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#1: Is it possible to create a global namespace alias?

Posted on 2010-10-03 18:09:56 by Matt Palermo

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ï»=BFIs it possible to create a global namespace alias in PHP or =
does the alias have to be defined in EVERY file that I use? Here is an =
example:

file: main.php
<?php
use \this\is\my\custom\namespace\Item as nsItem;
?>


file: index.php
<?php
require_once â€=9Cmain.phpâ€=9D;

// Attempt to use namespace alias defined in main.php file
nsItem::test();
?>


The above code doesnâ€=99t work for me. The namespace alias defined =
in the main.php file isnâ€=99t accessible in the index.php file. Is =
there a way to make the â€=9CnsItemâ€=9D alias a =
â€=9Cglobalâ€=9D one, so that I donâ€=99t have to define it =
in EVERY file that I want to use?

-Matt
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#2: Re: Is it possible to create a global namespace alias?

Posted on 2010-10-05 17:41:29 by Matt Palermo

I'm assuming there is no way to make a global alias. Can anyone
confirm/deny this?



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Is it possible to create a global namespace alias in PHP or does the alias
have to be defined in EVERY file that I use? Here is an example:

file: main.php
<?php
use \this\is\my\custom\namespace\Item as nsItem;
?>


file: index.php
<?php
require_once “main.php”;

// Attempt to use namespace alias defined in main.php file
nsItem::test();
?>


The above code doesn’t work for me. The namespace alias defined in the
main.php file isn’t accessible in the index.php file. Is there a way to
make the “nsItem” alias a “global” one, so that I don’t have to define it in
EVERY file that I want to use?

-Matt


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#3: Re: Re: Is it possible to create a global namespace alias?

Posted on 2010-10-05 18:07:10 by David Harkness

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On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 8:41 AM, Matt Palermo <palermomatt@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm assuming there is no way to make a global alias. Can anyone
> confirm/deny this?
>

I reread the documentation on namespaces, and from what I can tell this is
no way to do it. Each file maintains its own active namespace *at compile
time*. This means you can't even get around it with eval() or including
another script to set it.

I can't say I'm positive someone won't find a way around it, but short of an
extension I don't see one.

David

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