php - Get original unparsed command line as a single string?Get the solution ↓↓↓
Yes-or-no question: is the original unparsed command line as received by the
php exectuable available to the PHP program as a single string in some way? I can fall back to imploding
$argv, but I would very much prefer to have the Real Thing.
The PHP tag on stackoverflow is heavily used, but no previous answers provide what you need and no-one has come forward to say it's possible. I also can't find anything in the manual about it, or anywhere else. What you want is 99.99% likely to be impossible, not least because in 99.99% of cases it simply isn't useful.
I work on various programming languages and none of them can read their exact startup command, they just receive the arguments.
You would be better to amend or replace the script which launches your command so it's able to log the PHP command it runs, and/or it could restart the command whenever it fails.
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