spatie/better-types

Improved abstraction for dealing with union and named types.

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0.1.0 2021-10-06 07:59 UTC

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Check whether a reflection type or method accepts a given input

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Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require spatie/better-types

Usage

Using the Type class directly:

function (FooInterface $foo) {}

$reflectionType = …

$type = new Type($reflectionType);

$type->accepts(new Foo()); // true
$type->accepts('invalid string'); // false

Using the Method class:

function (?FooInterface $foo, ?BarInterface $bar) {}

$reflectionMethod = …

$method = new Method($reflectionMethod);

$method->accepts(new Foo(), new Bar()); // true
$method->accepts(bar: new Bar() foo: new Foo()); // true
$method->accepts(null, new Bar()); // true
$method->accepts(null, null); // true

$method->accepts('string', 1); // false
$method->accepts(new Foo()); // false, you can't omit values

Using Handlers to determine which methods accept a given set of input:

class Foo
{
    public function acceptsString(string $a) {}
    
    public function acceptsStringToo(string $a) {}
    
    public function acceptsInt(int $a) {}
}

$reflectionClass = …

$handlers = new Handlers($reflectionClass);

$handlers->accepts('string')->all(); // ['acceptsString', 'acceptsStringToo']
$handlers->accepts(1)->first(); // 'acceptsInt'

Using the Attributes class to find and instantiate attributes with a fluent API:

Attributes::new(AttributesTestClass::class)
    ->instanceOf(AttributesTestAttribute::class)
    ->first();

Testing

composer test

Changelog

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Contributing

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License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.