tvision/rackspace-cloud-files-bundle

Provides rackspace cloud files support for #Symfony2 Bundles

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v3.0.0 2013-11-13 17:09 UTC

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Rackspace Cloud Files bundle is a simple and easy way to use the RackspaceCloudFilesStreamWrapper library with Symfony2 applications,

but it has also some facilities for handle the static file with the rackspace cloud files.

This Bundle borns as fork of the escapestudios/EscapeRackspaceCloudFilesBundle, now these two bundles are very different.

see the blog post for more detail

http://www.welcometothebundle.com/symfony2-assets-on-rackspace-cloud-files/

Installation (old school)

see the blog post for more detail

deps:

[php-opencloud]
    git=git://github.com/rackspace/php-opencloud.git
    target=/rackspace/php-opencloud

[RackspaceCloudFilesBundle]
    git=https://github.com/tvision/RackspaceCloudFilesBundle.git
    target=/bundles/Tvision/RackspaceCloudFilesBundle

[RackspaceCloudFilesStreamWrapper]
    git=https://github.com/tvision/RackspaceCloudFilesStreamWrapper.git
    target=tvision-rackspace-cloud-files-streamwrapper

app/autoload.php

$loader->registerNamespaces(array(
    //other namespaces
    'Tvision\\RackspaceCloudFilesStreamWrapper' =>  __DIR__.'/../vendor/tvision-rackspace-cloud-files-streamwrapper/src',
    'Tvision\\RackspaceCloudFilesBundle'        =>  __DIR__.'/../vendor/bundles',
  ));

app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
    return array(
        //other bundles
        new Tvision\RackspaceCloudFilesBundle\TvisionRackspaceCloudFilesBundle(),
    );
    ...

Installation Composer

  • 1 First, add the dependent bundle to the vendor/bundles directory. Add the following lines to the composer.json file
    "require": {
    // ..
    "tvision/rackspace-cloud-files-bundle": "~3.0",
    // ..
    }
  • 2 Then run composer install

  • 3 Then add in your app/AppKernel

 class AppKernel extends Kernel
 {
     public function registerBundles()
     {
         $bundles = array(
         // ...
            new Tvision\RackspaceCloudFilesBundle\TvisionRackspaceCloudFilesBundle(),
         // ...

Configuration

app/config/config.yml

#  Rackspace Cloud Files configuration

tvision_rackspace_cloud_files:
    stream_wrapper:
        register: true  # do you want to register stream wrapper?
        protocol_name: rscf
    auth:
        username: YOUR-USERNAME
        api_key: YOUR-API-KEY
        host: https://lon.identity.api.rackspacecloud.com/v2.0 # or https://identity.api.rackspacecloud.com/v2.0 (usa)
        container_name: YOUR-CONTAINER-NAME
        region: LON 

Service(s)

Get the Rackspace service to work with:

$auth = $this->get('tvision_rackspace_cloud_files.service')

Usage example without assetic

$conn = $this->get('tvision_rackspace_cloud_files.service');
$container = $conn->apiGetContainer('container-name');

or

$container = $this->get('tvision_rackspace_cloud_files.service')->apiGetContainer('container-name');

echo "<pre>";
printf("Container %s has %d object(s) consuming %d bytes\n",
    $container->name, $container->count, $container->bytes);
echo "</pre>";

Usage example with assetic

see

http://www.welcometothebundle.com/symfony2-assets-on-rackspace-cloud-files/

Installing bundles assets (public directory) to cloudfiles with rscf:assets:install special console command

app/console rscf:assets:install rscf://my_container/my/path

This will copy assets just like the assets:install command would but directly to cloudfiles. Note: For those wondering why this command could be needed, note that assetic mainly handles js/css assets, and when not using the cssembed filter, you still need to install images to your cloudfiles container. This command prevent you from having to do that by hand.

Installing application assets (public directory) to cloudfiles with assetic:install special console command

add this into the config.yml

assetic:
    debug: false
    use_controller: false
    write_to: rsfc://%rackspace_container_name%

Type to the console

app/console assetic:dump

Requirements

  • PHP > 5.3.0

  • rackspace/php-opencloud.git

  • tvision/RackspaceCloudFilesStreamWrapper

  • Symfony2

Contribute

Please feel free to use the Git issue tracking to report back any problems or errors. You're encouraged to clone the repository and send pull requests if you'd like to contribute actively in developing the library. than add your name to this file under the contributor section

Contributor

  • thanks for cystbear for the tips

  • the bundle is a reengeneering of the escapestudios/EscapeRackspaceCloudFilesBundle

  1. liuggio

  2. benjamindulau

  3. toretto460

License

This bundle is under the MIT license. See the complete license in the bundle:

Resources/meta/LICENSE