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README.md

zf-composer-autoloading

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Introduction

The zf-composer-autoloading package provides a single vendor binary, zf-composer-autoloading, which provides following commands:

  • enable - add the named module to the project autoloading rules defined in composer.json, and
  • disable - remove autoloading rules for the module from composer.json

Both commands also dump the autoloading rules on completion.

Upgrading

If you were using the v1 series of this component, the script previously exposed was autoload-module-via-composer. That script is now renamed to zf-composer-autoloading.

Installation

Run the following composer command:

$ composer require --dev "zfcampus/zf-composer-autoloading"

Note the --dev flag; this tool is intended for use in development only.

Usage

$ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading \
> enable|disable \
> [help|--help|-h] \
> [--composer|-c <composer path>] \
> [--type|-t <psr0|psr4>] \
> [--modules-path|-p <path>] \
> modulename

Commands

  • enable - enables composer-based autoloading for the module.
  • disable - disables composer-based autoloading for the module.

Arguments

  • help, --help, and -h each display the script's help message.
  • --composer and -c each allow you to specify the path to the Composer binary, if it is not in your $PATH.
  • --type and -t allow you to specify the autoloading type, which should be one of psr-0 or psr-4; if not provided, the script will attempt to auto-determine the value based on the directory structure of the module.
  • --modules-path and -p allow you to specify the path to the modules directory; default to module.
  • modulename is the name of the module for which to setup Composer-based autoloading.

Notes

  • Modules are assumed to have a src/ directory. If they do not, the autoloading generated will be incorrect.
  • If unable to determine the autoloading type, PSR-0 will be assumed.
  • On enabling autoloading, if the Module class file for the module is in the module root, it will be moved to the module's src/ directory (zend-mvc applications only).

Examples

  1. Autodetect a module's autoloading type, and generate a Composer autoloading entry for "Status" module.

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading enable Status
  2. Autodetect a module's autoloading type, and remove a Composer autoloading entry for "Status" module.

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading disable Status
  3. Specify PSR-0 for the module type, and generate a Composer autoloading entry for "Status" module.

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading enable --type psr0 Status
  4. Specify PSR-4 for the module type, and generate a Composer autoloading entry for "Status" module.

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading enable --type psr4 Status
  5. Specify the path to the composer binary when generating autoloading entry for "Status" module:

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading enable -c composer.phar Status
  6. Specify the path to modules directory, and generate a Composer autoloading entry for "Status" module.

    $ ./vendor/bin/zf-composer-autoloading enable -p src Status