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matthiasmullie Allow specifying root directory to start comparing from
This library was originally built mostly for web purposes,
where an absolute path would usually be the server's root
directory (e.g. /var/www).
There's some assumptions built in that have their basis
there, like how it'll append the paths to the current
working directory.
That makes it hard to use this library for cli based
transformations, though, where the root would usually be
'/'  instead of cwd...
There's now an optional 3rd argument that can be passed to
the constructor to inform it the root is something else
(e.g. '/')
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Path converter

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Usage

use MatthiasMullie\PathConverter\Converter;

$from = '/css/imports/icons.css';
$to = '/css/minified.css';

$converter = new Converter($from, $to);
$result = $converter->convert('../../images/icon.jpg');
// $result is now '../images/icon.jpg'

Methods

__construct($from, $to)

The object constructor accepts 2 paths: the source path your file(s) is/are currently relative to, and the target path to convert to.

convert($path): string

$path is the relative file, which is currently relative to $from (in constructor). The return value will be the relative path of this same file, but now relative to $to (in constructor)

Installation

Simply add a dependency on matthiasmullie/path-converter to your composer.json file if you use Composer to manage the dependencies of your project:

composer require matthiasmullie/path-converter

Although it's recommended to use Composer, you can actually include these files anyway you want.

License

PathConverter is MIT licensed.