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<?php
/*
* This file is part of the Symfony package.
*
* (c) Fabien Potencier <fabien@symfony.com>
*
* For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
* file that was distributed with this source code.
*/
namespace Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\AccessException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\InvalidArgumentException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\InvalidOptionsException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\MissingOptionsException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\NoSuchOptionException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\OptionDefinitionException;
use Symfony\Component\OptionsResolver\Exception\UndefinedOptionsException;
/**
* Validates options and merges them with default values.
*
* @author Bernhard Schussek <bschussek@gmail.com>
* @author Tobias Schultze <http://tobion.de>
*/
class OptionsResolver implements Options
{
/**
* The names of all defined options.
*/
private $defined = [];
/**
* The default option values.
*/
private $defaults = [];
/**
* A list of closure for nested options.
*
* @var \Closure[][]
*/
private $nested = [];
/**
* The names of required options.
*/
private $required = [];
/**
* The resolved option values.
*/
private $resolved = [];
/**
* A list of normalizer closures.
*
* @var \Closure[][]
*/
private $normalizers = [];
/**
* A list of accepted values for each option.
*/
private $allowedValues = [];
/**
* A list of accepted types for each option.
*/
private $allowedTypes = [];
/**
* A list of closures for evaluating lazy options.
*/
private $lazy = [];
/**
* A list of lazy options whose closure is currently being called.
*
* This list helps detecting circular dependencies between lazy options.
*/
private $calling = [];
/**
* A list of deprecated options.
*/
private $deprecated = [];
/**
* The list of options provided by the user.
*/
private $given = [];
/**
* Whether the instance is locked for reading.
*
* Once locked, the options cannot be changed anymore. This is
* necessary in order to avoid inconsistencies during the resolving
* process. If any option is changed after being read, all evaluated
* lazy options that depend on this option would become invalid.
*/
private $locked = false;
private static $typeAliases = [
'boolean' => 'bool',
'integer' => 'int',
'double' => 'float',
];
/**
* Sets the default value of a given option.
*
* If the default value should be set based on other options, you can pass
* a closure with the following signature:
*
* function (Options $options) {
* // ...
* }
*
* The closure will be evaluated when {@link resolve()} is called. The
* closure has access to the resolved values of other options through the
* passed {@link Options} instance:
*
* function (Options $options) {
* if (isset($options['port'])) {
* // ...
* }
* }
*
* If you want to access the previously set default value, add a second
* argument to the closure's signature:
*
* $options->setDefault('name', 'Default Name');
*
* $options->setDefault('name', function (Options $options, $previousValue) {
* // 'Default Name' === $previousValue
* });
*
* This is mostly useful if the configuration of the {@link Options} object
* is spread across different locations of your code, such as base and
* sub-classes.
*
* If you want to define nested options, you can pass a closure with the
* following signature:
*
* $options->setDefault('database', function (OptionsResolver $resolver) {
* $resolver->setDefined(['dbname', 'host', 'port', 'user', 'pass']);
* }
*
* To get access to the parent options, add a second argument to the closure's
* signature:
*
* function (OptionsResolver $resolver, Options $parent) {
* // 'default' === $parent['connection']
* }
*
* @param string $option The name of the option
* @param mixed $value The default value of the option
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setDefault($option, $value)
{
// Setting is not possible once resolving starts, because then lazy
// options could manipulate the state of the object, leading to
// inconsistent results.
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Default values cannot be set from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
// If an option is a closure that should be evaluated lazily, store it
// in the "lazy" property.
