sfPluginManagerPlugin - 1.0.1

Manage the creation of new plugins in your symfony project.

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The sfPluginManagerPlugin initializes new plugin directories with all the necessary folder structures and files.


  • Install the plugin

    symfony plugin-install http://plugins.symfony-project.com/sfPluginManagerPlugin

  • Clear your cache to enable the autoloading symfony feature to find the new classes

    symfony cc

Available Pake Task Commands

  • Initializes new plugin

    symfony init-plugin sfPluginNamePlugin

  • You can specify which specific folders you want to create with an argument specifying the folders, here is the complete possible list. (optional) Separate folders with '+'

    symfony init-plugin sfPluginNamePlugin config+data+lib+generator+modules+model+doctrine+fixtures+helper+tasks

  • Initializes new plugin module

    symfony init-plugin-module module_name sfPluginNamePlugin

  • Build populated package.xml for your plugin. If you wish to have a custom template for building your plugin packages, copy data/tasks/package-template.xml to your plugin folder: plugins/sfPluginNamePlugin/package-sfPluginNamePlugin.xml and the build-plugin-package command will use that template instead of the standard one.

    symfony build-plugin-package sfTestPlugin


07-31-2007 | 0.0.1 Beta

08-02-2007 | 1.0.0 Stable

  • Jonathan.Wage: initial release
  • Jonathan.Wage: wrote README
  • Jonathan.Wage: bundled functionality from sfPackageMakerPlugin, added build-plugin-package pake task
  • Jonathan.Wage: fixed issue with csv not working under windows

05-17-2008 | 1.0.1 Bugfix release

  • develop7: fixed bug that made generated packages dependent on itself