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Adding charting library and improving the charting of the application.

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4 Bugzilla.php
@@ -150,4 +150,6 @@ function BugzillaRender($input, array $args, Parser $parser ) {
$wgBugzillaSmartyConfigDir = dirname(__FILE__) . '/configs/';
$wgBugzillaSmartyCacheDir = '/tmp/';
-
+$wgBugzillaChartStorage = realpath($cwd . '/charts');
+$wgBugzillaFontStorage = $cwd . '/pchart/fonts';
+$wgBugzillaChartUrl = $wgScriptPath . '/extensions/Bugzilla/charts';
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57 BugzillaOutput.class.php
@@ -4,6 +4,9 @@
abstract class BugzillaOutput {
+ public $response;
+ public $cache;
+
public function __construct($config, $options, $title='') {
$this->title = $title;
$this->config = $config;
@@ -59,6 +62,19 @@ public function render() {
return $this->smarty->fetch($this->template);
}
+
+ protected function _getCache()
+ {
+ global $wgCacheObject;
+ if(!$this->cache) {
+ $this->cache = new $wgCacheObject;
+ }
+
+ return $this->cache;
+ }
+
+ abstract public function _setup_template_data();
+
}
class BugzillaTable extends BugzillaOutput {
@@ -72,14 +88,45 @@ class BugzillaGraph extends BugzillaOutput {
}
+include 'pchart/class/pDraw.class.php';
+include 'pchart/class/pImage.class.php';
+include 'pchart/class/pData.class.php';
+
class BugzillaBarGraph extends BugzillaGraph {
+ public function generate_chart($chart_name)
+ {
+ global $wgBugzillaChartStorage, $wgBugzillaFontStorage;
+ $pData = new pData();
+ $pData->addPoints($this->query->data->data, 'Counts');
+ $pData->setAxisName(0, 'Bugs');
+ $pData->addPoints($this->query->data->x_labels, "Bugs");
+ $pData->setSerieDescription("Bugs", "Bugs");
+ $pData->setAbscissa("Bugs");
+
+ $pImage = new pImage(600,300, $pData);
+ $pImage->setFontProperties(array('FontName' => $wgBugzillaFontStorage . '/verdana.ttf', 'FontSize' => 6));
+ $pImage->setGraphArea(75, 30, 580, 280);
+ $pImage->drawScale(array("CycleBackground"=>TRUE,"DrawSubTicks"=>FALSE,"GridR"=>0,"GridG"=>0,"GridB"=>0,"GridAlpha"=>10, "Pos"=>SCALE_POS_TOPBOTTOM));
+
+ $pImage->drawBarChart();
+ $pImage->render($wgBugzillaChartStorage . '/' . $chart_name . '.png');
+ $cache = $this->_getCache();
+ $cache->set($chart_name, $chart_name . '.png');
+ return $chart_name;
+ }
+
public function _setup_template_data() {
- $this->smarty->assign('type', 'bhs');
- #$smarty->assign('type', 'p');
- $this->smarty->assign('size', '200x300');
- $this->smarty->assign('x_labels', implode('|', $this->query->data->x_labels));
- $this->smarty->assign('data', implode(',', $this->query->data->data));
+ global $wgBugzillaChartUrl;
+ $key = md5($this->query->id . '_bar_chart');
+ $cache = $this->_getCache();
+ if($result = $cache->get($key)) {
+ $image = $result['data'];
+ $this->response->image = $wgBugzillaChartUrl . '/' . $image;
+ } else {
+ $this->response->image = $wgBugzillaChartUrl . '/' . $this->generate_chart($key) . '.png';
+ }
+
}
}
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675 pchart/GPLv3.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,675 @@
+ GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
+ Version 3, 29 June 2007
+
+ Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <http://fsf.org/>
+ Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
+ of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
+
+ Preamble
+
+ The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for
+software and other kinds of works.
+
+ The licenses for most software and other practical works are designed
+to take away your freedom to share and change the works. By contrast,
+the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to
+share and change all versions of a program--to make sure it remains free
+software for all its users. We, the Free Software Foundation, use the
+GNU General Public License for most of our software; it applies also to
+any other work released this way by its authors. You can apply it to
+your programs, too.
+
+ When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not
+price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you
+have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for
+them if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you
+want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new
+free programs, and that you know you can do these things.
+
+ To protect your rights, we need to prevent others from denying you
+these rights or asking you to surrender the rights. Therefore, you have
+certain responsibilities if you distribute copies of the software, or if
+you modify it: responsibilities to respect the freedom of others.
+
+ For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether
+gratis or for a fee, you must pass on to the recipients the same
+freedoms that you received. You must make sure that they, too, receive
+or can get the source code. And you must show them these terms so they
+know their rights.
+
+ Developers that use the GNU GPL protect your rights with two steps:
+(1) assert copyright on the software, and (2) offer you this License
+giving you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify it.
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+<?php
+ /*
+ pBarcode128 - class to create barcodes (128B)
+
+ Version : 2.1.3
+ Made by : Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
+ Last Update : 09/09/11
+
+ This file can be distributed under the license you can find at :
+
+ http://www.pchart.net/license
+
+ You can find the whole class documentation on the pChart web site.
