Modules

UTF8_Exception
extends Kohana_UTF8_Exception
extends Kohana_Exception
extends Kohana_Kohana_Exception
extends Exception

Implements: Throwable

package
Kohana
category
Exceptions
author
Kohana Team
copyright
© Kohana Team
license
https://koseven.ga/LICENSE.md

Class declared in SYSPATH/classes/UTF8/Exception.php on line 3.

Properties

public static string $error_view

error rendering view

string(12) "kohana/error"

public static string $error_view_content_type

error view content type

string(9) "text/html"

public static array $php_errors

PHP error code => human readable name

array(9) (
    1 => string(11) "Fatal Error"
    256 => string(10) "User Error"
    4 => string(11) "Parse Error"
    2 => string(7) "Warning"
    512 => string(12) "User Warning"
    2048 => string(6) "Strict"
    8 => string(6) "Notice"
    4096 => string(17) "Recoverable Error"
    8192 => string(10) "Deprecated"
)

protected $code

Default value:
integer 0

protected $file

Default value:
NULL

protected $line

Default value:
NULL

protected $message

Default value:
string(0) ""

Methods

public __construct( [ string $message = string(0) "" , array $variables = NULL , integer|string $code = integer 0 , Exception $previous = NULL ] ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Creates a new translated exception.

throw new Kohana_Exception('Something went terrible wrong, :user',
    array(':user' => $user));

Parameters

  • string $message = string(0) "" - Error message
  • array $variables = NULL - Translation variables
  • integer|string $code = integer 0 - The exception code
  • Exception $previous = NULL - Previous exception

Return Values

  • void

Source Code

public function __construct($message = "", array $variables = NULL, $code = 0, Exception $previous = NULL)
{
    // Set the message
    $message = __($message, $variables);

    // Pass the message and integer code to the parent
    parent::__construct($message, (int) $code, $previous);

    // Save the unmodified code
    // @link http://bugs.php.net/39615
    $this->code = $code;
}

public __toString( ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Magic object-to-string method.

echo $exception;

Tags

Return Values

  • string

Source Code

public function __toString()
{
    return Kohana_Exception::text($this);
}

public static _handler( Exception $e ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Exception handler, logs the exception and generates a Response object for display.

Parameters

  • Exception $e required - $e

Tags

Return Values

  • Response

Source Code

public static function _handler($e)
{
    try
    {
        // Log the exception
        Kohana_Exception::log($e);

        // Generate the response
        $response = Kohana_Exception::response($e);

        return $response;
    }
    catch (Exception $e)
    {
        /**
         * Things are going *really* badly for us, We now have no choice
         * but to bail. Hard.
         */
        // Clean the output buffer if one exists
        ob_get_level() AND ob_clean();

        // Set the Status code to 500, and Content-Type to text/plain.
        header('Content-Type: text/plain; charset='.Kohana::$charset, TRUE, 500);

        echo Kohana_Exception::text($e);

        exit(1);
    }
}

public static handler( Exception $e ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Inline exception handler, displays the error message, source of the exception, and the stack trace of the error.

Parameters

  • Exception $e required - $e

Tags

Return Values

  • void

Source Code

public static function handler($e)
{
    $response = Kohana_Exception::_handler($e);

    // Send the response to the browser
    echo $response->send_headers()->body();

    exit(1);
}

public static log( Exception $e [, int $level = integer 0 ] ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Logs an exception.

Parameters

  • Exception $e required - $e
  • int $level = integer 0 - $level

Tags

Return Values

  • void

Source Code

public static function log($e, $level = Log::EMERGENCY)
{
    if (is_object(Kohana::$log))
    {
        // Create a text version of the exception
        $error = Kohana_Exception::text($e);

        // Add this exception to the log
        Kohana::$log->add($level, $error, NULL, ['exception' => $e]);

        // Make sure the logs are written
        Kohana::$log->write();
    }
}

public static response( Exception $e ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Get a Response object representing the exception

