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Less Composer dependencies: make Ocramius/ProxyManager (lazy injection) optional #198

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mnapoli opened this issue Oct 30, 2014 · 0 comments
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@mnapoli mnapoli commented Oct 30, 2014

The Ocramius/ProxyManager package comes with a lot of dependencies. This package is useful only for lazy injection.

This package will not be installed by default in v5.0 in order to lighten PHP-DI's dependencies.

Before:

  • doctrine/annotations
  • doctrine/cache
  • doctrine/lexer
  • container-interop
  • phpdocreader
  • myclabs/php-enum
  • zendframework/zend-stdlib
  • zendframework/zend-eventmanager
  • zendframework/zend-code
  • ocramius/proxy-manager

After:

  • doctrine/annotations
  • doctrine/cache
  • doctrine/lexer
  • container-interop
  • phpdocreader
  • myclabs/php-enum

In order to use lazy injection, users will have to require ocramius/proxy-manager themselves. This will be reflected in the documentation.

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The adapter catches when the ProxyManager is not installed and throws a meaningful exception
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