+ */
+
+ /* pData class definition */
+ class pBarcode128
+ {
+ var $Codes;
+ var $Reverse;
+ var $Result;
+ var $pChartObject;
+ var $CRC;
+
+ /* Class creator */
+ function pBarcode128($BasePath="")
+ {
+ $this->Codes = "";
+ $this->Reverse = "";
+
+ $FileHandle = @fopen($BasePath."data/128B.db", "r");
+
+ if (!$FileHandle) { die("Cannot find barcode database (".$BasePath."128B.db)."); }
+
+ while (!feof($FileHandle))
+ {
+ $Buffer = fgets($FileHandle,4096);
+ $Buffer = str_replace(chr(10),"",$Buffer);
+ $Buffer = str_replace(chr(13),"",$Buffer);
+ $Values = preg_split("/;/",$Buffer);
+
+ $this->Codes[$Values[1]]["ID"] = $Values[0];
+ $this->Codes[$Values[1]]["Code"] = $Values[2];
+ $this->Reverse[$Values[0]]["Code"] = $Values[2];
+ $this->Reverse[$Values[0]]["Asc"] = $Values[1];
+ }
+ fclose($FileHandle);
+ }
+
+ /* Return the projected size of a barcode */
+ function getSize($TextString,$Format="")
+ {
+ $Angle = isset($Format["Angle"]) ? $Format["Angle"] : 0;
+ $ShowLegend = isset($Format["ShowLegend"]) ? $Format["ShowLegend"] : FALSE;
+ $LegendOffset = isset($Format["LegendOffset"]) ? $Format["LegendOffset"] : 5;
+ $DrawArea = isset($Format["DrawArea"]) ? $Format["DrawArea"] : FALSE;
+ $FontSize = isset($Format["FontSize"]) ? $Format["FontSize"] : 12;
+ $Height = isset($Format["Height"]) ? $Format["Height"] : 30;
+
+ $TextString = $this->encode128($TextString);
+ $BarcodeLength = strlen($this->Result);
+
+ if ( $DrawArea ) { $WOffset = 20; } else { $WOffset = 0; }
+ if ( $ShowLegend ) { $HOffset = $FontSize+$LegendOffset+$WOffset; } else { $HOffset = 0; }
+
+ $X1 = cos($Angle * PI / 180) * ($WOffset+$BarcodeLength);
+ $Y1 = sin($Angle * PI / 180) * ($WOffset+$BarcodeLength);
+
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($HOffset+$Height);
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($HOffset+$Height);
+
+
+ $AreaWidth = max(abs($X1),abs($X2));
+ $AreaHeight = max(abs($Y1),abs($Y2));
+
+ return(array("Width"=>$AreaWidth,"Height"=>$AreaHeight));
+ }
+
+ function encode128($Value,$Format="")
+ {
+ $this->Result = "11010010000";
+ $this->CRC = 104;
+ $TextString = "";
+
+ for($i=1;$i<=strlen($Value);$i++)
+ {
+ $CharCode = ord($this->mid($Value,$i,1));
+ if ( isset($this->Codes[$CharCode]) )
+ {
+ $this->Result = $this->Result.$this->Codes[$CharCode]["Code"];
+ $this->CRC = $this->CRC + $i*$this->Codes[$CharCode]["ID"];
+ $TextString = $TextString.chr($CharCode);
+ }
+ }
+ $this->CRC = $this->CRC - floor($this->CRC/103)*103;
+
+ $this->Result = $this->Result.$this->Reverse[$this->CRC]["Code"];
+ $this->Result = $this->Result."1100011101011";
+
+ return($TextString);
+ }
+
+ /* Create the encoded string */
+ function draw($Object,$Value,$X,$Y,$Format="")
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject = $Object;
+
+ $R = isset($Format["R"]) ? $Format["R"] : 0;
+ $G = isset($Format["G"]) ? $Format["G"] : 0;
+ $B = isset($Format["B"]) ? $Format["B"] : 0;
+ $Alpha = isset($Format["Alpha"]) ? $Format["Alpha"] : 100;
+ $Height = isset($Format["Height"]) ? $Format["Height"] : 30;
+ $Angle = isset($Format["Angle"]) ? $Format["Angle"] : 0;
+ $ShowLegend = isset($Format["ShowLegend"]) ? $Format["ShowLegend"] : FALSE;
+ $LegendOffset = isset($Format["LegendOffset"]) ? $Format["LegendOffset"] : 5;
+ $DrawArea = isset($Format["DrawArea"]) ? $Format["DrawArea"] : FALSE;
+ $AreaR = isset($Format["AreaR"]) ? $Format["AreaR"] : 255;
+ $AreaG = isset($Format["AreaG"]) ? $Format["AreaG"] : 255;
+ $AreaB = isset($Format["AreaB"]) ? $Format["AreaB"] : 255;
+ $AreaBorderR = isset($Format["AreaBorderR"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderR"] : $AreaR;
+ $AreaBorderG = isset($Format["AreaBorderG"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderG"] : $AreaG;
+ $AreaBorderB = isset($Format["AreaBorderB"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderB"] : $AreaB;
+
+ $TextString = $this->encode128($Value);
+
+ if ( $DrawArea )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos(($Angle-135) * PI / 180) * 10;
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin(($Angle-135) * PI / 180) * 10;
+
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+
+ if ( $ShowLegend )
+ {
+ $X3 = $X2 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset+$this->pChartObject->FontSize+10);
+ $Y3 = $Y2 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset+$this->pChartObject->FontSize+10);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ $X3 = $X2 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+20);
+ $Y3 = $Y2 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+20);
+ }
+
