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Bundle which facilitates document resource location

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Due to lack of interest, we had to decide to discontinue this repository. The CMF project focusses on the Routing component and RoutingBundle, which are still in active use by other projects.

This repository will no longer be upgraded and marked as abandoned, but will be kept available for legacy projects or if somebody wants to experiment with the CMF.

You can contact us in the #symfony_cmf channel of the Symfony devs slack.

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This package is part of the Symfony Content Management Framework (CMF) and licensed under the MIT License.

This bundle provides object resource location services based on Puli.


  • Static document path mapping: Map the path /routes to /cms/routes
  • Dynamic document resolution: Map the path /routes to /cms/<current site>/routes.
  • Access documents at a static location: Map /role/menu/main to /cms/menus/main-menu.

The first example could use the existing CMF base route configuration to resolve paths.

The benefit of the above two examples would be most strongly felt in association with another component which would provide a context for the document resource resolution.

For example, a Site which is matched against the incoming hostname would provide the context with which to resolve the documents.


  • PHP 7.1 / 7.2
  • Symfony 2.8 / 3.3 / 3.4 / 4.0
  • See also the require section of composer.json


For the install guide and reference, see:

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For general support and questions, please use StackOverflow.


Pull requests are welcome. Please see our CONTRIBUTING guide.

Unit and/or functional tests exist for this package. See the Testing documentation for a guide to running the tests.

Thanks to everyone who has contributed already.


This package is available under the MIT license.