if ($value instanceof \Closure) {
$reflClosure = new \ReflectionFunction($value);
$params = $reflClosure->getParameters();
if (isset($params[0]) && null !== ($class = $params[0]->getClass()) && Options::class === $class->name) {
// Initialize the option if no previous value exists
if (!isset($this->defaults[$option])) {
$this->defaults[$option] = null;
}
// Ignore previous lazy options if the closure has no second parameter
if (!isset($this->lazy[$option]) || !isset($params[1])) {
$this->lazy[$option] = [];
}
// Store closure for later evaluation
$this->lazy[$option][] = $value;
$this->defined[$option] = true;
// Make sure the option is processed and is not nested anymore
unset($this->resolved[$option], $this->nested[$option]);
return $this;
}
if (isset($params[0]) && null !== ($class = $params[0]->getClass()) && self::class === $class->name && (!isset($params[1]) || (null !== ($class = $params[1]->getClass()) && Options::class === $class->name))) {
// Store closure for later evaluation
$this->nested[$option][] = $value;
$this->defaults[$option] = [];
$this->defined[$option] = true;
// Make sure the option is processed and is not lazy anymore
unset($this->resolved[$option], $this->lazy[$option]);
return $this;
}
}
// This option is not lazy nor nested anymore
unset($this->lazy[$option], $this->nested[$option]);
// Yet undefined options can be marked as resolved, because we only need
// to resolve options with lazy closures, normalizers or validation
// rules, none of which can exist for undefined options
// If the option was resolved before, update the resolved value
if (!isset($this->defined[$option]) || \array_key_exists($option, $this->resolved)) {
$this->resolved[$option] = $value;
}
$this->defaults[$option] = $value;
$this->defined[$option] = true;
return $this;
}
/**
* Sets a list of default values.
*
* @param array $defaults The default values to set
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setDefaults(array $defaults)
{
foreach ($defaults as $option => $value) {
$this->setDefault($option, $value);
}
return $this;
}
/**
* Returns whether a default value is set for an option.
*
* Returns true if {@link setDefault()} was called for this option.
* An option is also considered set if it was set to null.
*
* @param string $option The option name
*
* @return bool Whether a default value is set
*/
public function hasDefault($option)
{
return \array_key_exists($option, $this->defaults);
}
/**
* Marks one or more options as required.
*
* @param string|string[] $optionNames One or more option names
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setRequired($optionNames)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be made required from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
foreach ((array) $optionNames as $option) {
$this->defined[$option] = true;
$this->required[$option] = true;
}
return $this;
}
/**
* Returns whether an option is required.
*
* An option is required if it was passed to {@link setRequired()}.
*
* @param string $option The name of the option
*
* @return bool Whether the option is required
*/
public function isRequired($option)
{
return isset($this->required[$option]);
}
/**
* Returns the names of all required options.
*
* @return string[] The names of the required options
*
* @see isRequired()
*/
public function getRequiredOptions()
{
return array_keys($this->required);
}
/**
* Returns whether an option is missing a default value.
*
* An option is missing if it was passed to {@link setRequired()}, but not
* to {@link setDefault()}. This option must be passed explicitly to
* {@link resolve()}, otherwise an exception will be thrown.
*
* @param string $option The name of the option
*
* @return bool Whether the option is missing
*/
public function isMissing($option)
{
return isset($this->required[$option]) && !\array_key_exists($option, $this->defaults);
}
/**
* Returns the names of all options missing a default value.
*
* @return string[] The names of the missing options
*
* @see isMissing()
*/
public function getMissingOptions()
{
return array_keys(array_diff_key($this->required, $this->defaults));
}
/**
* Defines a valid option name.
*
* Defines an option name without setting a default value. The option will
* be accepted when passed to {@link resolve()}. When not passed, the
* option will not be included in the resolved options.
*
* @param string|string[] $optionNames One or more option names
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setDefined($optionNames)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be defined from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
foreach ((array) $optionNames as $option) {
$this->defined[$option] = true;
}
return $this;
}
/**
* Returns whether an option is defined.
*
* Returns true for any option passed to {@link setDefault()},
* {@link setRequired()} or {@link setDefined()}.
*
* @param string $option The option name
*
* @return bool Whether the option is defined
*/
public function isDefined($option)
{
return isset($this->defined[$option]);
}
/**
* Returns the names of all defined options.
*
* @return string[] The names of the defined options
*
* @see isDefined()
*/
public function getDefinedOptions()
{
return array_keys($this->defined);
}
public function isNested(string $option): bool
{
return isset($this->nested[$option]);
}
/**
* Deprecates an option, allowed types or values.
*
* Instead of passing the message, you may also pass a closure with the
* following signature:
*
* function (Options $options, $value): string {
* // ...
* }
*
* The closure receives the value as argument and should return a string.
* Return an empty string to ignore the option deprecation.
*
* The closure is invoked when {@link resolve()} is called. The parameter
* passed to the closure is the value of the option after validating it
* and before normalizing it.
