I'm sure I've seen something about this before, but I can't find it:
I'm creating a file which needs to live for the duration of a session, and ONLY
the duration of the session.
I made a little call which holds the name of the file like this:
public function __construct()
$this->file = '/tmp/'.session_id().'.xml';
public function __get($name)
if ($name=='file') return $this->file;
public function __destruct()
So I create an instance of this object and I put a reference to the object in
$_SESSION['TFR'] = new __TFR();
I was then expecting TFR::__destruct() to only be called when the session was
closed, with either a timeout, or a session_destroy() call.
But it looks like the object destructor is called at the end of every page.
Any ideas about working around that?
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