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<?php #CreatedBy;Aaron;11OCT2014;Odin-Framework class odin extends _thunderbolt { /* Odin is a new PHP Framework which is a hybrid between functional & object oriented programming. It aims to create a system that will take advantage of both programming styles, giving the programmer both power and preformance. This can be used to create a stand-alone application, or as a simple way to dynamically load your own php libraries/classes) into another application either as its being built or after it was already completed. From here on, we will be reffering to all php libraries/classes as 'bolts'. */ #reserved names that are not allowed to be loaded. function __construct($my_dir,$conf_dir='_conf') { #load the default configs for $odin. require_once("$my_dir/$conf_dir/odin.php"); $this->conf = new conf_odin($my_dir); $this->_odin_set_conf( array( 'paths' => array( 'lib' => $this->conf->paths->bolts, 'conf' => $this->conf->paths->confs, ), 'prefix' => 'bolt_', # 'reserved' => array('load_bolt'=>TRUE,'bolts'=>TRUE,'odin'=>TRUE,'reserved_names'=>TRUE), ) ); } #return bool if the method exists inside of a specific bolt. Also auto-loads the bolt. function bolt_method_exists($bolt,$method) { return method_exists($this->{$bolt},$method); } } /* The methods in this class (and the class itself) are named weird to avoid class-name & function-name overlaps. This is intended to be extended by things and have its methods never actually called by the developer, except when s/he calls the _odin_set_conf() in their construct, but I'm envisioning that as being a copy/paste for them. */ class _thunderbolt { /* Usage: On the class you want to use autoloading with, just do "class {class_name} extends _thunderbolt". Then in your __construct() method, tun this code, with your own configuration typed in: $this->_odin_set_conf( array( 'paths' => array( 'lib' => $paths->bricks, 'conf' => $paths->bricks, ), 'prefix' => 'mortar_'.$class_name.'_', 'folder_name' => TRUE, 'reserved' => array('load_bolt'=>TRUE,'bolts'=>TRUE,'odin'=>TRUE,'reserved_names'=>TRUE), ) ); */ var $_odin_reserved_vars; var $_odin_paths; var $_append_folder_name; var $_prefix; function __get($name) { switch(TRUE) { #block reserved names. case (isset($this->_odin_reserved_vars[$name])): return FALSE; break; #if the name is already set, return it case (isset($this->{$name})): #attempt to load the name. case ($this->_odin_autoload($name)): return $this->{$name}; break; break; } return FALSE; } function _odin_set_conf($o) { #set paths? if(isset($o['paths'])) { #clear (or make) the _odin_paths variable $this->_odin_paths = new stdClass(); #set the conf path (if there is one) if(isset($o['paths']['conf'])) { $this->_odin_paths->conf = $o['paths']['conf']; } #set the lib path (if there is one). Note: If this never gets a lib path, this will never load libraries (classes) of code. if(isset($o['paths']['lib'])) { $this->_odin_paths->lib = $o['paths']['lib']; } } /* This option is a boolean that decides how the paths works: TRUE = append the $name as a folder to the end of the lib & configs path, and the config files are loaded from the conf dir like this: libraries ~/$o[paths][lib]/$name/$name.php configs ~/$o[paths][conf]/$name/conf.php FALSE = does not append $name as a folder libraries ~/$o[paths][lib]/$name.php configs ~/$o[paths][conf]/$name.php */ if(isset($o['folder_name'])) { $this->_append_folder_name = $o['folder_name']; } #Whatever prefix you put on your classes that are auto-loaded, if any.. and you really should have one, but its not required if(isset($o['prefix'])) { $this->_prefix = $o['prefix']; } #set the reserved class-names, if its keys are not strings, array_flip it so we can use the more efficient is_set() on our checks. if(isset($o['reserved'])) { $this->_odin_reserved_vars = (isset($o['reserved'][0])?array_flip($o['reserved']):$o['reserved']); } return TRUE; } function _odin_autoload($name) { #get a local cache of the load settings $paths = $this->_odin_paths; $append = $this->_append_folder_name; $class_prefix = $this->_prefix; #setup paths ahead of time $lib_path = $paths->lib.$name.($append?(is_string($append)?"/$append/$name":"/$name"):'').'.php'; if(isset($paths->conf) && $paths->conf) { $conf_path = $paths->conf.$name.($append?(is_string($append)?"/$append":"/conf"):'').'.php'; } #return false if this file does not exist. if(!file_exists($lib_path)) { return FALSE; } #load the bolt file require_once($lib_path); /* set $conf & then load this bolt's config file, if it exists. note: if you do have a bolt config file, then whatever you set into a $conf variable in that php script will be sent into your bolt file */ $conf = NULL; if(isset($conf_path) && file_exists($conf_path)) { include($conf_path); } #get the class name for this bolt. $cname = $class_prefix.$name; #initate the new library. $this->{$name} = new $cname($conf); return TRUE; } }
based on rSgZp
Output for 4.3.0 - 4.4.9, 5.1.3 - 7.1.0
Output for 5.0.0 - 5.1.2
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