\Parable\Framework\Config class is more of a Config manager than a Config itself. As such, it is an implementation of the GetSet component. It does not, in and of itself, contain any configuration values, until they're added from actual Config implementations.
Actually working with Config classes is done by adding them by calling
\Parable\Framework\Config::addConfig() with a Config class or by by letting Parable take care of that for you.
Automatically by Parable#
Parable by default, attempts to load
\Config\App, which implements the
Config interface (an extension of the
Gettable interface, which demands nothing more than a public
get() method that returns an array of data).
\Config\App in the default structure shows how to add additional Config files.
class App implements \Parable\Framework\Interfaces\Config
public function get()
"parable" => [
"configs" => [
The Config files found in that location in the array will be automatically added to
\Parable\Framework\Config and its values will be available.
The order in which the Config files are added to the array matters. Earlier values will be overwritten by later-set values.
Manually adding Configs#
This isn't much harder, except that any values won't be available until after you've added them to the
\Parable\Framework\Config pool. If you add more Config files in an Init class, then their values will be available before the Database connection is set up.
Setting them later can be useful if you need database access to decide what configuration values to set, however.
Here's an example of doing it with an Init class:
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public function __construct()
$config = \Parable\DI\Container::get(\Parable\Framework\Config::class);
$configToLoad = \Parable\DI\Container::create(\Config\Custom::class);