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The Sebastian/Object-Reflector is a composer package that significantly simplifies working with PHP objects. It provides valuable functionality that allows for the reflection of object properties. Meaning, it allows you to analyze and manipulate all properties of a given object, including those that are inherited, private, or protected. Having such an opportunity, developers can access and interact with any property of an object in an unprecedented way.
Using the Sebastian/Object-Reflector composer package is straight-forward. The first step is to add the package to your project. This can be achieved by utilizing Composer, a tool for dependency management in PHP. You can add this library as a local, per-project dependency using the following command:
composer require sebastian/object-reflector
Alternatively, if you only need this library during development, for instance, to run your project's test suite, then you should add it as a development-time dependency:
composer require --dev sebastian/object-reflector
Once the library is added to your project, you can begin using its functionality in your PHP scripts. Please note that detailed usage examples are not provided in the provided readme content.
The documentation for sebastian/object-reflector can be found on the project's GitHub page. The URL is https://github.com/sebastianbergmann/object-reflector.git. Here, you will find information about the project, installation instructions, and more. Yet, it does appear that there is no comprehensive, standalone documentation available or linked to from the GitHub page. It's recommended to go through the page content and explore the codebase for more detailed information and understanding of how to use this package to its full potential.