class FlushInvalidatedResource implements SelfCheckingResourceInterface, Serializable, Flushable (View source)

Some arbitrary resource which expires when flush is invoked.

Uses a canary file to mark future freshness requests as stale.

Methods

__toString()

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getResource()

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isFresh($timestamp)

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array
__serialize()

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void
__unserialize(array $data)

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string
serialize() deprecated

The __serialize() magic method will be automatically used instead of this

unserialize(string $serialized) deprecated

The __unserialize() magic method will be automatically used instead of this almost all the time This method will be automatically used if existing serialized data was not saved as an associative array and the PHP version used in less than PHP 9.0

static 
flush()

This function is triggered early in the request if the "flush" query parameter has been set. Each class that implements Flushable implements this function which looks after it's own specific flushing functionality.

Details

__toString()

getResource()

isFresh($timestamp)

Parameters

$timestamp

array __serialize()

Return Value

array

void __unserialize(array $data)

Parameters

array $data

Return Value

void

string serialize() deprecated

deprecated will be removed in 5.0

The __serialize() magic method will be automatically used instead of this

Return Value

string

unserialize(string $serialized) deprecated

deprecated will be removed in 5.0

The __unserialize() magic method will be automatically used instead of this almost all the time This method will be automatically used if existing serialized data was not saved as an associative array and the PHP version used in less than PHP 9.0

Parameters

string $serialized

static flush()

This function is triggered early in the request if the "flush" query parameter has been set. Each class that implements Flushable implements this function which looks after it's own specific flushing functionality.