*
* @param string|\Closure $deprecationMessage
*/
public function setDeprecated(string $option, $deprecationMessage = 'The option "%name%" is deprecated.'): self
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be deprecated from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist, defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
if (!\is_string($deprecationMessage) && !$deprecationMessage instanceof \Closure) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException(sprintf('Invalid type for deprecation message argument, expected string or \Closure, but got "%s".', \gettype($deprecationMessage)));
}
// ignore if empty string
if ('' === $deprecationMessage) {
return $this;
}
$this->deprecated[$option] = $deprecationMessage;
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
public function isDeprecated(string $option): bool
{
return isset($this->deprecated[$option]);
}
/**
* Sets the normalizer for an option.
*
* The normalizer should be a closure with the following signature:
*
* function (Options $options, $value) {
* // ...
* }
*
* The closure is invoked when {@link resolve()} is called. The closure
* has access to the resolved values of other options through the passed
* {@link Options} instance.
*
* The second parameter passed to the closure is the value of
* the option.
*
* The resolved option value is set to the return value of the closure.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param \Closure $normalizer The normalizer
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setNormalizer($option, \Closure $normalizer)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Normalizers cannot be set from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
$this->normalizers[$option] = [$normalizer];
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Adds a normalizer for an option.
*
* The normalizer should be a closure with the following signature:
*
* function (Options $options, $value): mixed {
* // ...
* }
*
* The closure is invoked when {@link resolve()} is called. The closure
* has access to the resolved values of other options through the passed
* {@link Options} instance.
*
* The second parameter passed to the closure is the value of
* the option.
*
* The resolved option value is set to the return value of the closure.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param \Closure $normalizer The normalizer
* @param bool $forcePrepend If set to true, prepend instead of appending
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function addNormalizer(string $option, \Closure $normalizer, bool $forcePrepend = false): self
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Normalizers cannot be set from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
if ($forcePrepend) {
array_unshift($this->normalizers[$option], $normalizer);
} else {
$this->normalizers[$option][] = $normalizer;
}
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Sets allowed values for an option.
*
* Instead of passing values, you may also pass a closures with the
* following signature:
*
* function ($value) {
* // return true or false
* }
*
* The closure receives the value as argument and should return true to
* accept the value and false to reject the value.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param mixed $allowedValues One or more acceptable values/closures
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setAllowedValues($option, $allowedValues)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Allowed values cannot be set from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
$this->allowedValues[$option] = \is_array($allowedValues) ? $allowedValues : [$allowedValues];
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Adds allowed values for an option.
*
* The values are merged with the allowed values defined previously.
*
* Instead of passing values, you may also pass a closures with the
* following signature:
*
* function ($value) {
* // return true or false
* }
*
* The closure receives the value as argument and should return true to
* accept the value and false to reject the value.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param mixed $allowedValues One or more acceptable values/closures
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function addAllowedValues($option, $allowedValues)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Allowed values cannot be added from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
if (!\is_array($allowedValues)) {
$allowedValues = [$allowedValues];
}
if (!isset($this->allowedValues[$option])) {
$this->allowedValues[$option] = $allowedValues;
} else {
$this->allowedValues[$option] = array_merge($this->allowedValues[$option], $allowedValues);
}
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Sets allowed types for an option.
*
* Any type for which a corresponding is_<type>() function exists is
* acceptable. Additionally, fully-qualified class or interface names may
* be passed.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param string|string[] $allowedTypes One or more accepted types
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function setAllowedTypes($option, $allowedTypes)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Allowed types cannot be set from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
$this->allowedTypes[$option] = (array) $allowedTypes;
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Adds allowed types for an option.
*
* The types are merged with the allowed types defined previously.
*
* Any type for which a corresponding is_<type>() function exists is
* acceptable. Additionally, fully-qualified class or interface names may
* be passed.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param string|string[] $allowedTypes One or more accepted types
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If the option is undefined
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function addAllowedTypes($option, $allowedTypes)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Allowed types cannot be added from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
if (!isset($this->allowedTypes[$option])) {
$this->allowedTypes[$option] = (array) $allowedTypes;
} else {
$this->allowedTypes[$option] = array_merge($this->allowedTypes[$option], (array) $allowedTypes);
}
// Make sure the option is processed
unset($this->resolved[$option]);
return $this;
}
/**
* Removes the option with the given name.
