mrjgreen/config

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Config component based on laravel's

v2.0.0 2014-11-05 16:56 UTC

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Last update: 2021-04-12 10:14:55 UTC


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##A Simple Config Loader for PHP

Merge a set of php config arrays from files in nested folders (using array_replace_recursive) based on a single environment setting, which matches the folder tree you want to load.

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Installation:

via composer - add the package to the require section in your composer.json file:

"require" : {    
    "mrjgreen/config"   : "v1.*"
}

Example:

config
|
|____ production
|        |
|        |_______ server1
|        |       |___ redis.php
|        |       |___ database.php
|        |
|        |_______ server2
|        |       |___ database.php
|        |
|        |_______ database.php
|
|____ app.php
|____ database.php
|____ redis.php

<?php
// in database.php

return array(
    'config_value' => 'foo',
    'config_value2' => 'bar'
);
<?php
// in production/database.php

return array(
    'config_value' => 'baz',
);
<?php
// in production/server1/database.php

return array(
    'new_config_only_for_server1' => 'boo',
);
$environment = '';

$config = new Config\Repository(new Config\FileLoader(__DIR__ . '/config'), $environment);

var_dump($config['database']);
/*
array(
   'config_value' => 'foo',
   'config_value2' => 'bar'
);
*/

//________________________________________________________________________

$environment = 'production.server1';

$config = new Config\Repository(new Config\FileLoader(__DIR__ . '/config'), $environment);

var_dump($config['database']);
/*
array(
   'config_value' => 'baz',
   'config_value2' => 'bar',
   'new_config_only_for_server1' => 'boo',
);
*/

Dot notation

You can nest arrays in your config file and access them via the dot notation:

<?php
// in database.php

return array(
    'connections' => array(
        'local' => array(
            'host' => 'localhost'
        ),
        'shared' => array(
            'host' => '10.10.10.1'
        ),
        'external' => array(
            'host' => '156.12.102.1'
        )
    )
);


var_dump($config['database.connection.local.host']);

/*
string(9) "localhost"
*/