php_db4.h   [plain text]

 * Copyright (c) 2004,2008 Oracle.  All rights reserved.
 * authors: George Schlossnagle <>

#ifndef PHP_DB4_H
#define PHP_DB4_H

extern zend_module_entry db4_module_entry;
#define phpext_db4_ptr &db4_module_entry

#ifdef DB4_EXPORTS
#define PHP_DB4_API __declspec(dllexport)
#define PHP_DB4_API

#ifdef ZTS
#include "TSRM.h"

#include "db.h"

PHP_DB4_API zend_class_entry *db_txn_ce_get(void);
PHP_DB4_API zend_class_entry *dbc_ce_get(void);
PHP_DB4_API zend_class_entry *db_env_ce_get(void);
PHP_DB4_API zend_class_entry *db_ce_get(void);
PHP_DB4_API DB_ENV *php_db4_getDbEnvFromObj(zval *z TSRMLS_DC);
PHP_DB4_API DB *php_db4_getDbFromObj(zval *z TSRMLS_DC);
PHP_DB4_API DB_TXN *php_db4_getDbTxnFromObj(zval *z TSRMLS_DC);
PHP_DB4_API DBC *php_db4_getDbcFromObj(zval *z TSRMLS_DC);
  	Declare any global variables you may need between the BEGIN
	and END macros here:     

	long  global_value;
	char *global_string;

/* In every utility function you add that needs to use variables 
   in php_db4_globals, call TSRM_FETCH(); after declaring other 
   variables used by that function, or better yet, pass in TSRMLS_CC
   after the last function argument and declare your utility function
   with TSRMLS_DC after the last declared argument.  Always refer to
   the globals in your function as DB4_G(variable).  You are 
   encouraged to rename these macros something shorter, see
   examples in any other php module directory.

#ifdef ZTS
#define DB4_G(v) TSRMG(db4_globals_id, zend_db4_globals *, v)
#define DB4_G(v) (db4_globals.v)

#endif	/* PHP_DB4_H */

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