Easily use Gaufrette in your Symfony projects.
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Gaufrette Bundle

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Provides a Gaufrette integration for your Symfony projects.

About Gaufrette

Gaufrette is a PHP 5.3+ library providing a filesystem abstraction layer. This abstraction layer allows you to develop applications without needing to know where all their media files will be stored or how.

Documentation is available the official page of Gaufrette.



As this bundle is an integration for Symfony of the Gaufrette library, it requires you to first install Gaufrette in a Symfony project.

With composer

This bundle can be installed using composer by adding the following in the require section of your composer.json file:

    "require": {
        "knplabs/knp-gaufrette-bundle": "~0.3"

Register the bundle

You must register the bundle in your kernel:


// app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
    $bundles = array(

        // ...

        new Knp\Bundle\GaufretteBundle\KnpGaufretteBundle()

    // ...


The Gaufrette bundle allows you to declare your filesystems as services without having to reach into the famous "Service Container". Indeed, you can do it with the configuration!

The configuration of the Gaufrette bundle is divided into two parts: the adapters and the filesystems.

Configuring the Adapters

# app/config/config.yml
                directory: /path/to/my/filesystem

The defined adapters are then used to create the filesystems.

You can use on of these adapters:

Configuring the Filesystems

# app/config/config.yml
        # ...
            adapter:    foo
            alias:      foo_filesystem

Each defined filesystem must have an adapter with its value set to an adapter's key. The filesystem defined above will result in a service with id gaufrette.bar_filesystem. The alias parameter allows us to define an alias for it (foo_filesystem in this case).

The filesystem map

You can access all declared filesystems through the map service. In the previous exemple, we declared a bar filesystem:


Returns the bar instance of Gaufrette\Filesystem.