WOOF_Wrap

An abstract base class for most of the other classes in the API, providing common behaviours such as property and method overloading via PHP’s magic methods.

List of Methods

Properties

  • get( String $name )Mixed

    Gets a “property” with the given name, by looking for the following things (in this order – as soon as one of these conditions returns something, it is returned and the search stops):a mixin method with the given name, made available by WOOF::mixinchecks if the current object derived from this class implements a get_delegate method.

Utility

  • debug( Arguments $args = array() )String

    A very useful base method for all objects, to output a more usable dump of the data inside an API object.

Multi-Site

  • site()MEOW_Site

    Returns a MEOW_Site object representing the site that this object is attached to in a single or multi-site environment.Note: in the case of a single-site, this method will simply return an object representing the site, making it largely superfluous.

  • debug( Arguments $args = array() )String

    A very useful base method for all objects, to output a more usable dump of the data inside an API object.

  • get( String $name )Mixed

    Gets a “property” with the given name, by looking for the following things (in this order – as soon as one of these conditions returns something, it is returned and the search stops):a mixin method with the given name, made available by WOOF::mixinchecks if the current object derived from this class implements a get_delegate method.

  • site()MEOW_Site

    Returns a MEOW_Site object representing the site that this object is attached to in a single or multi-site environment.Note: in the case of a single-site, this method will simply return an object representing the site, making it largely superfluous.

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