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PharData::setSignatureAlgorithmSet the signature algorithm for a phar and apply it


public PharData::setSignatureAlgorithm(int $algo, ?string $privateKey = null): void


Este método requer que a configuração phar.readonly do php.ini seja definida como 0 para funcionar com objetos Phar. Caso contrário, uma exceção PharException será lançada.

Set the signature algorithm for a phar and apply it. The signature algorithm must be one of Phar::MD5, Phar::SHA1, Phar::SHA256, Phar::SHA512, or Phar::OPENSSL.



One of Phar::MD5, Phar::SHA1, Phar::SHA256, Phar::SHA512, or Phar::OPENSSL

Valor Retornado

Nenhum valor é retornado.


Throws UnexpectedValueException for many errors, BadMethodCallException if called for a zip- or a tar-based phar archive, and a PharException if any problems occur flushing changes to disk.

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8.0.0 privateKey is now nullable.

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12 years ago
As a note, the docs don't show the (optional) second parameter nor mention the existence of the Phar::OPENSSL class constant also available for use with this method.

To sign a phar with OpenSSL, for example...


= new Phar('somephar.phar');
// ... add your files and such
$phar->setSignatureAlgorithm(Phar::OPENSSL, file_get_contents('private_key_here.pem'));
// ... do whatever else you want afterwards here ...

Hope this proves useful to someone.
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