+ $X4 = $X3 + cos(($Angle+180) * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+ $Y4 = $Y3 + sin(($Angle+180) * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+
+ $Polygon = array($X1,$Y1,$X2,$Y2,$X3,$Y3,$X4,$Y4);
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$AreaR,"G"=>$AreaG,"B"=>$AreaB,"BorderR"=>$AreaBorderR,"BorderG"=>$AreaBorderG,"BorderB"=>$AreaBorderB);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawPolygon($Polygon,$Settings);
+ }
+
+ for($i=1;$i<=strlen($this->Result);$i++)
+ {
+ if ( $this->mid($this->Result,$i,1) == 1 )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * $i;
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * $i;
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * $Height;
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * $Height;
+
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$R,"G"=>$G,"B"=>$B,"Alpha"=>$Alpha);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawLine($X1,$Y1,$X2,$Y2,$Settings);
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ( $ShowLegend )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)/2);
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)/2);
+
+ $LegendX = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset);
+ $LegendY = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset);
+
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$R,"G"=>$G,"B"=>$B,"Alpha"=>$Alpha,"Angle"=>-$Angle,"Align"=>TEXT_ALIGN_TOPMIDDLE);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawText($LegendX,$LegendY,$TextString,$Settings);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function left($value,$NbChar) { return substr($value,0,$NbChar); }
+ function right($value,$NbChar) { return substr($value,strlen($value)-$NbChar,$NbChar); }
+ function mid($value,$Depart,$NbChar) { return substr($value,$Depart-1,$NbChar); }
+ }
+?>
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+<?php
+ /*
+ pBarcode39 - class to create barcodes (39B)
+
+ Version : 2.1.3
+ Made by : Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
+ Last Update : 09/09/11
+
+ This file can be distributed under the license you can find at :
+
+ http://www.pchart.net/license
+
+ You can find the whole class documentation on the pChart web site.
+ */
+
+ /* pData class definition */
+ class pBarcode39
+ {
+ var $Codes;
+ var $Reverse;
+ var $Result;
+ var $pChartObject;
+ var $CRC;
+ var $MOD43;
+
+ /* Class creator */
+ function pBarcode39($BasePath="",$EnableMOD43=FALSE)
+ {
+ $this->MOD43 = $EnableMOD43;
+ $this->Codes = "";
+ $this->Reverse = "";
+
+ $FileHandle = @fopen($BasePath."data/39.db", "r");
+
+ if (!$FileHandle) { die("Cannot find barcode database (".$BasePath."data/39.db)."); }
+
+ while (!feof($FileHandle))
+ {
+ $Buffer = fgets($FileHandle,4096);
+ $Buffer = str_replace(chr(10),"",$Buffer);
+ $Buffer = str_replace(chr(13),"",$Buffer);
+ $Values = preg_split("/;/",$Buffer);
+
+ $this->Codes[$Values[0]] = $Values[1];
+ }
+ fclose($FileHandle);
+ }
+
+ /* Return the projected size of a barcode */
+ function getSize($TextString,$Format="")
+ {
+ $Angle = isset($Format["Angle"]) ? $Format["Angle"] : 0;
+ $ShowLegend = isset($Format["ShowLegend"]) ? $Format["ShowLegend"] : FALSE;
+ $LegendOffset = isset($Format["LegendOffset"]) ? $Format["LegendOffset"] : 5;
+ $DrawArea = isset($Format["DrawArea"]) ? $Format["DrawArea"] : FALSE;
+ $FontSize = isset($Format["FontSize"]) ? $Format["FontSize"] : 12;
+ $Height = isset($Format["Height"]) ? $Format["Height"] : 30;
+
+ $TextString = $this->encode39($TextString);
+ $BarcodeLength = strlen($this->Result);
+
+ if ( $DrawArea ) { $WOffset = 20; } else { $WOffset = 0; }
+ if ( $ShowLegend ) { $HOffset = $FontSize+$LegendOffset+$WOffset; } else { $HOffset = 0; }
+
+ $X1 = cos($Angle * PI / 180) * ($WOffset+$BarcodeLength);
+ $Y1 = sin($Angle * PI / 180) * ($WOffset+$BarcodeLength);
+
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($HOffset+$Height);
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($HOffset+$Height);
+
+
+ $AreaWidth = max(abs($X1),abs($X2));
+ $AreaHeight = max(abs($Y1),abs($Y2));
+
+ return(array("Width"=>$AreaWidth,"Height"=>$AreaHeight));
+ }
+
+ /* Create the encoded string */
+ function encode39($Value)
+ {
+ $this->Result = "100101101101"."0";
+ $TextString = "";
+ for($i=1;$i<=strlen($Value);$i++)
+ {
+ $CharCode = ord($this->mid($Value,$i,1));
+ if ( $CharCode >= 97 && $CharCode <= 122 ) { $CharCode = $CharCode - 32; }
+
+ if ( isset($this->Codes[chr($CharCode)]) )
+ {
+ $this->Result = $this->Result.$this->Codes[chr($CharCode)]."0";
+ $TextString = $TextString.chr($CharCode);
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ( $this->MOD43 )
+ {
+ $Checksum = $this->checksum($TextString);
