Editing a configuration

There are many ways to create content in your Config object. You can simply pass it an array like it is shown in the example below:

Create configuration with array

<?php
// configuration array

$conf = array(
    
'DB' => array(
        
'type' => 'mysql',
        
'host' => 'localhost',
        
'user' => 'root',
        
'pass' => 'root'
     
)
);

// Config object

$config = new Config();
$root =& $config->parseConfig($conf,
                              
'phparray',
                              array(
'name' => 'conf'));
echo 
$root->toString('phparray', array('name' => 'conf'));
?>

You can also ask Config to look for a file on your filesystem and try to parse it. You would then do it like this. This example assumes you have a valid XML file:

Create configuration with a file

<?php
// Config object

$config = new Config();
$root =& $config->parseConfig('/path/to/file.xml''xml');
echo 
$root->toString('phparray', array('name' => 'conf'));
?>

At the moment, Config can parse XML, PHP arrays, ini files, Apache conf and other generic type of configurations with comments and key-value pairs.

Of course, it is also possible to create the configuration from scratch as shown in the previous section example.

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