*
* Undefined options are ignored.
*
* @param string|string[] $optionNames One or more option names
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function remove($optionNames)
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be removed from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
foreach ((array) $optionNames as $option) {
unset($this->defined[$option], $this->defaults[$option], $this->required[$option], $this->resolved[$option]);
unset($this->lazy[$option], $this->normalizers[$option], $this->allowedTypes[$option], $this->allowedValues[$option]);
}
return $this;
}
/**
* Removes all options.
*
* @return $this
*
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function clear()
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be cleared from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
$this->defined = [];
$this->defaults = [];
$this->nested = [];
$this->required = [];
$this->resolved = [];
$this->lazy = [];
$this->normalizers = [];
$this->allowedTypes = [];
$this->allowedValues = [];
$this->deprecated = [];
return $this;
}
/**
* Merges options with the default values stored in the container and
* validates them.
*
* Exceptions are thrown if:
*
* - Undefined options are passed;
* - Required options are missing;
* - Options have invalid types;
* - Options have invalid values.
*
* @param array $options A map of option names to values
*
* @return array The merged and validated options
*
* @throws UndefinedOptionsException If an option name is undefined
* @throws InvalidOptionsException If an option doesn't fulfill the
* specified validation rules
* @throws MissingOptionsException If a required option is missing
* @throws OptionDefinitionException If there is a cyclic dependency between
* lazy options and/or normalizers
* @throws NoSuchOptionException If a lazy option reads an unavailable option
* @throws AccessException If called from a lazy option or normalizer
*/
public function resolve(array $options = [])
{
if ($this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Options cannot be resolved from a lazy option or normalizer.');
}
// Allow this method to be called multiple times
$clone = clone $this;
// Make sure that no unknown options are passed
$diff = array_diff_key($options, $clone->defined);
if (\count($diff) > 0) {
ksort($clone->defined);
ksort($diff);
throw new UndefinedOptionsException(sprintf((\count($diff) > 1 ? 'The options "%s" do not exist.' : 'The option "%s" does not exist.').' Defined options are: "%s".', implode('", "', array_keys($diff)), implode('", "', array_keys($clone->defined))));
}
// Override options set by the user
foreach ($options as $option => $value) {
$clone->given[$option] = true;
$clone->defaults[$option] = $value;
unset($clone->resolved[$option], $clone->lazy[$option]);
}
// Check whether any required option is missing
$diff = array_diff_key($clone->required, $clone->defaults);
if (\count($diff) > 0) {
ksort($diff);
throw new MissingOptionsException(sprintf(\count($diff) > 1 ? 'The required options "%s" are missing.' : 'The required option "%s" is missing.', implode('", "', array_keys($diff))));
}
// Lock the container
$clone->locked = true;
// Now process the individual options. Use offsetGet(), which resolves
// the option itself and any options that the option depends on
foreach ($clone->defaults as $option => $_) {
$clone->offsetGet($option);
}
return $clone->resolved;
}
/**
* Returns the resolved value of an option.
*
* @param string $option The option name
* @param bool $triggerDeprecation Whether to trigger the deprecation or not (true by default)
*
* @return mixed The option value
*
* @throws AccessException If accessing this method outside of
* {@link resolve()}
* @throws NoSuchOptionException If the option is not set
* @throws InvalidOptionsException If the option doesn't fulfill the
* specified validation rules
* @throws OptionDefinitionException If there is a cyclic dependency between
* lazy options and/or normalizers
*/
public function offsetGet($option/*, bool $triggerDeprecation = true*/)
{
if (!$this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Array access is only supported within closures of lazy options and normalizers.');
}
$triggerDeprecation = 1 === \func_num_args() || \func_get_arg(1);
// Shortcut for resolved options
if (isset($this->resolved[$option]) || \array_key_exists($option, $this->resolved)) {
if ($triggerDeprecation && isset($this->deprecated[$option]) && (isset($this->given[$option]) || $this->calling) && \is_string($this->deprecated[$option])) {
@trigger_error(strtr($this->deprecated[$option], ['%name%' => $option]), E_USER_DEPRECATED);
}
return $this->resolved[$option];
}
// Check whether the option is set at all
if (!isset($this->defaults[$option]) && !\array_key_exists($option, $this->defaults)) {
if (!isset($this->defined[$option])) {
throw new NoSuchOptionException(sprintf('The option "%s" does not exist. Defined options are: "%s".', $option, implode('", "', array_keys($this->defined))));
}
throw new NoSuchOptionException(sprintf('The optional option "%s" has no value set. You should make sure it is set with "isset" before reading it.', $option));
}
$value = $this->defaults[$option];
// Resolve the option if it is a nested definition
if (isset($this->nested[$option])) {
// If the closure is already being called, we have a cyclic dependency
if (isset($this->calling[$option])) {
throw new OptionDefinitionException(sprintf('The options "%s" have a cyclic dependency.', implode('", "', array_keys($this->calling))));
}
if (!\is_array($value)) {
throw new InvalidOptionsException(sprintf('The nested option "%s" with value %s is expected to be of type array, but is of type "%s".', $option, $this->formatValue($value), $this->formatTypeOf($value)));
}
// The following section must be protected from cyclic calls.
