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ePHP

Copyright (c) 2013-2018 Altenwald Solutions, S.L.

Authors: "Manuel Rubio" (manuel@altenwald.com).

Build Status Codecov License: LGPL 2.1 Gitter

PHP Interpreter pure 100% Erlang. This interpreter was made for enhance and give flexibility to projects that requires an interface for plugins or addons without new compilations.

In the same way, you can use for server PHP pages in an easy way.

The port is not 100% complete, please refer to compatibility table.

Donation

If you want to support the project to advance faster with the development you can make a donation. Thanks!

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Requirements

ePHP requires to be run over an Erlang/OTP +R16, but not all the versions are full compatible or recommended. See the list:

Erlang Version Support Notes
20.3 fails in math lib
20.2 ✔️ Recommended if you use OTP 20
20.1 ✔️
20.0 ✔️
19.3 ✔️ Recommended if you use OTP 19
19.2 ✔️
19.1 ✔️
19.0 ✔️
18.3 ✔️ Recommended if you use OTP 18
18.2.1 ✔️
18.2 ✔️
18.1 ✔️
18.0 ✔️
17.5 ✔️ Recommended if you use OTP 17
17.4 ✔️
17.3 fail in SSL
17.1 ✔️
17.0 ✔️
R16B03-1 ✔️ Recommended if you use OTP R16
R16B03 ✔️
R16B02 ✔️
R16B01 fails in math lib

Getting Started

A simple way to use, is include in your project rebar.config the following dependency line:

    {ephp, ".*", {git, "git://github.com/bragful/ephp.git", master}}

And use the following code in your project:

{ok, Ctx} = ephp:context_new(),
PHP = "<? $a = 5 * 23; ?>Result for $a = <?=$a?>",
{ok, Text} = ephp:eval(Ctx, PHP).

The result stored in Text should be:

Result for $a = 115

Built-in Libs

PHP has a lot of built-in libraries. This interpreter has a little implementation of them. You can see the functions in the compatibility table.

You can add your own functions specifying the PHP name, and the module and function, as follow:

ephp_context:register_func(Ctx, <<"time">>, ephp_lib_date, time).

Modules

ephp
ephp_array
ephp_class
ephp_class_exception
ephp_config
ephp_const
ephp_context
ephp_cover
ephp_data
ephp_datetime
ephp_error
ephp_func
ephp_include
ephp_interpr
ephp_lib_array
ephp_lib_class
ephp_lib_control
ephp_lib_date
ephp_lib_error
ephp_lib_exec
ephp_lib_file
ephp_lib_func
ephp_lib_info
ephp_lib_math
ephp_lib_misc
ephp_lib_ob
ephp_lib_pcre
ephp_lib_spl
ephp_lib_string
ephp_lib_vars
ephp_mem
ephp_object
ephp_output
ephp_parser
ephp_parser_class
ephp_parser_expr
ephp_parser_func
ephp_parser_string
ephp_shutdown
ephp_stack
ephp_stream
ephp_stream_file
ephp_string
ephp_timezone
ephp_vars