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Michael Kimsal:
Is your code portable to subfolders?
September 02, 2014 @ 09:12:53

In a quick new post to his site Michael Kimsal asks an interesting question that some PHP developers don't think about in the course of their development: "Is your code portable to subfolders?.

Have been dealing with a couple of PHP projects recently which have been a far bigger pain in the backside than I anticipated, and both had some of the same stumbling blocks. In both cases, and in other projects I've seen, there's a huge assumption that the code will be run from the root of a domain, and all url and routing management have this assumption baked in to everything they touch. What's the answer?

Some projects just suggest making a new virtual host in the web server configuration and moving on, but this isn't always a real possibility for some projects. In some recent experience, he's found several of the major PHP frameworks assume this kind of setup. He mentions a Java framework, Spring, that allows for this kind of redirect and wonders why it's not that easy in something like Slim.

Maybe try grabbing your own code sometime and reinstalling it in a 'non-traditional' way, and see how many assumptions you've baked in are really necessary, vs just using defaults.
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Link: http://michaelkimsal.com/blog/is-your-code-portable-to-subfolders/

Anna Filina's Blog:
Symfony - subfolders for partials
February 21, 2011 @ 11:14:32

Anna Filina has a new post to her site today about using subfolders for partials in Symfony applications and keeping them organized.

Symfony 1.2 - 1.4 expects all partials to follow this convention: templates/_partial.php. What happens when you need to organize your partials in subfolder? I tried a number of "Symfunky" avenues.

She tried a few ways - calling the helper with the include_partial method but it didn't resolve to the path she wanted. Next she tried a different path, but Symfony only interpreted it differently - and not the way she wanted. After a few more tries, she found a solution - using get_partial with a parameter that defined the subfolder to look in.

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