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Container::call() now supports invokable class names #192

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@mnapoli mnapoli commented Sep 27, 2014

Container::call() supports callable objects:

class Foo {
    public function __invoke() {

$container->call(new Foo);

This pull request adds support for providing the class name as string: $container->call('Foo');.

The object will be created using $container->get() before being invoked. For example:


// is the same as

This feature adds consistency for Container::call() with #185 and #173. Now Container::call() can call anything and it's awesome.

I have also included tests for the definition dumpers.

…ntiate it using Container::get()
@mnapoli mnapoli added this to the 4.4 milestone Sep 27, 2014
@mnapoli mnapoli added the enhancement label Sep 27, 2014
@mnapoli mnapoli self-assigned this Sep 27, 2014
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Container::call() now supports invokable class names
@mnapoli mnapoli merged commit b966785 into 4.4 Sep 27, 2014
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