Parameters

  • Exception $e required - $e

Tags

Return Values

  • Response

Source Code

public static function response($e)
{
    if ( ! $e instanceof Exception AND ! $e instanceof Throwable )
        throw InvalidArgumentException;

    try
    {
        // Get the exception information
        $class   = get_class($e);
        $code    = $e->getCode();
        $message = $e->getMessage();
        $file    = $e->getFile();
        $line    = $e->getLine();
        $trace   = $e->getTrace();

        /**
         * HTTP_Exceptions are constructed in the HTTP_Exception::factory()
         * method. We need to remove that entry from the trace and overwrite
         * the variables from above.
         */
        if ($e instanceof HTTP_Exception AND $trace[0]['function'] == 'factory')
        {
            extract(array_shift($trace));
        }


        if ($e instanceof ErrorException)
        {
            /**
             * If XDebug is installed, and this is a fatal error,
             * use XDebug to generate the stack trace
             */
            if (function_exists('xdebug_get_function_stack') AND $code == E_ERROR)
            {
                $trace = array_slice(array_reverse(xdebug_get_function_stack()), 4);

                foreach ($trace as & $frame)
                {
                    /**
                     * XDebug pre 2.1.1 doesn't currently set the call type key
                     * http://bugs.xdebug.org/view.php?id=695
                     */
                    if ( ! isset($frame['type']))
                    {
                        $frame['type'] = '??';
                    }

                    // Xdebug returns the words 'dynamic' and 'static' instead of using '->' and '::' symbols
                    if ('dynamic' === $frame['type'])
                    {
                        $frame['type'] = '->';
                    }
                    elseif ('static' === $frame['type'])
                    {
                        $frame['type'] = '::';
                    }

                    // XDebug also has a different name for the parameters array
                    if (isset($frame['params']) AND ! isset($frame['args']))
                    {
                        $frame['args'] = $frame['params'];
                    }
                }
            }

            if (isset(Kohana_Exception::$php_errors[$code]))
            {
                // Use the human-readable error name
                $code = Kohana_Exception::$php_errors[$code];
            }
        }

        /**
         * The stack trace becomes unmanageable inside PHPUnit.
         *
         * The error view ends up several GB in size, taking
         * serveral minutes to render.
         */
        if (
            defined('PHPUnit_MAIN_METHOD')
            OR
            defined('PHPUNIT_COMPOSER_INSTALL')
            OR
            defined('__PHPUNIT_PHAR__')
        )
        {
            $trace = array_slice($trace, 0, 2);
        }

        // Instantiate the error view.
        $view = View::factory(Kohana_Exception::$error_view, get_defined_vars());

        // Prepare the response object.
        $response = Response::factory();

        // Set the response status
        $response->status(($e instanceof HTTP_Exception) ? $e->getCode() : 500);

        // Set the response headers
        $response->headers('Content-Type', Kohana_Exception::$error_view_content_type.'; charset='.Kohana::$charset);

        // Set the response body
        $response->body($view->render());
    }
    catch (Exception $e)
    {
        /**
         * Things are going badly for us, Lets try to keep things under control by
         * generating a simpler response object.
         */
        $response = Response::factory();
        $response->status(500);
        $response->headers('Content-Type', 'text/plain');
        $response->body(Kohana_Exception::text($e));
    }

    return $response;
}

public static text( Exception $e ) (defined in Kohana_Kohana_Exception)

Get a single line of text representing the exception:

Error [ Code ]: Message ~ File [ Line ]

Parameters

  • Exception $e required - $e

Return Values

  • string

Source Code

public static function text($e)
{
    if ( ! $e instanceof Exception AND ! $e instanceof Throwable )
        throw InvalidArgumentException;

    return sprintf('%s [ %s ]: %s ~ %s [ %d ]',
        get_class($e), $e->getCode(), strip_tags($e->getMessage()), Debug::path($e->getFile()), $e->getLine());
}

public __wakeup( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getCode( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getFile( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getLine( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getMessage( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getPrevious( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getTrace( ) (defined in Exception)

final public getTraceAsString( ) (defined in Exception)

final private __clone( ) (defined in Exception)