So, you've delved into writing your own Chrome extension. Maybe you've even already made one, but you still have a question: How can I use more current technology to to this? Well, as it turns out, it only takes a few extra steps!
At my work, we deal with a project where we have several development servers, a few staging servers, and hundreds of production servers.
Having to deal with all four different environment types, without having environments hardcoded into the project is a little weird, and currently lacks much any real solutions, regarding symfony's documentation.
In short, I implemented a class that we use in app/console and web/app.php, that reads an Apache environment variable or a php.ini variable with get_cfg_var().
I've recently moved the code to a new repository:
Like I said above, I made an Environment class to check what environment the server belongs in. I made it a gist for you guys: https://gist.github.com/5753723.git.
Basically, this environment class, can take an ArgvInput param as a constructor, and if it does, it assumes that it's CLI. If it's CLI, it will do the same CLI checks the symfony does by default for $env, and $debug. Cli and web both allow for specifying symfony.environment in php.ini as well, and the web piece allows you to specify an apache env variable (e.g. SetEnv SYM_ENV stage).
Once you've got that code, place it into app/Environment.php (you'll have to create it). From there, copy the logic I've got for app/consle and web/app.php below.
[symfony] symfony.environment = staging
<?php set_time_limit(0); require_once __DIR__.'/bootstrap.php.cache'; require_once __DIR__.'/AppKernel.php'; require_once __DIR__ .'/../app/Environment.php'; use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Console\Application; use Symfony\Component\Console\Input\ArgvInput; $input = new ArgvInput( ); $env = new \Environment( $input ); $kernel = new AppKernel( $env->getEnvironment(), $env->getDebug() ); $application = new Application($kernel); $application->run( $input );
<?php use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request; $loader = require_once __DIR__.'/../app/bootstrap.php.cache'; require_once __DIR__.'/../app/AppKernel.php'; require_once __DIR__ .'/../app/Environment.php'; $env = new \Environment(); $kernel = new AppKernel( $env->getEnvironment(), $env->getDebug() ); $kernel->loadClassCache(); Request::enableHttpMethodParameterOverride(); $request = Request::createFromGlobals(); $response = $kernel->handle($request); $response->send(); $kernel->terminate($request, $response);