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File: includes/siteload.php
Role: Auxiliary script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Auxiliary script
Class: PHP Site Class
Create database driven Web sites
Author: By
Last change: Another fix to siteload.php. From a cron we start at the home dir. So SCRIPT_FILENAME is an absolute path and that is what we want.
If we are in /home/barton/www or /var/www/ the SCRIPT_FILENAME is not an absolute path.
Maybe this is the last fix?
Added logic to handle CLI programs. This is a bit of a kluge but it seems to work. See the comments.
Date: 3 months ago
Size: 3,476 bytes


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// This is the site loader for Composer based sites using mysitemap.json
// We first get the vendor/autoload.php
// and then we get the DOCUMENT_ROOT and PHP_SELF
// we combine DOCUMENT_ROOT and the dirname(PHP_SELF) and '/mysitemap.json'
// and return the mysitemap.json file for the site.

// We are in 'vendor/bartonlp/site-class/includes' so we want to go back three directories to load
// autoload.php

require_once(__DIR__ ."/../../../autoload.php");

// Now check to see if we have a DOCUMENT_ROOT or VIRTUALHOST_DOCUMENT_ROOT.
// If we DON't we will use PWD which should be and if SCRIPT_FILENAME is not dot (.)
// then we add it to PWD.
// This is for CLI files. For regular PHP via apache we just use the ROOT.

// This is a CLI program

  // Is SCRIPT_FILENAME an absolute path?
if(strpos($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME'], "/") == 0) {
// First character is a / so absoulte path
$mydir = dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']);
  } else {
// SCRIPT_FILENAME is NOT an absolute path
    // Use PWD and then look at SCRIPT_FILENAME
$mydir = $_SERVER['PWD'];
// If SCRIPT_FILENAME start with a dot (.) then we are in the target dir so do nothing.
    // Else we use the dirname() and append it to mydir.
if(($x = dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME'])) != '.') {
$mydir .= "/$x";
} else {
// Normal apache program
  // The SCRIPT_FILENAME is always an absolute path
$mydir = dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']);


$_site = json_decode(findsitemap($mydir));

$_site) {
  echo <<<EOF
<h1>NO 'mysitemap.json' Found</h1>
<p>To run
{$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']} you must have a 'mysitemap.json' somewhere within the Document Root.</p>
error_log("ERROR: siteload.php. No 'mysitemap.json' found in " . getcwd() . " for file {$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']}");

// Function to search for the mysitemap.json
// We pass the $mydir to the function. This is from 'SCRIPT_FILENAME' which has the absolute path
// to the target with the full DOCUMENT_ROOT plus the directory path from the docroot to the
// target.
// For example DOCUMENT_ROOT + /path/target
// So we take this and if we do not find the files at first we do a $mysite = dirname($mysite) and
// then do a chdir($mysite); This may not be DOCUMENT_ROOT + ... but may the REAL path. For Example
// if we did a symlink to DOCUMENT_ROOT + 'weewx/index.php' and the symlink were
// /extra/weewx then if we did a chdir('..') we would get to /extra which is wrong.
// What we want is /var/www/weewx to /var/wwww.

function findsitemap($mydir) {

file_exists($mydir . "/mysitemap.json")) {
file_get_contents($mydir . "/mysitemap.json");
  } else {
// If we didn't find the mysitemap.json then have we reached to docroot? Or have we reached the
    // root. We should actually never reach the root.

if($docroot == $mydir || '/' == $mydir) {

// We are not at the root so do $mydir = dirname($mydir). For example if $mydir is
    // '/var/www/weewx' it becomes '/var/www'
    //echo "mydir: $mydir\n";
$mydir = dirname($mydir);
//chdir($mydir); // This will change the dir to something under the docroot
    // Recurse
return findsitemap($mydir);