+ $this->Result = $this->Result.$this->Codes[$Checksum]."0";
+ }
+
+ $this->Result = $this->Result."100101101101";
+ $TextString = "*".$TextString."*";
+
+ return($TextString);
+ }
+
+ /* Create the encoded string */
+ function draw($Object,$Value,$X,$Y,$Format="")
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject = $Object;
+
+ $R = isset($Format["R"]) ? $Format["R"] : 0;
+ $G = isset($Format["G"]) ? $Format["G"] : 0;
+ $B = isset($Format["B"]) ? $Format["B"] : 0;
+ $Alpha = isset($Format["Alpha"]) ? $Format["Alpha"] : 100;
+ $Height = isset($Format["Height"]) ? $Format["Height"] : 30;
+ $Angle = isset($Format["Angle"]) ? $Format["Angle"] : 0;
+ $ShowLegend = isset($Format["ShowLegend"]) ? $Format["ShowLegend"] : FALSE;
+ $LegendOffset = isset($Format["LegendOffset"]) ? $Format["LegendOffset"] : 5;
+ $DrawArea = isset($Format["DrawArea"]) ? $Format["DrawArea"] : FALSE;
+ $AreaR = isset($Format["AreaR"]) ? $Format["AreaR"] : 255;
+ $AreaG = isset($Format["AreaG"]) ? $Format["AreaG"] : 255;
+ $AreaB = isset($Format["AreaB"]) ? $Format["AreaB"] : 255;
+ $AreaBorderR = isset($Format["AreaBorderR"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderR"] : $AreaR;
+ $AreaBorderG = isset($Format["AreaBorderG"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderG"] : $AreaG;
+ $AreaBorderB = isset($Format["AreaBorderB"]) ? $Format["AreaBorderB"] : $AreaB;
+
+ $TextString = $this->encode39($Value);
+
+ if ( $DrawArea )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos(($Angle-135) * PI / 180) * 10;
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin(($Angle-135) * PI / 180) * 10;
+
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+
+ if ( $ShowLegend )
+ {
+ $X3 = $X2 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset+$this->pChartObject->FontSize+10);
+ $Y3 = $Y2 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset+$this->pChartObject->FontSize+10);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ $X3 = $X2 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+20);
+ $Y3 = $Y2 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+20);
+ }
+
+ $X4 = $X3 + cos(($Angle+180) * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+ $Y4 = $Y3 + sin(($Angle+180) * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)+20);
+
+ $Polygon = array($X1,$Y1,$X2,$Y2,$X3,$Y3,$X4,$Y4);
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$AreaR,"G"=>$AreaG,"B"=>$AreaB,"BorderR"=>$AreaBorderR,"BorderG"=>$AreaBorderG,"BorderB"=>$AreaBorderB);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawPolygon($Polygon,$Settings);
+ }
+
+ for($i=1;$i<=strlen($this->Result);$i++)
+ {
+ if ( $this->mid($this->Result,$i,1) == 1 )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * $i;
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * $i;
+ $X2 = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * $Height;
+ $Y2 = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * $Height;
+
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$R,"G"=>$G,"B"=>$B,"Alpha"=>$Alpha);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawLine($X1,$Y1,$X2,$Y2,$Settings);
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ( $ShowLegend )
+ {
+ $X1 = $X + cos($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)/2);
+ $Y1 = $Y + sin($Angle * PI / 180) * (strlen($this->Result)/2);
+
+ $LegendX = $X1 + cos(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset);
+ $LegendY = $Y1 + sin(($Angle+90) * PI / 180) * ($Height+$LegendOffset);
+
+ $Settings = array("R"=>$R,"G"=>$G,"B"=>$B,"Alpha"=>$Alpha,"Angle"=>-$Angle,"Align"=>TEXT_ALIGN_TOPMIDDLE);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawText($LegendX,$LegendY,$TextString,$Settings);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function checksum( $string )
+ {
+ $checksum = 0;
+ $length = strlen( $string );
+ $charset = '0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-. $/+%';
+
+ for( $i=0; $i < $length; ++$i )
+ $checksum += strpos( $charset, $string[$i] );
+
+ return substr( $charset, ($checksum % 43), 1 );
+ }
+
+ function left($value,$NbChar) { return substr($value,0,$NbChar); }
+ function right($value,$NbChar) { return substr($value,strlen($value)-$NbChar,$NbChar); }
+ function mid($value,$Depart,$NbChar) { return substr($value,$Depart-1,$NbChar); }
+ }
+?>
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+<?php
+ /*
+ pBubble - class to draw bubble charts
+
+ Version : 2.1.3
+ Made by : Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
+ Last Update : 09/09/11
+
+ This file can be distributed under the license you can find at :
+
+ http://www.pchart.net/license
+
+ You can find the whole class documentation on the pChart web site.
