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[jfw] Re: Container and use of an alias

Check the container, it will have two object in the instances array, means it's only a matter for shared objects, if you take my example above and then do something like:
and in another function you do
$response = $this->container->get('yresponse');
you will have two different instances in the container.

Am Dienstag, 16. Dezember 2014 20:27:11 UTC+1 schrieb Don Gilbert:
Can you provide a test that proves this to be the case? In preliminary tests, this resolves as expected.

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use Joomla\DI\Container;

$container = new Container;

$container->set('SomeRandomClass', new stdClass, true, true)->alias('classAlias', 'SomeRandomClass');



Dons-EE-MacBook-Air:test admin$ php index.php 

class stdClass#3 (0) {


class stdClass#3 (0) {


As you can see, they are the exact same class instance.

On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 9:27:19 AM UTC-6, Sven Versteegen wrote:
If you set a container key with alias for example:
$c->set('MyApp\\Interfaces\\App\\AppResponseInterface', [$this, 'getResponse'], true, true)
  ->alias('jresponse', 'MyApp\\Interfaces\\App\AppResponseInterface');
and you're using the long key in one function and the alias in another, the container will end up with 2 instances (long key/alias key) that maybe differ.
I expect to get the same instance here and to only get a new one if I set the second argument of the container get function(forceNew) to true,
is that a false expectation?
If not, adding $key = $this->resolveAlias($key); at the begining of the get method would solve that problem.

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