Phar::extractTo

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Phar::extractToExtract the contents of a phar archive to a directory

Опис

public bool Phar::extractTo ( string $pathto [, string|array $files [, bool $overwrite = false ]] )

Зауваження:

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.

Extract all files within a phar archive to disk. Extracted files and directories preserve permissions as stored in the archive. The optional parameters allow optional control over which files are extracted, and whether existing files on disk can be overwritten. The second parameter files can be either the name of a file or directory to extract, or an array of names of files and directories to extract. By default, this method will not overwrite existing files, the third parameter can be set to true to enable overwriting of files. This method is similar to ZipArchive::extractTo().

Параметри

pathto

Path within an archive to the file to delete.

files

The name of a file or directory to extract, or an array of files/directories to extract

overwrite

Set to TRUE to enable overwriting existing files

Значення, що повертаються

returns TRUE on success, but it is better to check for thrown exception, and assume success if none is thrown.

Помилки/Винятки

Throws PharException if errors occur while flushing changes to disk.

Приклади

Приклад #1 A Phar::extractTo() example

<?php
try {
    
$phar = new Phar('myphar.phar');
    
$phar->extractTo('/full/path'); // extract all files
    
$phar->extractTo('/another/path''file.txt'); // extract only file.txt
    
$phar->extractTo('/this/path',
        array(
'file1.txt''file2.txt')); // extract 2 files only
    
$phar->extractTo('/third/path'nulltrue); // extract all files, and overwrite
} catch (Exception $e) {
    
// handle errors
}
?>

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msucco at mac dot com
3 years ago
On the command line (*nix) you can use the following command to extract a phar file:

$ mkdir tmp && cd $_
$ phar extract -f ../file.phar
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