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命名空间和动态语言特征

(PHP 5 >= 5.3.0, PHP 7)

PHP 命名空间的实现受到其语言自身的动态特征的影响。因此,如果要将下面的代码转换到命名空间中:

Example #1 动态访问元素

example1.php:

<?php
class classname
{
    function 
__construct()
    {
        echo 
__METHOD__,"\n";
    }
}
function 
funcname()
{
    echo 
__FUNCTION__,"\n";
}
const 
constname "global";

$a 'classname';
$obj = new $a// prints classname::__construct
$b 'funcname';
$b(); // prints funcname
echo constant('constname'), "\n"// prints global
?>
必须使用完全限定名称(包括命名空间前缀的类名称)。注意因为在动态的类名称、函数名称或常量名称中,限定名称和完全限定名称没有区别,因此其前导的反斜杠是不必要的。

Example #2 动态访问命名空间的元素

<?php
namespace namespacename;
class 
classname
{
    function 
__construct()
    {
        echo 
__METHOD__,"\n";
    }
}
function 
funcname()
{
    echo 
__FUNCTION__,"\n";
}
const 
constname "namespaced";

include 
'example1.php';

$a 'classname';
$obj = new $a// prints classname::__construct
$b 'funcname';
$b(); // prints funcname
echo constant('constname'), "\n"// prints global

/* note that if using double quotes, "\\namespacename\\classname" must be used */
$a '\namespacename\classname';
$obj = new $a// prints namespacename\classname::__construct
$a 'namespacename\classname';
$obj = new $a// also prints namespacename\classname::__construct
$b 'namespacename\funcname';
$b(); // prints namespacename\funcname
$b '\namespacename\funcname';
$b(); // also prints namespacename\funcname
echo constant('\namespacename\constname'), "\n"// prints namespaced
echo constant('namespacename\constname'), "\n"// also prints namespaced
?>

请一定别忘了阅读 对字符串中的命名空间名称转义的注解.

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Alexander Kirk
8 years ago
When extending a class from another namespace that should instantiate a class from within the current namespace, you need to pass on the namespace.

<?php // File1.php
namespace foo;
class
A {
    public function
factory() {
        return new
C;
    }
}
class
C {
    public function
tell() {
        echo
"foo";
    }
}
?>

<?php // File2.php
namespace bar;
class
B extends \foo\A {}
class
C {
    public function
tell() {
        echo
"bar";
    }
}
?>

<?php
include "File1.php";
include
"File2.php";
$b = new bar\B;
$c = $b->factory();
$c->tell(); // "foo" but you want "bar"
?>

You need to do it like this:

When extending a class from another namespace that should instantiate a class from within the current namespace, you need to pass on the namespace.

<?php // File1.php
namespace foo;
class
A {
    protected
$namespace = __NAMESPACE__;
    public function
factory() {
       
$c = $this->namespace . '\C';
        return new
$c;
    }
}
class
C {
    public function
tell() {
        echo
"foo";
    }
}
?>

<?php // File2.php
namespace bar;
class
B extends \foo\A {
    protected
$namespace = __NAMESPACE__;
}
class
C {
    public function
tell() {
        echo
"bar";
    }
}
?>

<?php
include "File1.php";
include
"File2.php";
$b = new bar\B;
$c = $b->factory();
$c->tell(); // "bar"
?>

(it seems that the namespace-backslashes are stripped from the source code in the preview, maybe it works in the main view. If not: fooA was written as \foo\A and barB as bar\B)
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guilhermeblanco at php dot net
10 years ago
Please be aware of FQCN (Full Qualified Class Name) point.
Many people will have troubles with this:

<?php

// File1.php
namespace foo;

class
Bar { ... }

function
factory($class) {
    return new
$class;
}

// File2.php
$bar = \foo\factory('Bar'); // Will try to instantiate \Bar, not \foo\Bar

?>

To fix that, and also incorporate a 2 step namespace resolution, you can check for \ as first char of $class, and if not present, build manually the FQCN:

<?php

// File1.php
namespace foo;

function
factory($class) {
    if (
$class[0] != '\\') {
        echo
'->';
        
$class = '\\' . __NAMESPACE__ . '\\' . $class;
    }

    return new
$class();
}

// File2.php
$bar = \foo\factory('Bar'); // Will correctly instantiate \foo\Bar

$bar2 = \foo\factory('\anotherfoo\Bar'); // Wil correctly instantiate \anotherfoo\Bar

?>
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m dot mannes at gmail dot com
2 years ago
Case you are trying call a static method that's the way to go:

<?php
class myClass
{
    public static function
myMethod()
    {
      return
"You did it!\n";
    }
}

$foo = "myClass";
$bar = "myMethod";

echo
$foo::$bar(); // prints "You did it!";
?>
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akhoondi+php at gmail dot com
6 years ago
It might make it more clear if said this way:

One must note that when using a dynamic class name, function name or constant name, the "current namespace", as in http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.namespaces.basics.php is global namespace.

One situation that dynamic class names are used is in 'factory' pattern. Thus, add the desired namespace of your target class before the variable name.

namespaced.php
<?php
// namespaced.php
namespace Mypackage;
class
Foo {
    public function
factory($name, $global = FALSE)
    {
        if (
$global)
           
$class = $name;
        else
           
$class = 'Mypackage\\' . $name;
        return new
$class;
    }
}

class
A {
    function
__construct()
    {
        echo
__METHOD__ . "<br />\n";
    }
}
class
B {
    function
__construct()
    {
        echo
__METHOD__ . "<br />\n";
    }
}
?>

global.php
<?php
// global.php
class A {
    function
__construct()
    {
        echo 
__METHOD__;
    }
}
?>

index.php
<?php
//  index.php
namespace Mypackage;
include(
'namespaced.php');
include(
'global.php');
 
 
$foo = new Foo();
 
 
$a = $foo->factory('A');        // Mypackage\A::__construct
 
$b = $foo->factory('B');        // Mypackage\B::__construct
 
 
$a2 = $foo->factory('A',TRUE);    // A::__construct
 
$b2 = $foo->factory('B',TRUE);    // Will produce : Fatal error: Class 'B' not found in ...namespaced.php on line ...
?>
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museyib dot e at gmail dot com
5 months ago
Be careful when using dynamic accessing namespaced elements. If you use double-quote backslashes will be parsed as escape character.

<?php
    $a
="\namespacename\classname"; //Invalid use and Fatal error.
   
$a="\\namespacename\\classname"; //Valid use.
   
$a='\namespacename\classname'; //Valid use.
?>
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scott at intothewild dot ca
10 years ago
as noted by guilhermeblanco at php dot net,

<?php

 
// fact.php

 
namespace foo;

  class
fact {

    public function
create($class) {
      return new
$class();
    }
  }

?>

<?php

 
// bar.php

 
namespace foo;

  class
bar {
  ...
  }

?>

<?php

 
// index.php

 
namespace foo;

  include(
'fact.php');
 
 
$foofact = new fact();
 
$bar = $foofact->create('bar'); // attempts to create \bar
                                  // even though foofact and
                                  // bar reside in \foo

?>
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