Used by ciloaderview used by ciloaderfile param array

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* * @used-by CI_Loader::view() * @used-by CI_Loader::file() * @param array $_ci_data Data to load * @return object */ protected function _ci_load($_ci_data) { // Set the default data variables foreach (array('_ci_view', '_ci_vars', '_ci_path', '_ci_return') as $_ci_val) { $$_ci_val = isset($_ci_data[$_ci_val]) ? $_ci_data[$_ci_val] : FALSE; } $file_exists = FALSE; // Set the path to the requested file if (is_string($_ci_path) && $_ci_path !== '') { $_ci_x = explode('/', $_ci_path); $_ci_file = end($_ci_x); } else { $_ci_ext = pathinfo($_ci_view, PATHINFO_EXTENSION); $_ci_file = ($_ci_ext === '') ? $_ci_view.'.php' : $_ci_view; foreach ($this->_ci_view_paths as $_ci_view_file => $cascade)
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{ if (file_exists($_ci_view_file.$_ci_file)) { $_ci_path = $_ci_view_file.$_ci_file; $file_exists = TRUE; break; } if ( ! $cascade) { break; } } } if ( ! $file_exists && ! file_exists($_ci_path)) { show_error('Unable to load the requested file: '.$_ci_file); } // This allows anything loaded using $this->load (views, files, etc.) // to become accessible from within the Controller and Model functions. $_ci_CI =& get_instance(); foreach (get_object_vars($_ci_CI) as $_ci_key => $_ci_var) { if ( ! isset($this->$_ci_key)) { $this->$_ci_key =& $_ci_CI->$_ci_key; } } /* * Extract and cache variables * * You can either set variables using the dedicated $this->load- >vars() * function or via the second parameter of this function. We'll merge * the two types and cache them so that views that are embedded within * other views can have access to these variables. */ if (is_array($_ci_vars)) { $this->_ci_cached_vars = array_merge($this->_ci_cached_vars, $_ci_vars); } extract($this->_ci_cached_vars); /* * Buffer the output * * We buffer the output for two reasons: * 1. Speed. You get a significant speed boost. * 2. So that the final rendered template can be post-processed by * the output class. Why do we need post processing? For one thing, * in order to show the elapsed page load time. Unless we can * intercept the content right before it's sent to the browser and * then stop the timer it won't be accurate. */
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ob_start(); // If the PHP installation does not support short tags we'll // do a little string replacement, changing the short tags // to standard PHP echo statements. if ( ! is_php('5.4') && ! ini_get('short_open_tag') && config_item('rewrite_short_tags') === TRUE && function_usable('eval')) { echo eval('?>'.preg_replace('/;*\s*\?>/', '; ?>', str_replace('<?=', '<?php echo ', file_get_contents($_ci_path)))); } else { include($_ci_path); // include() vs include_once() allows for multiple views with the same name } log_message('info', 'File loaded: '.$_ci_path); // Return the file data if requested if ($_ci_return === TRUE) { $buffer = ob_get_contents(); @ob_end_clean(); return $buffer; } /* * Flush the buffer... or buff the flusher? * * In order to permit views to be nested within * other views, we need to flush the content back out whenever * we are beyond the first level of output buffering so that * it can be seen and included properly by the first included * template and any subsequent ones. Oy! */ if (ob_get_level() > $this->_ci_ob_level + 1) { ob_end_flush(); } else { $_ci_CI->output->append_output(ob_get_contents()); @ob_end_clean(); } return $this; } // -------------------------------------------------------------------- /** * Internal CI Library Loader * * @used-by CI_Loader::library() * @uses CI_Loader::_ci_init_library() * * @param string $class Class name to load * @param mixed $params Optional parameters to pass to the class constructor * @param string $object_name Optional object name to assign to * @return void */ protected function _ci_load_library($class, $params = NULL, $object_name =
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