+ */
+
+ define("BUBBLE_SHAPE_ROUND" , 700001);
+ define("BUBBLE_SHAPE_SQUARE" , 700002);
+
+ /* pBubble class definition */
+ class pBubble
+ {
+ var $pChartObject;
+ var $pDataObject;
+
+ /* Class creator */
+ function pBubble($pChartObject,$pDataObject)
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject = $pChartObject;
+ $this->pDataObject = $pDataObject;
+ }
+
+ /* Prepare the scale */
+ function bubbleScale($DataSeries,$WeightSeries)
+ {
+ if ( !is_array($DataSeries) ) { $DataSeries = array($DataSeries); }
+ if ( !is_array($WeightSeries) ) { $WeightSeries = array($WeightSeries); }
+
+ /* Parse each data series to find the new min & max boundaries to scale */
+ $NewPositiveSerie = ""; $NewNegativeSerie = ""; $MaxValues = 0; $LastPositive = 0; $LastNegative = 0;
+ foreach($DataSeries as $Key => $SerieName)
+ {
+ $SerieWeightName = $WeightSeries[$Key];
+
+ $this->pDataObject->setSerieDrawable($SerieWeightName,FALSE);
+
+ if ( count($this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Data"]) > $MaxValues ) { $MaxValues = count($this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Data"]); }
+
+ foreach($this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Data"] as $Key => $Value)
+ {
+ if ( $Value >= 0 )
+ {
+ $BubbleBounds = $Value + $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieWeightName]["Data"][$Key];
+
+ if ( !isset($NewPositiveSerie[$Key]) )
+ { $NewPositiveSerie[$Key] = $BubbleBounds; }
+ elseif ( $NewPositiveSerie[$Key] < $BubbleBounds )
+ { $NewPositiveSerie[$Key] = $BubbleBounds; }
+
+ $LastPositive = $BubbleBounds;
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ $BubbleBounds = $Value - $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieWeightName]["Data"][$Key];
+
+ if ( !isset($NewNegativeSerie[$Key]) )
+ { $NewNegativeSerie[$Key] = $BubbleBounds; }
+ elseif ( $NewNegativeSerie[$Key] > $BubbleBounds )
+ { $NewNegativeSerie[$Key] = $BubbleBounds; }
+
+ $LastNegative = $BubbleBounds;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ /* Check for missing values and all the fake positive serie */
+ if ( $NewPositiveSerie != "" )
+ {
+ for ($i=0; $i<$MaxValues; $i++) { if (!isset($NewPositiveSerie[$i])) { $NewPositiveSerie[$i] = $LastPositive; } }
+
+ $this->pDataObject->addPoints($NewPositiveSerie,"BubbleFakePositiveSerie");
+ }
+
+ /* Check for missing values and all the fake negative serie */
+ if ( $NewNegativeSerie != "" )
+ {
+ for ($i=0; $i<$MaxValues; $i++) { if (!isset($NewNegativeSerie[$i])) { $NewNegativeSerie[$i] = $LastNegative; } }
+
+ $this->pDataObject->addPoints($NewNegativeSerie,"BubbleFakeNegativeSerie");
+ }
+ }
+
+ function resetSeriesColors()
+ {
+ $Data = $this->pDataObject->getData();
+ $Palette = $this->pDataObject->getPalette();
+
+ $ID = 0;
+ foreach($Data["Series"] as $SerieName => $SeriesParameters)
+ {
+ if ( $SeriesParameters["isDrawable"] )
+ {
+ $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["R"] = $Palette[$ID]["R"];
+ $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["G"] = $Palette[$ID]["G"];
+ $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["B"] = $Palette[$ID]["B"];
+ $this->pDataObject->Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["Alpha"] = $Palette[$ID]["Alpha"];
+ $ID++;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ /* Prepare the scale */
+ function drawBubbleChart($DataSeries,$WeightSeries,$Format="")
+ {
+ $ForceAlpha = isset($Format["ForceAlpha"]) ? $Format["ForceAlpha"] : VOID;
+ $DrawBorder = isset($Format["DrawBorder"]) ? $Format["DrawBorder"] : TRUE;
+ $BorderWidth = isset($Format["BorderWidth"]) ? $Format["BorderWidth"] : 1;
+ $Shape = isset($Format["Shape"]) ? $Format["Shape"] : BUBBLE_SHAPE_ROUND;
+ $Surrounding = isset($Format["Surrounding"]) ? $Format["Surrounding"] : NULL;
+ $BorderR = isset($Format["BorderR"]) ? $Format["BorderR"] : 0;
+ $BorderG = isset($Format["BorderG"]) ? $Format["BorderG"] : 0;
+ $BorderB = isset($Format["BorderB"]) ? $Format["BorderB"] : 0;
+ $BorderAlpha = isset($Format["BorderAlpha"]) ? $Format["BorderAlpha"] : 30;
+ $RecordImageMap = isset($Format["RecordImageMap"]) ? $Format["RecordImageMap"] : FALSE;
+
+ if ( !is_array($DataSeries) ) { $DataSeries = array($DataSeries); }
+ if ( !is_array($WeightSeries) ) { $WeightSeries = array($WeightSeries); }
+
+ $Data = $this->pDataObject->getData();
+ $Palette = $this->pDataObject->getPalette();
+
+ if ( isset($Data["Series"]["BubbleFakePositiveSerie"] ) ) { $this->pDataObject->setSerieDrawable("BubbleFakePositiveSerie",FALSE); }
+ if ( isset($Data["Series"]["BubbleFakeNegativeSerie"] ) ) { $this->pDataObject->setSerieDrawable("BubbleFakeNegativeSerie",FALSE); }
+
+ $this->resetSeriesColors();
+
+ list($XMargin,$XDivs) = $this->pChartObject->scaleGetXSettings();
+
+ foreach($DataSeries as $Key => $SerieName)
