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# phar-creator
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## Description
Phar-Creator is a PHP compaction tool that allows you to compress your project, library, etc. into a `.phar` archive, so that you have a single file containing them all.
You can freely add an entry point in case your program is made to be executed directly by client, a web entry point, or meta data and more.
The compaction tool will also provide you with a Sha256 fingerprint of the resulting `.phar`.
## Use
You will find below the two modes of use of the tool, the first by using the provided windows executable `win-build.cmd` or the `CLI` (terminal). The second one by accessing directly the script via internet (`WEB`).
For these two modes of use you will have to configure the script in the section `CONSTANTS to config`. This repository is already a complete example of phar-creator use. Our example is called __hello-world__ it has been made to be as understandable as possible I invite you to browse it to discover the structure (people used to it can abstain).
### CLI packaging
#### Requirements
- PHP version `>= 7.4` ;
- PHP must be `CLI ready` (**win**: add to environement variable, **linux**: installed) ;
#### Examples by method
1) Run the script directly into your terminal `php -dphar.readonly=0 phar-creator.php`.
2) Run the `win-build.cmd` script.
### WEB packaging
#### Requirements
- PHP version `>= 7.4` ;
- The web server must have `read and write permissions` or run as administrator ;
- In the php.ini, `phar.readonly` must be disabled, so set to `false` ;
#### Example web
* Simply navigate to the access url of the script `http://your-website.domain/phar-creator.php`.:k:=
## Project structure (example)
│ phar-creator.php ==> The main tool to place in project's root directory.
│ win-build.cmd ==> The windows script to start the tool.
├───build ==> The build directory.
│ hello-world.phar
└───src ==> The source code directory.
│ main.php ==> The hello-world (example) entrypoint.
│ personFactory.php
│ Person.php

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* Phar-creator
* This is a (.phar) package creator, allowing you to convert
* your project into an easily transportable and usable PHP package.
* Execution : `php -dphar.readonly=0 phar-creator.php`
* Require : PHP version >= 7.4
* @version 1.0.0
* @since 08-08-2022
* @author Jérémi Nihart <>
* @copyright © 2022 EndMove, All rights reserved.
* @link
// CONSTANTS - to config
const FILE_NAME = 'hello-world.phar'; // the package name, must end by '.phar'
const SOURCE_FOLDER = '/src'; // the source folder, usualy 'src'
const OUTPUT_FOLDER = '/build'; // the output folder, usualy 'build'
const CLI_ENTRY_POINT = 'main.php'; // the program/library entry point for cli use, usualy 'main.php'
const WEB_ENTRY_POINT = null; // the program entry point for web use, usualy 'web_index.php'
const USE_SHEBANG = false; // use shebang for fast click execution on linux, usualy 'false'
const META_DATA = [ // the meta-data to merge with the phar package.
'version' => '1.0.0',
'author' => 'EndMove',
'website' => ''
try {
$output = __DIR__ . OUTPUT_FOLDER . '/';
// clean
if (!file_exists($output)) {
echo "Build directory has been created\n";
mkdir($output, 0770);
// clean & update output
$output .= FILE_NAME;
if (file_exists($output)) {
echo "Cleaning old files...\n";
// create phar
echo "=== Start creating (.phar) package ===\n";
$phar = new Phar($output);
// buffering START
echo "-> Buffering files...\n";
// packaging project
echo "-> Packaging project...\n";
$phar->buildFromDirectory(__DIR__ . SOURCE_FOLDER);
echo "-> Packaging project. Done!\n";
// create stub
echo "-> Creating stub...\n";
$stub = $phar->createDefaultStub(CLI_ENTRY_POINT, WEB_ENTRY_POINT);
$phar->setStub(USE_SHEBANG ? "#!/usr/bin/env php \n$stub" : $stub);
echo "-> Creating stub. Done!\n";
// add meta-data
echo "-> Meta-data added!\n";
// buffering STOP
echo "-> Buffering files. Done!\n";
// compressing package content
echo "-> compressing package...\n";
echo "-> compressing package. Done!\n";
// chmod perm
chmod($output, 0770);
echo "OK. Project successfuly packaged into ($output).\n";
echo "Generated phar SHA256 fingerprint : " . hash_file('sha256', $output) . PHP_EOL;
} catch (Exception $e) {
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namespace PHP_PHAR\factory;
use PHP_PHAR\model\Person;
* Generate Person
* @return array<Person>
function makePersons(): array
return [
new Person("Jérémi", "Nihart", 20),
new Person("Coralie", "Florquin", 21),
new Person("Guillaume", "Vander"),
new Person("Samuel", "Nihart", 17),
new Person("Michel", "Laroux", null)

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namespace PHP_PHAR;
use function PHP_PHAR\factory\makePersons;
use function PHP_PHAR\utils\sayHelloToAll;
// load -> Model, Factory, Utils; then run closure
require_once __DIR__ . '/model/Person.php';
require_once __DIR__ . '/factory/personFactory.php';
require_once __DIR__ . '/utils/func.php';
// Entry point
$persons = makePersons(); // make demo persons
echo "==> To beging I will print the data generated by the Person Factory.\n"; // first print
sayHelloToAll($persons); // display hello message
echo "\n==> Now I will edit some data with magic method...\n"; // edit some data
$persons[0]->lastname = 'New Last Name Very Long LMAO';
$persons[3]->lastname = 'An Other Very Long Last Name';
$persons[4]->lastname = 'An New FirstName';
sayHelloToAll($persons); // display hello message
echo "\n==> Now I will edit the age and show it with magic methods...\n"; // edit age, reboot lastname and display
$persons[0]->lastname = 'Nihart';
echo "BEFORE: " . $persons[0]->getFormattedName() . " & age=" . $persons[0]->age . "\n";
$persons[0]->age = 10;
echo "AFTER: " . $persons[0]->getFormattedName() . " & age=" . $persons[0]->age . "\n";
$persons[0]->age = -20;
echo "AFTER 2 WITH NO EFFECT: " . $persons[0]->getFormattedName() . " & age=" . $persons[0]->age . "\n";

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namespace PHP_PHAR\model;
* Person model
class Person {
// Variables
private string $firstname;
private string $lastname;
private int $age; // not pertinent but okay
// Constructor
public function __construct(string $firstname, string $lastname, ?int $age = null)
$this->firstname = $firstname;
$this->lastname = $lastname;
$this->age = isset($age) ? $age : -1;
// Magic getter
public function __get(string $val): mixed
return isset($this->$val) ? $this->$val : "Unknown attribut";
// Magic setter
public function __set(string $val, mixed $value): void
if (!(isset($this->$val) && gettype($this->$val) == gettype($value))) return;
switch ($val) {
case 'age':
$this->$val = $value > -1 ? $value : $this->$val;
$this->$val = $value;
* Retrieve the formated name
public function getFormattedName(): string
return sprintf("%s %s", strtoupper($this->lastname), ucfirst(strtolower($this->firstname)));

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namespace PHP_PHAR\utils;
use PHP_PHAR\model\Person;
* Retrieve the hello world message per person
function getHelloTo(Person $person): string
return "Hello to our World " . $person->getFormattedName() . " !";
* Say hello world to a person list
function sayHelloToAll(array $persons): void
foreach ($persons as $person) echo(getHelloTo($person) . "\n");

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ECHO You are running win-phar-creator by EndMove
ECHO -------------------------------------------
php -dphar.readonly=0 phar-creator.php
ECHO ====================================================
ECHO ====================================================