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Convert a non-executable tar/zip archive to an executable phar archive


PharData::convertToExecutable

(PHP >= 5.3.0, PECL phar >= 2.0.0)

PharData::convertToExecutableConvert a non-executable tar/zip archive to an executable phar archive

Description

Phar PharData::convertToExecutable ([ int $format [, int $compression [, string $extension ]]] )

Note:

This method requires the php.ini setting phar.readonly to be set to 0 in order to work for Phar objects. Otherwise, a PharException will be thrown.

This method is used to convert a non-executable tar or zip archive to an executable phar archive. Any of the three executable file formats (phar, tar or zip) can be used, and whole-archive compression can also be performed.

If no changes are specified, this method throws a BadMethodCallException.

If successful, the method creates a new archive on disk and returns a Phar object. The old archive is not removed from disk, and should be done manually after the process has finished.

Parameters

format

This should be one of Phar::PHAR, Phar::TAR, or Phar::ZIP. If set to NULL, the existing file format will be preserved.

compression

This should be one of Phar::NONE for no whole-archive compression, Phar::GZ for zlib-based compression, and Phar::BZ2 for bzip-based compression.

extension

This parameter is used to override the default file extension for a converted archive. Note that all zip- and tar-based phar archives must contain .phar in their file extension in order to be processed as a phar archive.

If converting to a phar-based archive, the default extensions are .phar, .phar.gz, or .phar.bz2 depending on the specified compression. For tar-based phar archives, the default extensions are .phar.tar, .phar.tar.gz, and .phar.tar.bz2. For zip-based phar archives, the default extension is .phar.zip.

Return Values

The method returns a Phar object on success and throws an exception on failure.

Errors/Exceptions

This method throws BadMethodCallException when unable to compress, an unknown compression method has been specified, the requested archive is buffering with Phar::startBuffering() and has not concluded with Phar::stopBuffering(), an UnexpectedValueException if write support is disabled, and a PharException if any problems are encountered during the phar creation process.

Examples

Example #1 A PharData::convertToExecutable() example

Using PharData::convertToExecutable():

<?php
try {
    
$tarphar = new PharData('myphar.tar');
    
// convert it to the phar file format
    // note that myphar.tar is *not* unlinked
    
$phar $tarphar->convertToExecutable(Phar::PHAR); // creates myphar.phar
    
$phar->setStub($phar->createDefaultStub('cli.php''web/index.php'));
    
// creates myphar.phar.tgz
    
$compressed $tarphar->convertToExecutable(Phar::TARPhar::GZ'.phar.tgz');
} catch (
Exception $e) {
    
// handle the error here
}
?>

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