+ {
+ $AxisID = $Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Axis"];
+ $Mode = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Display"];
+ $Format = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Format"];
+ $Unit = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Unit"];
+
+ if (isset($Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Description"])) { $SerieDescription = $Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Description"]; } else { $SerieDescription = $SerieName; }
+
+ $XStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs;
+
+ $X = $this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1 + $XMargin;
+ $Y = $this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY1 + $XMargin;
+
+ $Color = array("R"=>$Palette[$Key]["R"],"G"=>$Palette[$Key]["G"],"B"=>$Palette[$Key]["B"],"Alpha"=>$Palette[$Key]["Alpha"]);
+
+ if ( $ForceAlpha != VOID ) { $Color["Alpha"]=$ForceAlpha; }
+
+ if ( $DrawBorder )
+ {
+ if ( $BorderWidth != 1 )
+ {
+ if ( $Surrounding != NULL )
+ { $BorderR = $Palette[$Key]["R"]+$Surrounding; $BorderG = $Palette[$Key]["G"]+$Surrounding; $BorderB = $Palette[$Key]["B"]+$Surrounding; }
+ else
+ { $BorderR = $BorderR; $BorderG = $BorderG; $BorderB = $BorderB; }
+ if ( $ForceAlpha != VOID ) { $BorderAlpha = $ForceAlpha/2; }
+ $BorderColor = array("R"=>$BorderR,"G"=>$BorderG,"B"=>$BorderB,"Alpha"=>$BorderAlpha);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ $Color["BorderAlpha"] = $BorderAlpha;
+
+ if ( $Surrounding != NULL )
+ { $Color["BorderR"] = $Palette[$Key]["R"]+$Surrounding; $Color["BorderG"] = $Palette[$Key]["G"]+$Surrounding; $Color["BorderB"] = $Palette[$Key]["B"]+$Surrounding; }
+ else
+ { $Color["BorderR"] = $BorderR; $Color["BorderG"] = $BorderG; $Color["BorderB"] = $BorderB; }
+ if ( $ForceAlpha != VOID ) { $Color["BorderAlpha"] = $ForceAlpha/2; }
+ }
+ }
+
+ foreach($Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Data"] as $iKey => $Point)
+ {
+ $Weight = $Point + $Data["Series"][$WeightSeries[$Key]]["Data"][$iKey];
+
+ $PosArray = $this->pChartObject->scaleComputeY($Point,array("AxisID"=>$AxisID));
+ $WeightArray = $this->pChartObject->scaleComputeY($Weight,array("AxisID"=>$AxisID));
+
+ if ( $Data["Orientation"] == SCALE_POS_LEFTRIGHT )
+ {
+ if ( $XDivs == 0 ) { $XStep = 0; } else { $XStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs; }
+ $Y = floor($PosArray); $CircleRadius = floor(abs($PosArray - $WeightArray)/2);
+
+ if ( $Shape == BUBBLE_SHAPE_SQUARE )
+ {
+ if ( $RecordImageMap ) { $this->pChartObject->addToImageMap("RECT",floor($X-$CircleRadius).",".floor($Y-$CircleRadius).",".floor($X+$CircleRadius).",".floor($Y+$CircleRadius),$this->pChartObject->toHTMLColor($Palette[$Key]["R"],$Palette[$Key]["G"],$Palette[$Key]["B"]),$SerieDescription,$Data["Series"][$WeightSeries[$Key]]["Data"][$iKey]); }
+
+ if ( $BorderWidth != 1 )
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius-$BorderWidth,$Y-$CircleRadius-$BorderWidth,$X+$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$Y+$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$BorderColor);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius,$Y-$CircleRadius,$X+$CircleRadius,$Y+$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ else
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius,$Y-$CircleRadius,$X+$CircleRadius,$Y+$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ elseif ( $Shape == BUBBLE_SHAPE_ROUND )
+ {
+ if ( $RecordImageMap ) { $this->pChartObject->addToImageMap("CIRCLE",floor($X).",".floor($Y).",".floor($CircleRadius),$this->pChartObject->toHTMLColor($Palette[$Key]["R"],$Palette[$Key]["G"],$Palette[$Key]["B"]),$SerieDescription,$Data["Series"][$WeightSeries[$Key]]["Data"][$iKey]); }
+
+ if ( $BorderWidth != 1 )
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$BorderColor);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ else
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+
+ $X = $X + $XStep;
+ }
+ elseif ( $Data["Orientation"] == SCALE_POS_TOPBOTTOM )
+ {
+ if ( $XDivs == 0 ) { $XStep = 0; } else { $XStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs; }
+ $X = floor($PosArray); $CircleRadius = floor(abs($PosArray - $WeightArray)/2);
+
+ if ( $Shape == BUBBLE_SHAPE_SQUARE )
+ {
+ if ( $RecordImageMap ) { $this->pChartObject->addToImageMap("RECT",floor($X-$CircleRadius).",".floor($Y-$CircleRadius).",".floor($X+$CircleRadius).",".floor($Y+$CircleRadius),$this->pChartObject->toHTMLColor($Palette[$Key]["R"],$Palette[$Key]["G"],$Palette[$Key]["B"]),$SerieDescription,$Data["Series"][$WeightSeries[$Key]]["Data"][$iKey]); }
+
+ if ( $BorderWidth != 1 )
