An integration bundle for the bugsnag-php module into the Symfony2 framework.

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1.0.1 2013-10-21 12:32 UTC


Important: This bundle is not maintained anymore, since we don't use it ourselfs anymore. You probably shouldn't use this in a new project!

An integration bundle for the bugsnag-php module into the Symfony2 framework.

Installation Instructions

Step 1: Download the BugsnagBundle using composer

The best way to install the bundle is by using Composer. Execute the following command:

composer require wrep/bugsnag-php-symfony

Step 2: Include the bundle in your AppKernel


public function registerBundles()
    $bundles = array(
        // System Bundles
        new Wrep\Bundle\BugsnagBundle\BugsnagBundle(),

Step 3: Configuration


    api_key: your_api_key
    notify_stages: [ production ]

The notify_stages setting is optional. Default value is production.

Step 4 (optional): Reporting errors from custom commands

By default, this bundle does not handle errors and exceptions that are raised from custom commands. You need to update the app/console file and make sure to call the commands using --env=prod.

Altering the console file


#!/usr/bin/env php

// if you don't want to setup permissions the proper way, just uncomment the following PHP line
// read http://symfony.com/doc/current/book/installation.html#configuration-and-setup for more information


require_once __DIR__.'/bootstrap.php.cache';
require_once __DIR__.'/AppKernel.php';

use Wrep\Bundle\BugsnagBundle\Console\BugsnagConsoleApplication;
use Symfony\Component\Console\Input\ArgvInput;
use Symfony\Component\Debug\Debug;

$input = new ArgvInput();
$env = $input->getParameterOption(array('--env', '-e'), getenv('SYMFONY_ENV') ?: 'dev');
$debug = getenv('SYMFONY_DEBUG') !== '0' && !$input->hasParameterOption(array('--no-debug', '')) && $env !== 'prod';

if ($debug) {

$kernel = new AppKernel($env, $debug);
$application = new BugsnagConsoleApplication($kernel);
Make sure you use --env=prod when calling commands

Do make sure you are using --env=prod when executing commands on your server. Symfony executes commands in dev mode by default, and by default we skip errors and exceptions in debug mode.

php app/console bundle:generate:something --env=prod


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



See also the list of contributors.

Reporting an issue or a feature request

Issues and feature requests are tracked in the Github issue tracker. You're very welcome to submit issues or submit a pull request!