kandi X-RAY | monolog-bundle Summary
kandi X-RAY | monolog-bundle Summary
Symfony Monologue Bundle
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Builds the handler .
- Get the configuration tree builder .
- Get a handler class by type .
- Create the monolog handlers .
- Create a logger .
- Create a Swift_Message object .
- Build the compiler .
- Get deprecation message .
- Include stacktrace .
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I have downgraded a Symfony 5.2 app template to use Symfony 4.4 in order to allow the use of some libraries that require an older version of Symfony. The problem is that when I do
composer install, I get this error near the end of the installation:
sh: symfony-cmd: command not found
It seems that the installations are mostly successful, as my
vendor folder is created and populated. But I'm worried about the error.
What does this error mean? How do I fix it?
Edit: Here's my
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-29 at 15:16
symfony-cmd is a part of Symfony Flex. Your
composer.json does not contain any requirement for Flex, so running
composer require symfony/flex might resolve that problem.
I'm upgrading my Symfony 4.4 project to Symfony 5.4 (the current LTS version). I've tried modifying
composer.json, forcing directly to the 5.4 release, but I've found lots of dependency problems, so I "solved" this migrating slowly: I moved to 5.0, then to 5.1, and now I'm trying to migrate from 5.1 to 5.2, but I have dependency problems and I don't know how to fix them.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 07:49
The problem is that you require
doctrine/common in v2. This depends on
doctrine/persistence in v1. Updating all your packages to Symfony 5.2 will also update
symfony/doctrine-bridge to 5.2 - and this requires
doctrine/persistence in v2.
doctrine/common to v3 in your
composer.json could help to resolve the problem. Also, since you are using
symfony/flex already, you can remove all explicit version constraints on the Symfony packages - it's sufficient to define the Symfony version further down in the
extra section as you already did. This makes it way easier to update all Symfony packages, as you only need to change this one line
I updated my composer.json file to reflect the 6.0.* changes, and ran my
composer update "symfony/*" code, and it returned this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-10 at 21:35
That composer.json file is a bit of a mess. Some Symfony packages on 5.3, some even on 5.1, and many on 6.
Also you are controlling Symfony versioning from
extra.symfony.require, and at the same time from the discrete version constraints. You include some packages that no longer exist on 6.0 (
symfony/security-guard), and are missing some that should be installed on a 6.0 version.
It's simply not on an installable state.
I've managed to make it installable changing it like this:
I'm a beginner in Symfony and would like to know how to deal with the following installation issue:
I'm using Symfony 4.4 and trying to install Swift Mailer. Following the documentation on this link, when I ran the following command
composer require symfony/swiftmailer-bundle , I got this error message:
Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.
- symfony/web-server-bundle is locked to version v4.4.0 and an update of this package was not requested.
- symfony/web-server-bundle v4.4.0 requires php ^7.1.3 -> your php version (8.0.12) does not satisfy that requirement.
- laminas/laminas-code 3.4.1 requires php ^7.1 -> your php version (8.0.12) does not satisfy that requirement.
- symfony/proxy-manager-bridge v4.4.34 requires friendsofphp/proxy-manager-lts ^1.0.2 -> satisfiable by friendsofphp/proxy-manager-lts[v1.0.5].
- friendsofphp/proxy-manager-lts v1.0.5 requires laminas/laminas-code ~3.4.1|^4.0 -> satisfiable by laminas/laminas-code[3.4.1].
- symfony/proxy-manager-bridge is locked to version v4.4.34 and an update of this package was not requested.
Any idea how to handle that?
This is my composer.json file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 14:25
Try changing composer.json
I am using Symfony 5.3.9 with PHP 7.4.24 and Composer 2.1.8. I want to render the following template with markdown_to_html but I am getting an error.
This is blog.html.twig...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-04 at 12:51
The solution is to execute:
I am trying to upgrade from Symfony 5.2 to Symfony 5.3.
I don't know which packages to update Symfony so I was using the official site, and I have followed both:
And also https://symfony.com/doc/current/setup/upgrade_minor.html which said to update:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-24 at 11:01
You have conflicting requirements.
extra.symfony.require you say you want
But on your individual Symfony requirements you are specifying either
5.2.* (and in some cases
^5.3 as well).
When a project uses Symfony Flex (as is your case), the presence of
extra.symfony.require will be used to restrict what package versions to install for many/most Symfony packages. But only if you do not declare a specific version on your
In this case, you are already specifying a version on the
5.* range on
extra.symfony.require. Leave that one like that, and just use
* as a version constraint for all the other Symfony Packages in the
(Note that's it's not really all, since some packages are not managed by Flex, just update the ones that have versions declares in the
I'm using symfony5 and wanted to deploy earlier today, which failed with the following error on vendor loading with
composer install or
composer update :
according to this issue 'Class Doctrine\Common\Cache\ArrayCache does not exist' when installing a symfony project which worked for some the error might come from my doctrine version but as i have not updated it in the past few days I do not understand how it could
Here is my
composer.json in case:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-04 at 15:06
As you can read in an issue posted in the issue tracker of
doctrine/cache, that class has been deprecated in v1 of that package, and removed in v2.
If you still want to use that class, run
composer require doctrine/cache "^1.12" to install a version of that package from the v1 branch.
On the long run, you should check where your application requires that class and search for alternatives. If you need help with that, please share more details.
I am trying to develop a project and I'm having trouble installing a Sylius with composer.
Here is my
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 16:19
You have two problems:
- You have Symfony '5.3' installed, which was released just one day ago.
- You are using PHP 8, which is not supported by Sylius. By using PHP 8, you end up installing versions of dependencies that are not compatible with Sylius.
Since the current version of Sylius supports up to 5.2, and PHP ^7.3, you'll have to either downgrade to Sf 5.2 and PHP >= 7.3 && PHP < 8, or wait a some time so support for Sf 5.3 and PHP >= 8 is baked in.
I would recommend using the standard Sylius installation, but trying to install Sylius with the recommended docs way (
composer create-project sylius/sylius-standard acme) when using PHP 8 also fails. But downgrading to
PHP 7.4 and running the
create-project command does work.
The project seems to have entered the dependency hell stage of development.
While running the Pimcore6.9 along with the symfony4.4 I had spotted some warnings:
The MimetypeGuesser is depricated since symfony4.3 use MimeTypes instead.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 16:23
composer.json already lists
symfony/symfony as a required package. This contains
symfony/mime - as long as you are using Symfony v4.3 or later. The MIME component did not exist before that.
I'm working on symfony 2.8 project and I'm new in it. Now I try to upgrade it to the newest version. I found the rector package for update the symfony (rector-prefixed exactly, for older version). I've install it and try to run like it is in documentation: https://github.com/rectorphp/rector, and got this error in the console:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 06:30
I solved already the problem. First the problem with Rector was with the command. I don't know exactly why but normal command don't work with my project. In Rector documentation there is:
No vulnerabilities reported
PHP requires the Visual C runtime (CRT). The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2019 is suitable for all these PHP versions, see visualstudio.microsoft.com. You MUST download the x86 CRT for PHP x86 builds and the x64 CRT for PHP x64 builds. The CRT installer supports the /quiet and /norestart command-line switches, so you can also script it.
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