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xdiff_string_patch

(PECL xdiff >= 0.2.0)

xdiff_string_patchPatch a string with an unified diff

Beschreibung

string xdiff_string_patch ( string $str , string $patch [, int $flags [, string &$error ]] )

Patches a str string with an unified patch in patch parameter and returns the result. patch has to be an unified diff created by xdiff_file_diff()/xdiff_string_diff() function. An optional flags parameter specifies mode of operation. Any rejected parts of the patch will be stored inside error variable if it is provided.

Parameter-Liste

str

The original string.

patch

The unified patch string. It has to be created using xdiff_string_diff(), xdiff_file_diff() functions or compatible tools.

flags

flags can be either XDIFF_PATCH_NORMAL (default mode, normal patch) or XDIFF_PATCH_REVERSE (reversed patch).

Starting from version 1.5.0, you can also use binary OR to enable XDIFF_PATCH_IGNORESPACE flag.

error

If provided then rejected parts are stored inside this variable.

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Returns the patched string, or FALSE on error.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 xdiff_string_patch() example

The following code applies changes to some article.

<?php
$old_article 
file_get_contents('./old_article.txt');
$diff $_SERVER['patch']; /* Let's say that someone pasted a patch to html form */

$errors '';

$new_article xdiff_string_patch($old_article$diffXDIFF_PATCH_NORMAL$errors);
if (
is_string($new_article)) {
    echo 
"New article:\n";
    echo 
$new_article;
}

if (
strlen($errors)) {
    echo 
"Rejects: \n";
    echo 
$errors;
}

?>

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