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PHP Shutdown Function Shutdown Helper: Register functions to be called when a script ends

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This is a simple class that register functions to be called when a script ends.

It takes one or more a callback functions and queues them to be called later and the end of the current PHP script.

The class can also add new callback functions in the beginning of the queue, instead of adding at the end.

When the script exits the class traverses the list of registered shutdown callback functions and call them by the order they were stored in the queue.

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Reverse order register_shutdown manager


$ composer install frdl/shutdown-helper


$ShutdownTasks = \frdlweb\Thread\ShutdownTasks::mutex();
	print_r( date('c', time()).' execution microtime >= '.microtime() - $start );
}, microtime());

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