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EventBufferEvent::getOutput

(PECL event >= 1.2.6-beta)

EventBufferEvent::getOutputReturns underlying output buffer associated with current buffer event

Description

public EventBuffer EventBufferEvent::getOutput ( void )

Returns underlying output buffer associated with current buffer event. An output buffer is a storage for data to be written.

Note, there is also output property of EventBufferEvent class.

Parameters

This function has no parameters.

Return Values

Returns instance of EventBuffer output buffer associated with current buffer event.

Examples

Example #1 EventBufferEvent::getOutput() example

<?php
$base 
= new EventBase();

$dns_base = new EventDnsBase($baseTRUE); // Use async DNS resolving
if (!$dns_base) {
    exit(
"Failed to init DNS Base\n");
}

$bev = new EventBufferEvent($base/* use internal socket */ NULL,
    
EventBufferEvent::OPT_CLOSE_ON_FREE EventBufferEvent::OPT_DEFER_CALLBACKS,
    
"readcb"/* writecb */ NULL"eventcb"$base
);
if (!
$bev) {
    exit(
"Failed creating bufferevent socket\n");
}

$bev->enable(Event::READ Event::WRITE);

$output $bev->getOutput();
if (!
$output->add(
    
"GET {$argv[2]} HTTP/1.0\r\n".
    
"Host: {$argv[1]}\r\n".
    
"Connection: Close\r\n\r\n"
)) {
    exit(
"Failed adding request to output buffer\n");
}

/* ... */
?>

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