PHP 5.6.0beta1 released

The EvFork class

(PECL ev >= 0.2.0)

Introduction

Fork watchers are called when a fork() was detected (usually because whoever signalled libev about it by calling EvLoop::fork() ). The invocation is done before the event loop blocks next and before EvCheck watchers are being called, and only in the child after the fork. Note, that if whoever calling EvLoop::fork() calls it in the wrong process, the fork handlers will be invoked, too.

Class synopsis

EvFork extends EvWatcher {
/* Inherited properties */
public $is_active ;
public $data ;
public $is_pending ;
public $priority ;
/* Methods */
public __construct ( callable $callback [, mixed $data = NULL [, int $priority = 0 ]] )
final public static object createStopped ( string $callback [, string $data [, string $priority ]] )
/* Inherited methods */
public int EvWatcher::clear ( void )
abstract public EvWatcher::__construct ( void )
public void EvWatcher::feed ( int $revents )
public EvLoop EvWatcher::getLoop ( void )
public void EvWatcher::invoke ( int $revents )
public bool EvWatcher::keepalive ([ bool $value ] )
public void EvWatcher::setCallback ( callable $callback )
public void EvWatcher::start ( void )
public void EvWatcher::stop ( void )
}

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