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Yaf_Route_Regex::__construct

(Yaf >=1.0.0)

Yaf_Route_Regex::__constructYaf_Route_Regex constructor

Description

public Yaf_Route_Regex::__construct(
    string $match,
    array $route,
    array $map = ?,
    array $verify = ?,
    string $reverse = ?
)

Parameters

match

A complete Regex pattern, will be used to match a request uri, if doesn't matched, Yaf_Route_Regex will return false.

route

When the match pattern matches the request uri, Yaf_Route_Regex will use this to decide which m/c/a to routed.

either of m/c/a in this array is optianl, if you don't assgian a specific value, it will be routed to default.

map

A array to assign name to the captrues in the match result.

verify

reverse

a string, used to assemble url, see Yaf_Route_Regex::assemble().

Note:

this parameter is introduced in 2.3.0

Return Values

Examples

Example #1 Yaf_Route_Regex()example

<?php
/**
* Add a regex route to Yaf_Router route stack
*/
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addRoute("name",
new
Yaf_Route_Regex(
"#^/product/([^/]+)/([^/])+#", //match request uri leading "/product"
array(
'controller' => "product", //route to product controller,
),
array(
1 => "name", // now you can call $request->getParam("name")
2 => "id", // to get the first captrue in the match pattern.
)
)
);
?>

Example #2 Yaf_Route_Regex(as of 2.3.0)()example

<?php
/**
* Use match result as MVC name
*/
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addRoute("name",
new
Yaf_Route_Regex(
"#^/product/([^/]+)/([^/])+#i", //match request uri leading "/product"
array(
'controller' => ":name", // route to :name, which is $1 in the match result as controller name
),
array(
1 => "name", // now you can call $request->getParam("name")
2 => "id", // to get the first captrue in the match pattern.
)
)
);
?>

Example #3 Yaf_Route_Regex and named capture ground(as of 2.3.0)()example

<?php
/**
* Use match result as MVC name
*/
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addRoute("name",
new
Yaf_Route_Regex(
"#^/product/(?<name>[^/]+)/([^/])+#i", //match request uri leading "/product"
array(
'controller' => ":name", // route to :name,
// which is named capture group 'name' in the match result as controller name
),
array(
2 => "id", // to get the first captrue in the match pattern.
)
)
);
?>

Example #4 Yaf_Route_Regex()example

<?php
/**
* Add a regex route to Yaf_Router route stack by calling addconfig
*/
$config = array(
"name" => array(
"type" => "regex", //Yaf_Route_Regex route
"match" => "#(.*)#", //match arbitrary request uri
"route" => array(
'controller' => "product", //route to product controller,
'action' => "dummy", //route to dummy action
),
"map" => array(
1 => "uri", // now you can call $request->getParam("uri")
),
),
);
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addConfig(
new
Yaf_Config_Simple($config));
?>

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