fkupper/psalm-laravel-collections

Stubs to let Psalm understand Laravel Collections better

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Type:psalm-plugin

v6.0.0 2020-08-12 16:38 UTC

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Last update: 2021-03-23 08:49:14 UTC


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A Laravel's \Illuminate\Support\Collection plugin for Psalm (requires Psalm v3) to help you find errors in some cases where you use collections.

Installation:

$ composer require --dev fkupper/psalm-laravel-collections
$ vendor/bin/psalm-plugin enable fkupper/psalm-laravel-collections

Examples

Accessing array with wrong key type

/** @var Collection<string,string> */
$c = new Collection(['a' => 'A', 'b' => 'B', 'c' => 'C']);
$items = $c->all();
$items[1];

Adding an item of invalid type

/** @var Collection<int,string> */
$c = new Collection(["a", "b", "c"]);
// items type is deinfed as string, cannot add int
$c->add(1);

Asserting collection item value type

/**
 * @param Collection<string,\Exception>
 */
function(Collection $coll): void {
    $exception = $coll->first();
    // psalm will report this typo
    $exception->getMassage();
}

/**
 * @param Collection<int,string>
 */
function(Collection $coll): int {
    $value = $coll->first();
    // psalm will remind you forgot to cast that $value to int
    return $value + 1;
}

Better assertion of helper methods, like Collection::filter

/**
 * This function is using wrong types in the filter Closure params.
 * @param Collection<int,string>
 */
function(Collection $coll): void {
    $filteredValues = $coll->filter(
        // psalm will tell you that the Closure params are wrong
        function (bool $value, float $key): bool {
            return true;
        }
    )
}

/**
 * @param Collection<int,string>
 */
function(Collection $coll): void {
    $filteredValues = $coll->filter(
        function (int $value, string $key): bool {
            return true;
        }
    )
    // psalm understands that the result of the filter call
    // is a collection of same type as it was before, so the value
    // type is still string, therefore array cannot be added
    $filteredValues->add(['something']);
}

Work In Progress

This is a work in progress project, therefore not all Collection methods have had their templates extended, or tested.

Please report any issues you may find, and even beetter, make a pull request with a fix!