2017-04-16 17:40
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I've been testing getting my packages up to Packagist with a simple class I made. Whenever I require it in a different project, it says the class cannot be found. Is something wrong with my composer.json autoload block?

Here's my project repo file structure:

- src
    - prodikl
        - View.php
- .gitignore
- composer.json

And here's my composer.json:

  "description":"A simple to use, basic View object.",
  "require" : {
    "php" : ">=5.3.0"
  "autoload": {
    "psr-4": {"prodikl": "src/"}

And finally, in my View.php:


namespace prodikl;

class View

But whenever I require it into a project and do require "vendor/autoload.php" and use use prodikl\View; it it keeps saying not found

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  • dorv56831
    dorv56831 2017-04-16 17:46

    You just need to point your autoloader down one more directory:

      "autoload": {
        "psr-4": {"prodikl": "src/prodikl/"}

    This means "classes that belong to the \prodikl namespace can be found in the src/prodikl/ directory."

    You might need trailing backslashes on the namespace name too, not sure how picky Composer is about it:

    "psr-4": {"prodikl\\": "src/prodikl/"}
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