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ZipArchive::setCompressionName

(PHP 7, PHP 8, PECL zip >= 1.13.0)

ZipArchive::setCompressionNameSet the compression method of an entry defined by its name

说明

public ZipArchive::setCompressionName(string $name, int $method, int $compflags = 0): bool

Set the compression method of an entry defined by its name.

参数

name

Name of the entry.

method

The compression method, one of the ZipArchive::CM_* constants.

compflags

Compression level.

返回值

成功时返回 true, 或者在失败时返回 false

示例

示例 #1 Add files with different compression methods to an archive

<?php
$zip
= new ZipArchive;
$res = $zip->open('test.zip', ZipArchive::CREATE);
if (
$res === TRUE) {
$zip->addFromString('foo', 'Some text');
$zip->addFromString('bar', 'Some other text');
$zip->setCompressionName('foo', ZipArchive::CM_STORE);
$zip->setCompressionName('bar', ZipArchive::CM_DEFLATE);
$zip->close();
echo
'ok';
} else {
echo
'failed';
}
?>

示例 #2 Add file and set compression method

<?php
$zip
= new ZipArchive;
$res = $zip->open('test.zip', ZipArchive::CREATE);
if (
$res === TRUE) {
$zip->addFile('foo.jpg', 'bar.jpg');
$zip->setCompressionName('bar.jpg', ZipArchive::CM_XZ);
$zip->close();
echo
'ok';
} else {
echo
'failed';
}
?>
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gajowy at agzeta dot pl
1 year ago
The compression level (compflags) option is, generally speaking, an integer value between 0 and 9. The behavior of the system depends on the selected method and the value of compflags and can sometimes be not you expected.

The result below is from PHP 8.1 on Windows platform and may possibly be different on other systems or versions:

- for the CM_DEFAULT method, always CM_DEFLATE is used with level 9, regardless of what you put as compflags,

- for the CM_STORE method, for compflags 0-9 you get the same result, which is obvious because the method itself means "no compression at all". However, for compflags>9, surprisingly the CM_DEFLATE method is used instead with compression level 9.

- for CM_DEFLATE method, 1 means the fastest and weakest compression, while 9 - the slowest and strongest one. compflags=0 and compflags>9 works as it if were with compflags=9,

- for CM_BZIP2 method, 1 means the fastest and weakest compression, while 9 - the slowest and strongest one. compflags=0 works like compflag=9, and if you use compflags>9, the method will surprisingly switch to CM_DEFLATE level 9,

- for CM_XZ method, 0 means the fastest and weakest compression, while 9 - the slowest and strongest one. For compflags>9 the method surprisingly switch to CM_DEFLATE level 9.
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