PHP-DI 3.4 released

I am happy to announce that PHP-DI version 3.4 has just been released.

This time, several small improvements:

  • You can now define arrays of values thanks to @unkind

Here is an example using YAML:


Note that the arrays can't be associative arrays, and must not be empty.

  • ContainerBuilder is now fluent thanks to @drdamour:
$builder = new ContainerBuilder();
   ->setCache(  ...cache );
  • Support for optional parameters (before 3.4, PHP-DI required that they were defined):
public function __construct($name = 'foo')

If the $name parameter is not defined, then its default value will be used, just like a standard PHP method call.

Change log

Read all the changes and their authors in the change log.