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Using Phar Archives


Using Phar Archives: Introduction

Phar archives are similar in concept to Java JAR archives, but are tailored to the needs and to the flexibility of PHP applications. A Phar archive is used to distribute a complete PHP application or library in a single file. Unlike Java's implementation of JAR archives, no external tool is required to process or run a PHP Phar archive. A Phar archive application is used exactly like any other PHP application:

php coolapplication.phar

Using a Phar archive library is identical to using any other PHP library:

include 'coollibrary.phar';

The phar stream wrapper provides the core of the phar extension, and is explained in detail here. The phar stream wrapper allows accessing the files within a phar archive using PHP's standard file functions fopen(), opendir(), and others that work on regular files. The phar stream wrapper supports all read/write operations on both files and directories.

include 'phar://coollibrary.phar/internal/file.php';
header('Content-type: image/jpeg');
// phars can be accessed by full path or by alias
echo file_get_contents('phar:///fullpath/to/coollibrary.phar/images/wow.jpg');

The Phar class implements advanced functionality for accessing files and for creating phar archives. The Phar class is explained in detail here.

try {
// open an existing phar
$p = new Phar('coollibrary.phar'0);
// Phar extends SPL's DirectoryIterator class
foreach (new RecursiveIteratorIterator($p) as $file) {
// $file is a PharFileInfo class, and inherits from SplFileInfo
echo $file->getFileName() . "\n";
file_get_contents($file->getPathName()) . "\n"// display contents;
    if (isset(
$p['internal/file.php'])) {

// create a new phar - phar.readonly must be 0 in php.ini
    // phar.readonly is enabled by default for security reasons.
    // On production servers, Phars need never be created,
    // only executed.
if (Phar::canWrite()) {
$p = new Phar('newphar.tar.phar'0'newphar.tar.phar');
// make this a tar-based phar archive, compressed with gzip compression (.tar.gz)
$p $p->convertToExecutable(Phar::TARPhar::GZ);

// create transaction - nothing is written to newphar.phar
        // until stopBuffering() is called, although temporary storage is needed
// add all files in /path/to/project, saving in the phar with the prefix "project"
$p->buildFromIterator(new RecursiveIteratorIterator(new DirectoryIterator('/path/to/project')), '/path/to/');

// add a new file via the array access API
$p['file1.txt'] = 'Information';
$fp fopen('hugefile.dat''rb');
// copy all data from the stream
$p['data/hugefile.dat'] = $fp;

        if (
Phar::canCompress(Phar::GZ)) {

$p['images/wow.jpg'] = file_get_contents('images/wow.jpg');
// any value can be saved as file-specific meta-data
$p['images/wow.jpg']->setMetaData(array('mime-type' => 'image/jpeg'));
$p['index.php'] = file_get_contents('index.php');
$p->setMetaData(array('bootstrap' => 'index.php'));

// save the phar archive to disk
} catch (
Exception $e) {
'Could not open Phar: '$e;

As of version 2.0.0, The Phar class also provides 3 static methods, Phar::webPhar(), Phar::mungServer() and Phar::interceptFileFuncs() that are crucial to packaging up PHP applications designed for usage on regular filesystems and for web-based applications. Phar::webPhar() implements a front controller that routes HTTP calls to the correct location within the phar archive. Phar::mungServer() is used to modify the values of the $_SERVER array to trick applications that process these values. Phar::interceptFileFuncs() instructs Phar to intercept calls to fopen(), file_get_contents(), opendir(), and all of the stat-based functions (file_exists(), is_readable() and so on) and route all relative paths to locations within the phar archive.

As an example, packaging up a release of the popular phpMyAdmin application for use as a phar archive requires only this simple script and then phpMyAdmin.phar.tar.php can be accessed as a regular file from your web server after modifying the user/password:

$a = new Phar('phpMyAdmin.phar.tar.php');
$a["phpMyAdmin-2.11.3-english/"] = '<?php
/* Servers configuration */
$i = 0;

/* Server localhost (config:root) [1] */
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'host\'] = \'localhost\';
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'extension\'] = \'mysqli\';
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'connect_type\'] = \'tcp\';
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'compress\'] = false;
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'auth_type\'] = \'config\';
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'user\'] = \'root\';
$cfg[\'Servers\'][$i][\'password\'] = \'\';

/* End of servers configuration */
if (strpos(PHP_OS, \'WIN\') !== false) {
    $cfg[\'UploadDir\'] = getcwd();
} else {
    $cfg[\'UploadDir\'] = \'/tmp/pharphpmyadmin\';
    @chmod(\'/tmp/pharphpmyadmin\', 0777);
Phar::webPhar("phpMyAdmin.phar", "phpMyAdmin-2.11.3-english/index.php");
echo "phpMyAdmin is intended to be executed from a web browser\n";
exit -1;

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