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius-$BorderWidth,$Y-$CircleRadius-$BorderWidth,$X+$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$Y+$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$BorderColor);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius,$Y-$CircleRadius,$X+$CircleRadius,$Y+$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ else
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-$CircleRadius,$Y-$CircleRadius,$X+$CircleRadius,$Y+$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ elseif ( $Shape == BUBBLE_SHAPE_ROUND )
+ {
+ if ( $RecordImageMap ) { $this->pChartObject->addToImageMap("CIRCLE",floor($X).",".floor($Y).",".floor($CircleRadius),$this->pChartObject->toHTMLColor($Palette[$Key]["R"],$Palette[$Key]["G"],$Palette[$Key]["B"]),$SerieDescription,$Data["Series"][$WeightSeries[$Key]]["Data"][$iKey]); }
+
+ if ( $BorderWidth != 1 )
+ {
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius+$BorderWidth,$BorderColor);
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+ else
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,$CircleRadius,$Color);
+ }
+
+ $Y = $Y + $XStep;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ function writeBubbleLabel($SerieName,$SerieWeightName,$Points,$Format="")
+ {
+ $OverrideTitle = isset($Format["OverrideTitle"]) ? $Format["OverrideTitle"] : NULL;
+ $DrawPoint = isset($Format["DrawPoint"]) ? $Format["DrawPoint"] : LABEL_POINT_BOX;
+
+ if ( !is_array($Points) ) { $Point = $Points; $Points = ""; $Points[] = $Point; }
+
+ $Data = $this->pDataObject->getData();
+ $Palette = $this->pDataObject->getPalette();
+
+ if ( !isset($Data["Series"][$SerieName]) || !isset($Data["Series"][$SerieWeightName]) )
+ return(0);
+
+ list($XMargin,$XDivs) = $this->pChartObject->scaleGetXSettings();
+
+ $AxisID = $Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Axis"];
+ $AxisMode = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Display"];
+ $AxisFormat = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Format"];
+ $AxisUnit = $Data["Axis"][$AxisID]["Unit"];
+ $XStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs;
+
+ $X = $this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1 + $XMargin;
+ $Y = $this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY1 + $XMargin;
+
+ $Color = array("R"=>$Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["R"],"G"=>$Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["G"],"B"=>$Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["B"],"Alpha"=>$Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Color"]["Alpha"]);
+
+ foreach($Points as $Key => $Point)
+ {
+ $Value = $Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Data"][$Point];
+ $PosArray = $this->pChartObject->scaleComputeY($Value,array("AxisID"=>$AxisID));
+
+ if ( isset($Data["Abscissa"]) && isset($Data["Series"][$Data["Abscissa"]]["Data"][$Point]) )
+ $Abscissa = $Data["Series"][$Data["Abscissa"]]["Data"][$Point]." : ";
+ else
+ $Abscissa = "";
+
+ $Value = $this->pChartObject->scaleFormat($Value,$AxisMode,$AxisFormat,$AxisUnit);
+ $Weight = $Data["Series"][$SerieWeightName]["Data"][$Point];
+ $Caption = $Abscissa.$Value." / ".$Weight;
+
+ if ( isset($Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Description"]) )
+ $Description = $Data["Series"][$SerieName]["Description"];
+ else
+ $Description = "No description";
+
+ $Series = "";
+ $Series[] = array("Format"=>$Color,"Caption"=>$Caption);
+
+ if ( $Data["Orientation"] == SCALE_POS_LEFTRIGHT )
+ {
+ if ( $XDivs == 0 ) { $XStep = 0; } else { $XStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaX1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs; }
+
+ $X = floor($X + $Point * $XStep);
+ $Y = floor($PosArray);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ if ( $XDivs == 0 ) { $YStep = 0; } else { $YStep = ($this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY2-$this->pChartObject->GraphAreaY1-$XMargin*2)/$XDivs; }
+
+ $X = floor($PosArray);
+ $Y = floor($Y + $Point * $YStep);
+ }
+
+ if ( $DrawPoint == LABEL_POINT_CIRCLE )
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledCircle($X,$Y,3,array("R"=>255,"G"=>255,"B"=>255,"BorderR"=>0,"BorderG"=>0,"BorderB"=>0));
+ elseif ( $DrawPoint == LABEL_POINT_BOX )
+ $this->pChartObject->drawFilledRectangle($X-2,$Y-2,$X+2,$Y+2,array("R"=>255,"G"=>255,"B"=>255,"BorderR"=>0,"BorderG"=>0,"BorderB"=>0));
+
+ $this->pChartObject->drawLabelBox($X,$Y-3,$Description,$Series,$Format);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+?>
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+<?php
+ /*
+ pCache - speed up the rendering by caching up the pictures
+
+ Version : 2.1.3
+ Made by : Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
+ Last Update : 09/09/11
+
+ This file can be distributed under the license you can find at :
+
+ http://www.pchart.net/license
+
+ You can find the whole class documentation on the pChart web site.