$this->calling[$option] = true;
try {
$resolver = new self();
foreach ($this->nested[$option] as $closure) {
$closure($resolver, $this);
}
$value = $resolver->resolve($value);
} finally {
unset($this->calling[$option]);
}
}
// Resolve the option if the default value is lazily evaluated
if (isset($this->lazy[$option])) {
// If the closure is already being called, we have a cyclic
// dependency
if (isset($this->calling[$option])) {
throw new OptionDefinitionException(sprintf('The options "%s" have a cyclic dependency.', implode('", "', array_keys($this->calling))));
}
// The following section must be protected from cyclic
// calls. Set $calling for the current $option to detect a cyclic
// dependency
// BEGIN
$this->calling[$option] = true;
try {
foreach ($this->lazy[$option] as $closure) {
$value = $closure($this, $value);
}
} finally {
unset($this->calling[$option]);
}
// END
}
// Validate the type of the resolved option
if (isset($this->allowedTypes[$option])) {
$valid = false;
$invalidTypes = [];
foreach ($this->allowedTypes[$option] as $type) {
$type = self::$typeAliases[$type] ?? $type;
if ($valid = $this->verifyTypes($type, $value, $invalidTypes)) {
break;
}
}
if (!$valid) {
$keys = array_keys($invalidTypes);
if (1 === \count($keys) && '[]' === substr($keys[0], -2)) {
throw new InvalidOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" with value %s is expected to be of type "%s", but one of the elements is of type "%s".', $option, $this->formatValue($value), implode('" or "', $this->allowedTypes[$option]), $keys[0]));
}
throw new InvalidOptionsException(sprintf('The option "%s" with value %s is expected to be of type "%s", but is of type "%s".', $option, $this->formatValue($value), implode('" or "', $this->allowedTypes[$option]), implode('|', array_keys($invalidTypes))));
}
}
// Validate the value of the resolved option
if (isset($this->allowedValues[$option])) {
$success = false;
$printableAllowedValues = [];
foreach ($this->allowedValues[$option] as $allowedValue) {
if ($allowedValue instanceof \Closure) {
if ($allowedValue($value)) {
$success = true;
break;
}
// Don't include closures in the exception message
continue;
}
if ($value === $allowedValue) {
$success = true;
break;
}
$printableAllowedValues[] = $allowedValue;
}
if (!$success) {
$message = sprintf(
'The option "%s" with value %s is invalid.',
$option,
$this->formatValue($value)
);
if (\count($printableAllowedValues) > 0) {
$message .= sprintf(
' Accepted values are: %s.',
$this->formatValues($printableAllowedValues)
);
}
throw new InvalidOptionsException($message);
}
}
// Check whether the option is deprecated
// and it is provided by the user or is being called from a lazy evaluation
if ($triggerDeprecation && isset($this->deprecated[$option]) && (isset($this->given[$option]) || ($this->calling && \is_string($this->deprecated[$option])))) {
$deprecationMessage = $this->deprecated[$option];
if ($deprecationMessage instanceof \Closure) {
// If the closure is already being called, we have a cyclic dependency
if (isset($this->calling[$option])) {
throw new OptionDefinitionException(sprintf('The options "%s" have a cyclic dependency.', implode('", "', array_keys($this->calling))));
}
$this->calling[$option] = true;
try {
if (!\is_string($deprecationMessage = $deprecationMessage($this, $value))) {
throw new InvalidOptionsException(sprintf('Invalid type for deprecation message, expected string but got "%s", return an empty string to ignore.', \gettype($deprecationMessage)));
}
} finally {
unset($this->calling[$option]);
}
}
if ('' !== $deprecationMessage) {
@trigger_error(strtr($deprecationMessage, ['%name%' => $option]), E_USER_DEPRECATED);
}
}
// Normalize the validated option
if (isset($this->normalizers[$option])) {
// If the closure is already being called, we have a cyclic
// dependency
if (isset($this->calling[$option])) {
