Tag Archives: YML

Changing Symfony Routing Requirements

One of my favorite features of Symfony is the routing sub-system.  It allows for very flexible routing rules.  On a project I have been working on, I have been tweaking the routing requirements in Symfony.  One really nice feature is … Continue reading

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Symfony including extra libraries or classes

I had a need lately to include an external library of php classes in a Symfony project. On option was dumping them into the lib folder, but I didn’t want to do that. At first I tried placing a script … Continue reading

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Making Symfony Routes Available in Tasks

By default symfony puts the routing.yml file in an application’s config folder.  This is nice if you wish to have separate routing for separate apps.  However, if you only have one app, it greatly simplifies things to place this file … Continue reading

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