+ */
+
+ /* pData class definition */
+ class pCache
+ {
+ var $CacheFolder;
+ var $CacheIndex;
+ var $CacheDB;
+
+ /* Class creator */
+ function pCache($Settings="")
+ {
+ $CacheFolder = isset($Settings["CacheFolder"]) ? $Settings["CacheFolder"] : "cache";
+ $CacheIndex = isset($Settings["CacheIndex"]) ? $Settings["CacheIndex"] : "index.db";
+ $CacheDB = isset($Settings["CacheDB"]) ? $Settings["CacheDB"] : "cache.db";
+
+ $this->CacheFolder = $CacheFolder;
+ $this->CacheIndex = $CacheIndex;
+ $this->CacheDB = $CacheDB;
+
+ if (!file_exists($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex)) { touch($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex); }
+ if (!file_exists($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB)) { touch($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB); }
+ }
+
+ /* Flush the cache contents */
+ function flush()
+ {
+ if (file_exists($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex)) { unlink($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex); touch($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex); }
+ if (file_exists($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB)) { unlink($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB); touch($this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB); }
+ }
+
+ /* Return the MD5 of the data array to clearly identify the chart */
+ function getHash($Data,$Marker="")
+ { return(md5($Marker.serialize($Data->Data))); }
+
+ /* Write the generated picture to the cache */
+ function writeToCache($ID,$pChartObject)
+ {
+ /* Compute the paths */
+ $TemporaryFile = $this->CacheFolder."/tmp_".rand(0,1000).".png";
+ $Database = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB;
+ $Index = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex;
+
+ /* Flush the picture to a temporary file */
+ imagepng($pChartObject->Picture ,$TemporaryFile);
+
+ /* Retrieve the files size */
+ $PictureSize = filesize($TemporaryFile);
+ $DBSize = filesize($Database);
+
+ /* Save the index */
+ $Handle = fopen($Index,"a");
+ fwrite($Handle, $ID.",".$DBSize.",".$PictureSize.",".time().",0 \r\n");
+ fclose($Handle);
+
+ /* Get the picture raw contents */
+ $Handle = fopen($TemporaryFile,"r");
+ $Raw = fread($Handle,$PictureSize);
+ fclose($Handle);
+
+ /* Save the picture in the solid database file */
+ $Handle = fopen($Database,"a");
+ fwrite($Handle, $Raw);
+ fclose($Handle);
+
+ /* Remove temporary file */
+ unlink($TemporaryFile);
+ }
+
+ /* Remove object older than the specified TS */
+ function removeOlderThan($Expiry)
+ { $this->dbRemoval(array("Expiry"=>$Expiry)); }
+
+ /* Remove an object from the cache */
+ function remove($ID)
+ { $this->dbRemoval(array("Name"=>$ID)); }
+
+ /* Remove with specified criterias */
+ function dbRemoval($Settings)
+ {
+ $ID = isset($Settings["Name"]) ? $Settings["Name"] : NULL;
+ $Expiry = isset($Settings["Expiry"]) ? $Settings["Expiry"] : -(24*60*60);
+ $TS = time()-$Expiry;
+
+ /* Compute the paths */
+ $Database = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB;
+ $Index = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex;
+ $DatabaseTemp = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheDB.".tmp";
+ $IndexTemp = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex.".tmp";
+
+ /* Single file removal */
+ if ( $ID != NULL )
+ {
+ /* Retrieve object informations */
+ $Object = $this->isInCache($ID,TRUE);
+
+ /* If it's not in the cache DB, go away */
+ if ( !$Object ) { return(0); }
+ }
+
+ /* Create the temporary files */
+ if (!file_exists($DatabaseTemp)) { touch($DatabaseTemp); }
+ if (!file_exists($IndexTemp)) { touch($IndexTemp); }
+
+ /* Open the file handles */
+ $IndexHandle = @fopen($Index, "r");
+ $IndexTempHandle = @fopen($IndexTemp, "w");
+ $DBHandle = @fopen($Database, "r");
+ $DBTempHandle = @fopen($DatabaseTemp, "w");
+
+ /* Remove the selected ID from the database */
+ while (!feof($IndexHandle))
+ {
+ $Entry = fgets($IndexHandle, 4096);
+ $Entry = str_replace("\r","",$Entry);
+ $Entry = str_replace("\n","",$Entry);
+ $Settings = preg_split("/,/",$Entry);
+
+ if ( $Entry != "" )
+ {
+ $PicID = $Settings[0];
+ $DBPos = $Settings[1];
+ $PicSize = $Settings[2];
+ $GeneratedTS = $Settings[3];
+ $Hits = $Settings[4];
+
+ if ( $Settings[0] != $ID && $GeneratedTS > $TS)
+ {
+ $CurrentPos = ftell($DBTempHandle);
+ fwrite($IndexTempHandle, $PicID.",".$CurrentPos.",".$PicSize.",".$GeneratedTS.",".$Hits."\r\n");
+
+ fseek($DBHandle,$DBPos);
+ $Picture = fread($DBHandle,$PicSize);
+ fwrite($DBTempHandle,$Picture);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ /* Close the handles */
+ fclose($IndexHandle);
+ fclose($IndexTempHandle);
+ fclose($DBHandle);
+ fclose($DBTempHandle);
+
+ /* Remove the prod files */
+ unlink($Database);
+ unlink($Index);
+
+ /* Swap the temp & prod DB */
+ rename($DatabaseTemp,$Database);
+ rename($IndexTemp,$Index);
+ }
+
+ function isInCache($ID,$Verbose=FALSE,$UpdateHitsCount=FALSE)
+ {
+ /* Compute the paths */
+ $Index = $this->CacheFolder."/".$this->CacheIndex;
+
+ /* Search the picture in the index file */
+ $Handle = @fopen($Index, "r");
+ while (!feof($Handle))
+ {
+ $IndexPos = ftell($Handle);
+ $Entry = fgets($Handle, 4096);
+ if ( $Entry != "" )
+ {
+ $Settings = preg_split("/,/",$Entry);
+ $PicID = $Settings[0];
+ if ( $PicID == $ID )
+ {
+ fclose($Handle);
+
+ $DBPos = $Settings[1];
+ $PicSize = $Settings[2];
+ $GeneratedTS = $Settings[3];
+ $Hits = intval($Settings[4]);
+
+ if ( $UpdateHitsCount )
+ {
+ $Hits++;
+ if ( strlen($Hits) < 7 ) { $Hits = $Hits.str_repeat(" ",7-strlen($Hits)); }
+
+ $Handle = @fopen($Index, "r+");
+ fseek($Handle,$IndexPos);