throw new OptionDefinitionException(sprintf('The options "%s" have a cyclic dependency.', implode('", "', array_keys($this->calling))));
}
// The following section must be protected from cyclic
// calls. Set $calling for the current $option to detect a cyclic
// dependency
// BEGIN
$this->calling[$option] = true;
try {
foreach ($this->normalizers[$option] as $normalizer) {
$value = $normalizer($this, $value);
}
} finally {
unset($this->calling[$option]);
}
// END
}
// Mark as resolved
$this->resolved[$option] = $value;
return $value;
}
private function verifyTypes(string $type, $value, array &$invalidTypes, int $level = 0): bool
{
if (\is_array($value) && '[]' === substr($type, -2)) {
$type = substr($type, 0, -2);
foreach ($value as $val) {
if (!$this->verifyTypes($type, $val, $invalidTypes, $level + 1)) {
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
if (('null' === $type && null === $value) || (\function_exists($func = 'is_'.$type) && $func($value)) || $value instanceof $type) {
return true;
}
if (!$invalidTypes) {
$suffix = '';
while (\strlen($suffix) < $level * 2) {
$suffix .= '[]';
}
$invalidTypes[$this->formatTypeOf($value).$suffix] = true;
}
return false;
}
/**
* Returns whether a resolved option with the given name exists.
*
* @param string $option The option name
*
* @return bool Whether the option is set
*
* @throws AccessException If accessing this method outside of {@link resolve()}
*
* @see \ArrayAccess::offsetExists()
*/
public function offsetExists($option)
{
if (!$this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Array access is only supported within closures of lazy options and normalizers.');
}
return \array_key_exists($option, $this->defaults);
}
/**
* Not supported.
*
* @throws AccessException
*/
public function offsetSet($option, $value)
{
throw new AccessException('Setting options via array access is not supported. Use setDefault() instead.');
}
/**
* Not supported.
*
* @throws AccessException
*/
public function offsetUnset($option)
{
throw new AccessException('Removing options via array access is not supported. Use remove() instead.');
}
/**
* Returns the number of set options.
*
* This may be only a subset of the defined options.
*
* @return int Number of options
*
* @throws AccessException If accessing this method outside of {@link resolve()}
*
* @see \Countable::count()
*/
public function count()
{
if (!$this->locked) {
throw new AccessException('Counting is only supported within closures of lazy options and normalizers.');
}
return \count($this->defaults);
}
/**
* Returns a string representation of the type of the value.
*
* @param mixed $value The value to return the type of
*
* @return string The type of the value
*/
private function formatTypeOf($value): string
{
return \is_object($value) ? \get_class($value) : \gettype($value);
}
/**
* Returns a string representation of the value.
*
* This method returns the equivalent PHP tokens for most scalar types
* (i.e. "false" for false, "1" for 1 etc.). Strings are always wrapped
* in double quotes (").
*
* @param mixed $value The value to format as string
*/
private function formatValue($value): string
{
if (\is_object($value)) {
return \get_class($value);
}
if (\is_array($value)) {
return 'array';
}
if (\is_string($value)) {
return '"'.$value.'"';
}
if (\is_resource($value)) {
return 'resource';
}
if (null === $value) {
return 'null';
}
if (false === $value) {
return 'false';
}
if (true === $value) {
return 'true';
}
return (string) $value;
}
/**
* Returns a string representation of a list of values.
*
* Each of the values is converted to a string using
* {@link formatValue()}. The values are then concatenated with commas.
*
* @see formatValue()
*/
private function formatValues(array $values): string
{
foreach ($values as $key => $value) {
$values[$key] = $this->formatValue($value);
}
return implode(', ', $values);
}
}
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