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stream_copy_to_stream

(PHP 5)

stream_copy_to_streamCopies data from one stream to another

Beschreibung

int stream_copy_to_stream ( resource $source , resource $dest [, int $maxlength = -1 [, int $offset = 0 ]] )

Makes a copy of up to maxlength bytes of data from the current position (or from the offset position, if specified) in source to dest. If maxlength is not specified, all remaining content in source will be copied.

Parameter-Liste

source

The source stream

dest

The destination stream

maxlength

Maximum bytes to copy

offset

The offset where to start to copy data

R├╝ckgabewerte

Returns the total count of bytes copied.

Changelog

Version Beschreibung
5.1.0 Added the offset parameter

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 A stream_copy_to_stream() example

<?php
$src 
fopen('http://www.example.com''r');
$dest1 fopen('first1k.txt''w');
$dest2 fopen('remainder.txt''w');

echo 
stream_copy_to_stream($src$dest11024) . " bytes copied to first1k.txt\n";
echo 
stream_copy_to_stream($src$dest2) . " bytes copied to remainder.txt\n";

?>

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felix dot nensa at gmail dot com
4 years ago
As stream_copy_to_stream() seems to be quite a memory hog (at least in PHP 5.1.6 64-bit) it may be way more efficient just to copy streams with this simple PHP alternative:

<?php

   
function pipe_streams($in, $out)
    {
       
$size = 0;
        while (!
feof($in)) $size += fwrite($out,fread($in,8192));
        return
$size;
    }

?>
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sundance2001 guess what gmail.com
7 years ago
If you need to copy a file from any website into yours you can use following function:

function getUrlContents($url)
{
   $url_parsed = parse_url($url);

   $host = $url_parsed["host"];
   if ($url == '' || $host == '') {
       return false;
   }
   $port = 80;
   $path = (empty($url_parsed["path"]) ? '/' : $url_parsed["path"]);
   $path.= (!empty($url_parsed["query"]) ? '?'.$url_parsed["query"] : '');
   $out = "GET $path HTTP/1.0\r\nHost: $host\r\nConnection: Close\r\n\r\n";
   $fp = fsockopen($host, $port, $errno, $errstr, 30);
   fwrite($fp, $out);
   $headers = '';
   $content = '';
   $buf = '';
   $isBody = false;
  while (!feof($fp) and !$isBody) {
          $buf = fgets($fp, 1024);
          if ($buf == "\r\n" ) {$isBody = true;}
          else{$headers .= $buf;}
          }
          $file1 = fopen(basename($url_parsed["path"]), 'w');
          $bytes=stream_copy_to_stream($fp,$file1);
   fclose($fp);
   return $bytes;
}
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none at noone dot com
7 years ago
stream_copy_to_stream almost copies a stream...

$objInputStream = fopen("php://input", "rb");
$objTempStream = fopen("php://temp", "w+b");
stream_copy_to_stream($objInputStream, $objTempStream);

That code will copy a stream but it will also move the stream pointers to EOF.  This is fine if you plan on rewinding the temp stream but good luck rewinding the input stream.

rewind($objTempStream);
rewind($objInputStream);

So as you can see this is stream copy or stream move depending on what kind of stream you are working with, and because there are no peaking functions your effed if you need to read from an input stream in multiple classes that are unrelated.
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