IP socket\$socket = socket_create(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, SOL_TCP);if (\$socket === FALSE) { echo "socket_create() failed: reason: " .socket_strerror(socket_last_error()) . "\n";}// Set O_NONBLOCK flagsocket_set_nonblock(\$socket);// Abort on timeout\$timeout_watcher = new EvTimer(10.0, 0., function () use (\$socket) { socket_close(\$socket); Ev::stop(Ev::BREAK_ALL);});// Make HEAD request when the socket is writable\$write_watcher = new EvIo(\$socket, Ev::WRITE, function (\$w) use (\$socket, \$timeout_watcher, \$e_nonblocking){ // Stop timeout watcher \$timeout_watcher->stop(); // Stop write watcher \$w->stop(); \$in = "HEAD / HTTP/1.1\r\n"; \$in .= "Host: google.co.uk\r\n"; \$in .= "Connection: Close\r\n\r\n"; if (!socket_write(\$socket, \$in, strlen(\$in))) { trigger_error("Failed writing \$in to socket", E_USER_ERROR); } \$read_watcher = new EvIo(\$socket, Ev::READ, function (\$w, \$re) use (\$socket, \$e_nonblocking) { // Socket is readable. recv() 20 bytes using non-blocking mode \$ret = socket_recv(\$socket, \$out, 20, MSG_DONTWAIT); if (\$ret) { echo \$out; } elseif (\$ret === 0) { // All read \$w->stop(); socket_close(\$socket); return; } // Caught EINPROGRESS, EAGAIN, or EWOULDBLOCK if (in_array(socket_last_error(), \$e_nonblocking)) { return; } \$w->stop(); socket_close(\$socket); }); Ev::run();});\$result = socket_connect(\$socket, \$address, \$service_port);Ev::run();?>`

El resultado del ejemplo sería algo similar a:

```HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2012 16:08:27 GMT
Expires: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 16:08:27 GMT
Cache-Control: public, max-age=2592000
Server: gws
Content-Length: 221
X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
Connection: close

```

Ejemplo #7 Embedding one loop into another

`<?php/** Try to get an embeddable event loop and embed it into the default event loop.* If it is impossible, use the default* loop. The default loop is stored in \$loop_hi, while the embeddable loop is* stored in \$loop_lo(which is \$loop_hi in the case no embeddable loop can be* used).** Sample translated to PHP* http://pod.tst.eu/http://cvs.schmorp.de/libev/ev.pod#Examples_CONTENT-9*/\$loop_hi = EvLoop::defaultLoop();\$loop_lo = NULL;\$embed = NULL;/** See if there is a chance of getting one that works* (flags' value of 0 means autodetection)*/\$loop_lo = Ev::embeddableBackends() & Ev::recommendedBackends() ? new EvLoop(Ev::embeddableBackends() & Ev::recommendedBackends()) : 0;if (\$loop_lo) { \$embed = new EvEmbed(\$loop_lo, function () {});} else { \$loop_lo = \$loop_hi;}?>`

Ejemplo #8 Embedding loop created with kqueue backend into the default loop

`<?php/** Check if kqueue is available but not recommended and create a kqueue backend* for use with sockets (which usually work with any kqueue implementation).* Store the kqueue/socket-only event loop in loop_socket. (One might optionally* use EVFLAG_NOENV, too)** Example borrowed from* http://pod.tst.eu/http://cvs.schmorp.de/libev/ev.pod#Examples_CONTENT-9*/\$loop = EvLoop::defaultLoop();\$socket_loop = NULL;\$embed = NULL;if (Ev::supportedBackends() & ~Ev::recommendedBackends() & Ev::BACKEND_KQUEUE) { if ((\$socket_loop = new EvLoop(Ev::BACKEND_KQUEUE))) { \$embed = new EvEmbed(\$loop); }}if (!\$socket_loop) { \$socket_loop = \$loop;}// Now use \$socket_loop for all sockets, and \$loop for anything else?>`

Ejemplo #9 Handle SIGTERM signal

`<?php\$w = new EvSignal(SIGTERM, function (\$watcher) { echo "SIGTERM received\n"; \$watcher->stop();});Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #10 Monitor changes of /var/log/messages

`<?php// Use 10 second update interval.\$w = new EvStat("/var/log/messages", 8, function (\$w) { echo "/var/log/messages changed\n"; \$attr = \$w->attr(); if (\$attr['nlink']) { printf("Current size: %ld\n", \$attr['size']); printf("Current atime: %ld\n", \$attr['atime']); printf("Current mtime: %ld\n", \$attr['mtime']); } else { fprintf(STDERR, "`messages` file is not there!"); \$w->stop(); }});Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #11 Monotor changes of /var/log/messages. Avoid missing updates by means of one second delay

`<?php\$timer = EvTimer::createStopped(0., 1.02, function (\$w) { \$w->stop(); \$stat = \$w->data; // 1 second after the most recent change of the file printf("Current size: %ld\n", \$stat->attr()['size']);});\$stat = new EvStat("/var/log/messages", 0., function () use (\$timer) { // Reset timer watcher \$timer->again();});\$timer->data = \$stat;Ev::run();?>`

Ejemplo #12 Process status changes

`<?php\$pid = pcntl_fork();if (\$pid == -1) { fprintf(STDERR, "pcntl_fork failed\n");} elseif (\$pid) { \$w = new EvChild(\$pid, FALSE, function (\$w, \$revents) { \$w->stop(); printf("Process %d exited with status %d\n", \$w->rpid, \$w->rstatus); }); Ev::run(); // Protect against Zombies pcntl_wait(\$status);} else { //Forked child exit(2);}?>`