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Returns whether the given filename is a valid phar filename


Phar::isValidPharFilename

(PHP >= 5.3.0, PECL phar >= 1.2.0)

Phar::isValidPharFilenameReturns whether the given filename is a valid phar filename

Description

bool Phar::isValidPharFilename ( string $filename [, bool $executable = true ] )

Returns whether the given filename is a valid phar filename that will be recognized as a phar archive by the phar extension. This can be used to test a name without having to instantiate a phar archive and catch the inevitable Exception that will be thrown if an invalid name is specified.

Parameters

filename

The name or full path to a phar archive not yet created

executable

This parameter determines whether the filename should be treated as a phar executable archive, or a data non-executable archive

Return Values

Returns TRUE if the filename is valid, FALSE if not.



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