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Tests a filename for validity as an RPM file


rpm_is_valid

(PECL rpmreader >= 0.1.0)

rpm_is_validTests a filename for validity as an RPM file

Description

bool rpm_is_valid ( string $filename )

rpm_is_valid() will test an RPM file for validity as an RPM file. This is not the same as rpm_open() as it only checks the file for validity but does not return a file pointer to be used by further functions.

Parameters

filename

The filename of the RPM file you wish to check for validity.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example #1 rpm_is_valid() example

<?php

$file 
"/path/to/file.rpm";

if (
rpm_is_valid($file)) {
    echo 
"File is recognized as an RPM file.<br>\n";
}
else {
    echo 
"File is not recognized as an RPM file.<br>\n";
}

?>



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