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Class: ZIPlib
Class to generate ZIP files.
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Documentation for ZIPlib Copyright: (c) 2003 by Pascal Rehfeldt Version: ZIPlib 1.0 Last Changes: 14.04.2003 License: GNU General Public License (Version 2, June 1991) This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Description: You can use ZIPlib to add different resources to a ZIP file. Generall Information about this class: With the constructor you can set the name of the archive, the path to FDPF and to DeepDir if needed. The usage of FPDF in combination with this class is described in the function "addFileAsPDF". Off course you can combine the functions as you wish it. An example can be found in the example.php ************************************************************************* Function: addFile() Syntax: void addFile( string Content, string Filename ) Description: Use addFile() to add the content of a file to your ZIP archive. The filecontent must be allready in a string. This function is usefull to add the content of a BLOB field from a database. To add a complete file you should use the function "addFileAndRead". Example: <?php ob_start(); require('zip.lib.php'); $zipfile = new zipfile(''); $zipfile->addFile('Inhalt', 'Dateiname'); echo $zipfile->file(); ?> ************************************************************************* Function: addFileAndRead() Syntax: void addFile( resource Filename ) Description: addFileAndRead() takes a file, reads it and add it to your archive. The targetfile in the archive has the same name as the sourcefile. This function can read ASCII and binary files. Example: <?php ob_start(); require('zip.lib.php'); $zipfile = new zipfile(''); $zipfile->addFileAndRead('Datei.bin'); echo $zipfile->file(); ?> ************************************************************************* Function: addDirContent() Syntax: void addDirContent( resource dir_handle ) Description: To add a complete dir you can use this function. It doesn't matter if there are binary or ASCII files in the dir. The function doesn't work recursiv without the DeepDir Class from Ilya Nemihin. You can grab the latest version of DeepDir at Example: <?php ob_start(); require('zip.lib.php'); $zipfile = new zipfile(''); $zipfile->addDirContent('./'); echo $zipfile->file(); ?> ************************************************************************* Function: addFileAsPDF() Syntax: void addFileAsPDF( resource file_handle, string title, string autor ) Description: This function adds an ASCII file (binary files are unsupported!) as PDF to the ZIP file. To use this function you have to extend FPDF ( with this function: function getBuffer () { global $HTTP_ENV_VARS; if($this->state < 3) $this->Close(); return $this->buffer; } You should find an extended version of FPDF in this release of ZIPlib. Example: <?php ob_start(); require('zip.lib.php'); $zipfile = new zipfile(''); $zipfile->addFileAsPDF('Quelldatei.txt', 'Testdatei', 'Webmaster'); echo $zipfile->file(); ?> *************************************************************************