alxmsl/primitives

Simple library with primitives: sets, queues etc.

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v1.7.2 2015-03-30 18:10 UTC

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Base classes for abstract primitives: sets, queues etc.

Set on Redis storage usage example

use alxmsl\Connection\Redis\RedisFactory;
use alxmsl\Primitives\SetFactory;

// Create redis connection
$Connection = RedisFactory::createRedisByConfig(array(
    'host' => 'localhost',
    'port' => 6379,
));

// Create set on the redis connection
$Set = SetFactory::createRedisSet('test', $Connection);

// Add set elements
$Set->add('obj_01');
$Set->add('obj_02');

// Check items existence
var_dump($Set->exists('obj_01'), $Set->exists('obj_03'));

Set on Postgres table usage example

use alxmsl\Connection\Postgresql\Connection;
use alxmsl\Primitives\SetFactory;

// Create new postgres connection
$Connection = new Connection();
$Connection->setNeedBusyCheckup(false)
    ->setUserName('postgres')
    ->setPassword('postgres')
    ->setDatabase('postgres')
    ->setHost('localhost')
    ->setPort(5432);

// Create set instance
$Set = SetFactory::createPostgresSet('test', $Connection);

// Add items to set
$Set->add('obj_01');
$Set->add('obj_02');

// Check items existence
var_dump($Set->exists('obj_01'), $Set->exists('obj_03'));

Set`s iteration

With set instance you can use an iterator support. Just enable enlisted mode

$Set->getProvider()->setEnlistedMode(true);

And use set`s iterator

foreach ($Set->getIterator() as $item) {
    var_dump($item);
}

Queue on Redis storage usage example

use alxmsl\Connection\Redis\RedisFactory;
use alxmsl\Primitives\QueueFactory;

$Connection = RedisFactory::createRedisByConfig(array(
    'host' => 'localhost',
    'port' => 6379,
));

$Queue = QueueFactory::createRedisQueue('myqueue_01', $Connection);

$queue = array(1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 5);
foreach ($queue as $item) {
    $Queue->enqueue($item);
}

$result = array();
for (;;) {
    $item = $Queue->dequeue();
    if ($item !== false) {
        $result[] = $item;
    } else {
        break;
    }
}

$diff = array_diff($queue, $result);
var_dump(empty($diff));

Of course, queue instance implementsIterator interface. Usage example:

foreach ($queue as $item) {
    $Queue->enqueue($item);
}

$result = array();
foreach ($Queue->getIterator() as $item) {
    $result[] = $item;
}

$diff = array_diff($queue, $result);
var_dump(empty($diff));

Queues pool usage example

$Queue1 = QueueFactory::createRedisQueue('myqueue_pool_01', $Connection1);
$Queue2 = QueueFactory::createRedisQueue('myqueue_pool_02', $Connection2);

// Create new pool
$Pool = new Pool();
$Pool->addQueue($Queue1)
    ->addQueue($Queue2);

// Write to pool
$items = range(1, 5);
foreach ($items as $item) {
    $Pool->enqueue($item);
    printf("enqueued: %s\n", $item);
}

// Flush pool
while ($Item = $Pool->dequeue()) {
    printf("dequeued: %s\n", $Item);
}

Hierarchical cache usage example

$RootCache = CacheFactory::createMemcachedCache('key_03', Cache::getClass(), $Connection);
$Level2Cache = CacheFactory::createMemcachedCache('key_03', Level2Cache::getClass(), $Connection);
$Level3Cache = CacheFactory::createMemcachedCache('key_03', Level3Cache::getClass(), $Connection);

// Leveled value write and read
$Level3Cache->set('some_level3_key', 5, Item::TYPE_NUMBER);
unset($Level3Cache);

$Level3Cache = CacheFactory::createMemcachedCache('key_03', Level3Cache::getClass(), $Connection);
var_dump($Level3Cache->get('some_level3_key')->getValue() == 5);

// Check cached level 3 value from level 2
$Level2Value = $Level2Cache->get('level3')->getValue();
var_dump($Level2Value->some_level3_key->getValue() == $Level3Cache->get('some_level3_key')->getValue());

// Check cached level 3 value from root level
$RootLevelValue = $RootCache->get('level2')->getValue();
var_dump($RootLevelValue->level3->getValue()->some_level3_key->getValue() == $Level3Cache->get('some_level3_key')->getValue());

// Set another value on level 2 and invalidate level 3
$Level2Cache->set('another_level2_key', 7);
$Level3Cache->invalidate();
unset($Level2Cache);

// Then check level 2 cached value
$Level2Cache = CacheFactory::createMemcachedCache('key_03', Level2Cache::getClass(), $Connection);
var_dump($Level2Cache->get('another_level2_key')->getValue() == 7);

// Check what level 3 is empty
try {
    $Level2Cache->get('level3');
    printf("error: level3 was not delete\n");
} catch (MissingException $Ex) {
    var_dump(true);
}

Semaphore usage example

// Create semaphore instance
$Semaphore = SemaphoreFactory::createRedisSemaphore($Connection, 'locker');

// Use semaphore
$result = $Semaphore->wait();
if ($result) {
    sleep(1);
    $Semaphore->signal();
} else {
    printf("semaphore are locked now\n");
}

License

Copyright © 2014 Alexey Maslov alexey.y.maslov@gmail.com This work is free. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar. See the COPYING file for more details.