orisai/clock

Provides current time for runtime and controllable time for testing

1.1.1 2022-12-09 15:58 UTC

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Last update: 2023-01-09 18:33:42 UTC


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Provider of current time for runtime and controllable time for testing

PSR-20 compatible

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use Orisai\Clock\Clock;
use function Orisai\Clock\now;

class ExampleService
{

	private Clock $clock;

	public function __construct(Clock $clock)
	{
		$this->clock = $clock;
	}

	public function doSomething(): void
	{
		$currentTime = $this->clock->now();
		// Or
		$currentTime = now();
	}

}