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File: examples/ftp.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Example script
Class: Redbox PHP Scandir Filter
Scan files for new or modified files
Author: By
Last change: Last minute changes
Date: 6 years ago
Size: 3,894 bytes
 

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<?php
require 'autoload.php';

/**
 * This example shows you how you could use the file transfer protocol (FTP) to store information about the filesystem
 * If you would use this code in real life please make sure you store the output file (data.yml). By using the FTP method
 * it gets a lot harder for hackers to modify your scan file and fake the the scan results.
 */

$path = dirname(__FILE__)."/assets";
$tmpfile = $path.'/new.tmp';
$timefile = $path.'/time.txt';

/**
 * Change the values below to match your ftp settings.
 */
$host = "";
$username = "";
$password = "";
$datafile = "httpdocs/data.yml";

/**
 * Create the FTP adapter.
 */
$adapter = new Redbox\Scan\Adapter\Ftp(
   
$host,
   
$username,
   
$password,
   
$datafile
);

try {

   
/**
     * Since PSR-4 indicates the following:
     * Autoloader implementations MUST NOT throw exceptions, MUST NOT raise errors of any level, and SHOULD NOT return a value.
     *
     * We needed a seperate call to connect authenticate to the ftp server that would be able to report errors if needed.
     */
   
if ($adapter->authenticate()) {

       
/**
         * Enable transfer mode for FTP this can only be done after
         * the user is authenticated.
         */
       
$adapter->setPassiveMode(true);


       
/**
         * Enable Binary mode. Other options are FTP_MODE_ASCII.
         * The last mentioned is the default set by the adapter.
         */
       
$adapter->setTransferMode(Redbox\Scan\Adapter\Ftp::FTP_MODE_BINARY);

       
/**
         * Oke lets instantiate a new service and scan the assets folder inside
         * our current folder and write the data.yml file to the filesystem using the Filesystem adapter.
         */
       
$scan = new Redbox\Scan\ScanService($adapter);
        if (
$scan->index($path, 'Basic scan', date("Y-m-d H:i:s")) == false) {
            throw new
Exception('Writing datafile failed.');
        }

       
/**
         * After indexing the directory let's create a new file and update an other so
         * we can see if the filesystem picks it up.
         */
       
file_put_contents($tmpfile, 'Hello world');
       
file_put_contents($timefile, time());

       
/**
         * Oke the changes have been made lets scan the assets directory again for changes.
         */
       
$report = $scan->scan();

       
/**
         * Do the cleanup. This is not needed if this where to be real code.
         */
       
unlink($tmpfile);

       
/**
         * Output the changes since the index action.
         */
       
if(php_sapi_name() == "cli") {

            echo
"New files\n\n";
            foreach (
$report->getNewfiles() as $file) {
                echo
$file->getFilename().' '.Redbox\Scan\Filesystem\FileInfo::getFileHash($file->getRealPath())."\n";
            }

            echo
"\nModified Files\n\n";
            foreach (
$report->getModifiedFiles() as $file) {
                echo
$file->getFilename().' '.Redbox\Scan\Filesystem\FileInfo::getFileHash($file->getRealPath())."\n";
            }
            echo
"\n";

        } else {
            echo
'<h1>New files</h1>';
            foreach (
$report->getNewfiles() as $file) {
                echo
'<li>' . $file->getFilename().' '.Redbox\Scan\Filesystem\FileInfo::getFileHash($file->getRealPath()).'</li>';
            }
            echo
'</ul>';

            echo
'<h1>Modified Files</h1>';
            foreach (
$report->getModifiedFiles() as $file) {
                echo
'<li>'.$file->getFilename().' '.Redbox\Scan\Filesystem\FileInfo::getFileHash($file->getRealPath()).'</li>';
            }
            echo
'</ul>';
        }
    } else {
        echo
'<h1>Something went wrong</h1>';
        echo
'<p>Could not authenticate user</p>';

    }

} catch (
Exception $e) {
  
/* Handle Exception */
   
if(php_sapi_name() != "cli") echo '<pre>';
   
print_r($e->getMessage());
}

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