Assert that your bundle integration with symfony is still working.

v3.0.0 2020-01-31 10:29 UTC

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Last update: 2024-06-29 03:52:25 UTC


SYMFONY Integration Checker


$ composer require pedrotroller/symfony-integration-checker --dev


You just have to create a .symfony_checker. This script should return a callback. This callback will have an instance of PedroTroller\Symfony\IntegrationChecker\ConfigurableKernel as parameter.

use PedroTroller\Symfony\IntegrationChecker\ConfigurableKernel;

return function (ConfigurableKernel $kernel) {
    // Your configuration

Launch the checker

$ ./bin/symfony-integration-checker check

Available kernel customization

$kernel->addBundle(BundleInterface $bundle): you can dynamically inject bundles into your kernel.

$kernel->setConfig(array $config): inject a configuration.

$kernel->setContainerBuilder(ContainerBuilder $container): inject your own container.

$kernel->afterBoot(callable $callable): inject a callable. This callable will be executed after the kernel boot.



use PedroTroller\Symfony\IntegrationChecker\ConfigurableKernel;
use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\FrameworkBundle;
use Symfony\Component\DependencyInjection\ContainerBuilder;
use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\KernelInterface;
use Symfony\Component\Translation\TranslatorInterface;

$config = array(
    'framework' => array(
        'translator' => array(
            'enabled' => true,

$test = function (KernelInterface $kernel) {
    if (false === $kernel->getContainer()->get('translator') instanceof TranslatorInterface) {
        throw new \Exception('Oups, there is a problem !');

return function (ConfigurableKernel $kernel) use ($config, $test) {
    $container = new ContainerBuilder();
    $container->setParameter('kernel.secret', md5(time()));

        ->addBundle(new FrameworkBundle())