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Enhanced CompilerExtension for Nette Framework

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If you have more complicated project structure with a lot of bundles (DIC extensions), it's very common that you have to setup a lot of things and it may be quite difficult. But not with this extension. All you need is to use Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension instead of default ExtensionsExtension like this (probably in bootstrap.php):

$configurator->defaultExtensions['extensions'] = \Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension::class;

This new extension will take care of configuration files in your bundles. Next if you want to use custom config for extension, just use provideConfig method:

<?php

namespace App\Articles\DI;

class ArticlesExtension extends \Adeira\CompilerExtension
{

  public function provideConfig()
  {
    return __DIR__ . '/config.neon';
  }

  public function beforeCompile()
  {
    $this->setMapping(['Articles' => 'App\Articles\*Module\Presenters\*Presenter']);
  }

}

You don't have to extend Adeira\CompilerExtension but there is useful helper setMapping() (it just setups custom presenter mapping). But provideConfig metod will work with Nette\DI\CompilerExtension descendants as well. And why is this so interesting? Imagine you have this config in your application (added in bootstrap via Nette\DI\Compiler::addConfig):

parameters:
  key1: value1
  key2: value2

services:
  - DefaultService
  named: Tests\Service

extensions:
  ext2: CustomExtension2

ext2:
  ext_key1: ext_value1
  ext_key2: ext_value2

application:
  mapping:
    *: *

And now you'll add another config in your DIC extension using provideConfig method:

parameters:
  key2: overridden
  key3: value3

services:
  - Tests\TestService
  named: Service2

ext2:
  ext_key2: overridden
  ext_key3: ext_value3

latte:
  macros:
    - App\Grid\Latte\Macros

What is the result? Now there are three global parameters:

parameters:
  key1: value1
  key2: overridden
  key3: value3

As you can see your custom DIC extension has priority. Extensions parameters (ext2) behaves exactly the same. What about services? As you can expect there will be three services:

- DefaultService
named: Service2
- Tests\TestService

And here comes the most interesting part. If you have a lot of extensions it's good idea to use custom config files (it's simple and easy to understand). But it may be hard to get extension configuration from neon file. In Nette\DI\CompilerExtension descendant class you could do simply $this->getConfig() to get configuration related to the extension, but there is no equivalent for doing this in neon. This extension adds special syntax for this case. From the previous examples there are three options related to the ext2 extension:

ext2:
  ext_key1: ext_value1
  ext_key2: overridden
  ext_key3: ext_value3

To get second parameter into service use this:

services:
  - Tests\TestService(%%ext_key2%%)

Remember that this is possible only if you are using custom config added by provideConfig method. It will not work in configs added in bootstrap file (via Nette\DI\Compiler::addConfig). This is because only under extension it's possible to get key from the right extension section (ext2.ext_key2 in this case).

Experimental features

These features are not enabled by default now (but may be enabled by default in the future). To enable experimental features now you have to register this extension differently:

 $configurator->defaultExtensions['extensions'] = [\Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension::class, [TRUE]]; // Become superhero!

At this moment there is so called GroupedNeonAdapter. It allows you to write service definitions in NEON with grouped syntax. Before:

graphql:
  types:
  - Adeira\Connector\Devices\Infrastructure\Delivery\API\GraphQL\Type\WeatherStationRecordType
  - Adeira\Connector\Devices\Infrastructure\Delivery\API\GraphQL\Type\WeatherStationsConnectionType
  - Adeira\Connector\Devices\Infrastructure\Delivery\API\GraphQL\Type\WeatherStationsEdgeType
  - Adeira\Connector\Devices\Infrastructure\Delivery\API\GraphQL\Type\WeatherStationType

After:

graphql:
  types:
    - Adeira\Connector\Devices\Infrastructure\Delivery\API\GraphQL\Type\( # namespace must end with backslash
      WeatherStationRecordType
      WeatherStationsConnectionType
      WeatherStationsEdgeType
      WeatherStationType
    )

This feature is optional and works only in NEON files provided via provideConfig method. All classes must be registered anonymously. If it's not possible just don't use this feature.

  • v2.1.0

    Added GroupedNeonAdapter. Read more about this feature in README.

    This is experimental feature. If you want to enable experimental features you have to register this extension differently:

    $configurator->defaultExtensions['extensions'] = [\Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension::class, [TRUE]]; // Become superhero!
  • v2.0.0

    Please read README.md - there is big BC break. You basically have to use Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension instead of default ExtensionsExtension like this (bootstrap.php):

    $configurator->defaultExtensions['extensions'] = \Adeira\ConfigurableExtensionsExtension::class;

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