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For strings, proper memory allocation would have to be assured, and so on. up down 0 Anonymous 13 years ago If you want to free zval, you can do this: { zval newvar; / allocate and initialize new container / MAKESTDZVAL(newvar); / set type and variable contents here, see the following sections / ZVALSTRING(newvar, "123456", 1); / introduce this variable by the name "newvariablename" into the symbol table / zendhashupdate( EG(activesymboltable), "newvar", strlen("newvar") + 1, &newvar, sizeof(zval ), NULL ); zendhashdel( EG(activesymboltable), "newvar", strlen("newvar") + 1); FREEZVAL(newvar); } up down 0 php-lists at nomeaning dot net 13 years ago phpmanual at oderwat dot de is incorrect: TSRMLSDC and TSRMLSCC are both correct as listed in the original text. These values are also referred to in php.ini. Example #7 PHP/Zend zval type definition. up down 1 glamm at a-s-i dot com 14 years ago Regarding the note written by jo-shi at web dot de: I do not think that the line ce = emalloc(sizeof(zendclassentry)); is required, as the line ce = zendregisterinternalclass(&classentry TSRMLSCC); actually appears to go through the process of performing the memory allocation and reference counting of the object. Note: Be sure to run buildconf every time you change config.m4! We'll go into more details on the M4 macros available to your configuration scripts later in this chapter. A good test the see if your new module has been picked up by buildconf is: $grep -c mymodule configure (if that returns 0 then buildconf did not work). RETURNLONG(long) Returns a long. zendgetparametersex() zval zvalwho careex()*ex() API APIzendgetparameters ()valuevaluezvalzval. This file contains most of PHP's macro and API definitions. Third parties might consider using the extension tag in php.ini to create additional external modules to PHP. int zendparseparameters(int numargs TSRMLSDC, char *typespec, .); . (This shouldn't happen with the sample sources if you didn't modify them.) If the names of external functions you're trying to access from your module are misspelled, they'll remain as "unlinked symbols" in the symbol table. Tip: Compilation errors that refer to functions named zif() relate to functions defined with ZENDFE. - / - SEPARATEZVALIFNOTREF() ! - NULL aoOrzNULLNULL. However, you have to destroy this container (using zvaldtor()) afterward! Next is the parameter count as integer and an array containing all necessary parameters. A failure is most likely related to an incorrect number of arguments being specified, in which case you should exit with WRONGPARAMCOUNT. This requires you to allocate local structures for all of your global variables to allow concurrent threads to be run. } To actually register a new resource you use can either use the zendregisterresource() function or the ZENDREGISTERRESOURE() macro, both defined in zendlist.h. up down 0 Julien CROUZET jucrouzetatcpan.org 13 years ago Just an example of the way of the way of returning array : /* ** Creates a array of on element (a long of value 42) / ZENDFUNCTION("make42array") { zval *mylong; // Declaring and allocating returnvalue to be an array arrayinit(returnvalue); //Creates and assign the long element at (long)42 MAKESTDZVAL(mylong); ZVALLONG(newelement, 42); //Make this our$array[0] I do not use addindexlong to //to show a "by-hand" assignation zendhashindexupdate(HASHOF(returnvalue), 0, (void *)&mylong, sizeof(zval *), NULL); //Returns nothing to satisfy the void prototype return ; } up down 0 Julien CROUZET jucrouzetatcpan.org 13 years ago All associate array functions (addassoclong for example) are now just aliases of their extended version (addassoclongex). erealloc() Serves as replacement for realloc(). * The argument corresponding to BYREFFORCEREST MUST be passed as a reference * The others arguments MUST be passed as a reference up down 0 wilf at bigpond dot net dot au 14 years ago Another caching problem: If you seen a message saying that 'may contain buggy cache code', ensure that you delete the 'autom4k.cache' directory before running buildconf. The nice thing about this setup is that you don't have to worry about memory leakages introduced by allocations in your module - just register all memory allocations that your calling script will refer to as resources. Further access requires duplication to local memory. This file makes all macros and API definitions required to build new modules available to your code. There is no need to worry about thread safety here because you only register your resource handler once during module initialization. Typically, you can print an HTML table header using phpinfoprinttablestart() and then use the standard functions phpinfoprinttableheader() and phpinfoprinttablerow(). The best way to illustrate the usage of this function is through examples: / Gets a long, a string and its length, and a zval. The value.lval inside the zval * container contains the key to your resource and thus can be used to fetch the resource with the following macro: ZENDFETCHRESOURCE: ZENDFETCHRESOURCE(rsrc, rsrctype, rsrcid, defaultrsrcid, resourcetypename, resourcetype) rsrc This is your pointer which will point to your previously registered resource. Any type of scalar can be converted to another one, but conversions between complex types (arrays, objects, and resources) and scalar types are not allowed. Returning Values Returning values from your functions to PHP was described briefly in an earlier section; this section gives the details. Even though it can be done and it simplifies testing, you should put them into a separate directory in production environments 5a02188284