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symfony/finder v7.0.0

Finds files and directories via an intuitive fluent interface
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does symfony/finder do?

Symfony/Finder is a powerful PHP component that allows developers to effortlessly locate files and directories using an intuitive fluent interface. This tool is extremely adjustable and can acquiesce to a number of different parameters to help fine-tune your file or directory search. It significantly simplifies the way developers interact with the file system during programming tasks.

How do you use symfony/finder?

To use Symfony/Finder, you first need to include it in your project. This can be accomplished using "composer" package manager through the command composer require symfony/finder. Once installed, you can leverage Symfony/Finder to find files and directories based on your own criteria using its fluent interface. Here is an example:

use Symfony\Component\Finder\Finder;

$finder = new Finder();

$finder->files()->in('/path/to/directory');

foreach ($finder as $file) {
    // Dump the absolute path
    dump($file->getRealPath());

    // Dump the relative path to the file, omitting the filename
    dump($file->getRelativePath());

    // Dump the relative path to the file
    dump($file->getRelativePathname());
}

With this piece of code, we're searching for files in the provided path and looping over each file to dump paths related to each one. The Finder component is highly flexible; you can use a multitude of conditions such as size, date, name, etc.

Where are the symfony/finder docs?

The Symfony/Finder documentation provides a wealth of information, including installation procedures, usage examples, and advanced configurations. It can be accessed online at Symfony Documentation. The docs provide a comprehensive guide on Symfony/Finder, its features and its capabilities. It is an invaluable resource for developers seeking to maximize their efficiency when dealing with file and directory operations.