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Upgrade ZF components. Zend_Feed #9240

okorshenko opened this Issue Apr 13, 2017 · 6 comments


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okorshenko commented Apr 13, 2017

Upgrade components from ZF1 to ZF2

As a long term goal, we would like to eliminate knowledge about 3rd party libraries from Magento code base. Magento code still can use 3rd party libraries, but they must be wrapped by Magento interfaces and classes (adapters) so that 3rd party libraries can be easily substituted by newest versions or alternative implementations.

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Magento interfaces are defined and can be used instead of ZF1 classes in Magento code
  2. Default implementations for new interfaces are defined and configured as the preferences for new interfaces
  3. Client code of the ZF1 components is refactored to use Magento interfaces
  4. Zend classes are used as private services in Magento adapters
  5. Backward compatibility is preserved
  6. ZF1 components are updated to ZF2

List of the components

# Component Name
(total usages count)
Module Name Usages Count
1 Zend_Feed (total: 3) Magento\Rss 3

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ldusan84 commented Apr 14, 2017

I would like to take this one for start please.


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peterjaap commented Oct 12, 2017

@okorshenko I'm looking to pick this issue up, but I'm struggling with point 5 of BC. What do you mean with BC in this regard? If we swap out the hardcoded Zend_Feed in app/code/Magento/Rss/Model/Rss.php with an adapter, it'll break BC in some cases.


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korosti2 commented Nov 13, 2017

@okorshenko Thank you for report
Please use the issue reporting guidelines to report an issue. Please, edit issue description and include the preconditions, the steps required to reproduce, the actual result, and the expected result.


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ldusan84 commented Nov 13, 2017

@okobchenko @korosti2 @peterjaap I find it very hard to understand what's happening here, as the pull request is waiting: #9347


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magento-engcom-team commented Dec 11, 2017

Closing the issue. See PR details here: #9347

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