Jira issue originally created by user mnapoli:
In a YAML configuration file
Behavior correct for this:
However, if I add a space in the "columns" list:
columns: column1, column2
I end up with the following exception:
exception 'Doctrine\DBAL\Schema\SchemaException' with message 'There is no column with name ' column2' on table 'myTable'.
This can be very confusing, especially if (by any chance) you have a line return just on the space in the command line: you never see the space in the exception message.
It seems that YAML allows spaces in lists (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YAML#Lists), but this line doesn't seem to be a YAML list. If it is parsed by Doctrine (split on ","), spaces should be ignored (or trimmed).
Comment created by mnapoli:
Note that using the correct YAML format works:
columns: [column1, column2]
So it's confusing to have 2 possibilities to write the same thing, and that they don't behave the same.
Comment created by @FabioBatSilva:
Fixed by : 814f2f9
Issue was closed with resolution "Fixed"