A task queue that executes tasks in a FIFO order.

This task queue class is used to settle promises asynchronously and maintains a constant stack size. You can use the task queue asynchronously by calling the run() function of the global task queue in an event loop.

  • final
public __construct(bool $withShutdown = true)
public add(callable $task) : void
public disableShutdown() : void

The task queue will be run and exhausted by default when the process exits IFF the exit is not the result of a PHP E_ERROR error.

You can disable running the automatic shutdown of the queue by calling this function. If you disable the task queue shutdown process, then you MUST either run the task queue (as a result of running your event loop or manually using the run() method) or wait on each outstanding promise.

Note: This shutdown will occur before any destructors are triggered.

public isEmpty() : bool
public run() : void
private $enableShutdown = true
private $queue = []
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