italystrap/finder

A file finder for PHP the OOP way

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File finder API the OOP way

This is still a WIP repository.

Table Of Contents

Installation

The best way to use this package is through Composer:

composer require italystrap/finder

This package adheres to the SemVer specification and will be fully backward compatible between minor versions.

Basic Usage

Feature: search the first file available inside many directories

Given a list of file name
    And a list of directories to search on
When I search a file
Then the first available file is returned

Basic example

files

    $list_of_file = [
        'file-specialized.php',
        'file.php',
    ];

directories

    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/template', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/template', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

If file-specialized.php exists in one of the given directories it will return the name and full path of the file. my/theme/child/template/file-specialized.php or my/theme/parent/template/file-specialized.php

If the file-specialized.php is not found then will search for file.php and return full path if exists my/theme/child/template/file.php or my/theme/parent/template/file.php

If no file.php is founded it will throw an error message.

real code example

use ItalyStrap\Finder\Finder;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FilesHierarchyIterator;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FileInfoFactory;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FinderFactory;

    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/template', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/template', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

$find = new Finder( new FilesHierarchyIterator( new FileInfoFactory() ) );
//or
$find = ( new FinderFactory() )->make();
$find->in( $dirs );

// Will search for:
// my/theme/child/template/file-specialized.php
// my/theme/child/template/file.php
// my/theme/parent/template/file-specialized.php
// my/theme/parent/template/file.php
/**
 * @var \SplFileInfo $files_found
 */
$file_found = $find->firstFile(['file', 'specialized'], 'php', '-');

Feature: search the asset file with priority

Given a list of file name
    And a list of directories to search on
When I search an asset file
Then the file with highest priority file is returned

Basic example

files

    $min = \defined( 'WP_DEBUG' ) && WP_DEBUG ? '.min' : '';

    $list_of_file = [
        'style' . $min . '.css',
    ];

directories

    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/asset/css', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/asset/css', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

If style exists in one of the given directories it will return the name and full path of the file from the directory with highest priority my/theme/child/asset/css/style.css

If the style.css is not found in the child directory then will search in parent directory and return full path if exists my/theme/parent/asset/css/style.css

If no style.css is founded it will throw an error message.

real code example

use ItalyStrap\Finder\Finder;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FilesHierarchyIterator;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FileInfoFactory;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FinderFactory;

    $min = \defined( 'WP_DEBUG' ) && WP_DEBUG ? '.min' : '';
    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/asset/css', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/asset/css', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

$find = new Finder( new FilesHierarchyIterator( new FileInfoFactory() ) );
//or
$find = ( new FinderFactory() )->make();
$find->in( $dirs );

// Will search for:
// my/theme/child/asset/css/style.min.css
// my/theme/child/asset/css/style.css
// my/theme/parent/asset/css/style.min.css
// my/theme/parent/asset/css/style.css
/**
 * @var \SplFileInfo $files_found
 */
$file_found = $find->firstFile(['style', $min], 'css', '.');

Feature: search the config files

Given a name of a config file
    And a list of directories to search on
When I search the config files
Then The list of all file with the same name founded are returned sorted

Basic example

files

    $list_of_file = [
        'config.php',
    ];

directories

    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/config', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/config', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

If config.php exists in one or all of the given directories it will return the name and full path of the files from the directory my/theme/child/config/config.php my/theme/parent/config/config.php

If no config.php is founded it will throw an error message.

real code example

use ItalyStrap\Finder\Finder;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FilesHierarchyIterator;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FileInfoFactory;
use ItalyStrap\Finder\FinderFactory;

    $dirs = [
        'my/theme/child/config', // First dir to search the file
        'my/theme/parent/config', // Second dir to search the file
    ];

$find = new Finder( new FilesHierarchyIterator( new FileInfoFactory() ) );
//or
$find = ( new FinderFactory() )->make();
$find->in( $dirs );

// Will search for:
// my/theme/child/config/config.php
// my/theme/parent/config/config.php
/**
 * @var array<\SplFileInfo> $files_found
 */
$files_found = $find->allFiles(['config'], 'php', '-');

Advanced Usage

Contributing

All feedback / bug reports / pull requests are welcome.

License

Copyright (c) 2019 Enea Overclokk, ItalyStrap

This code is licensed under the MIT.

Credits