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php – Symfony3 ClassNotFoundException after bundle creation

Posted by: admin April 23, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

I wanted to start a new 3.3 project in Symfony and started as usual:

1.) Creating the new project: symfony new ArtProject

2.) Creating a new Bundle: php app/console generate:bundle (Paul/ArtBundle, yml, src/)

Then I run the local server and when I open 127.0.0.1:8000 I get this beautiful message:

(1/1) ClassNotFoundException

Attempted to load class “PaulArtBundle” from namespace
“Paul\ArtBundle”. Did you forget a “use” statement for another
namespace? in AppKernel.php (line 19)

Which is strange and I haven’t figured out why this happen so far. Before creating the Bundle, there was no error; I saw the typical startpage of symfony.

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = [
        new Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\FrameworkBundle(),
        ......
        new Sensio\Bundle\FrameworkExtraBundle\SensioFrameworkExtraBundle(),
        new AppBundle\AppBundle(),
        new Paul\ArtBundle\PaulArtBundle(),
    ];
}

<?php

namespace Paul\ArtBundle;

use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Bundle\Bundle;

class PaulArtBundle extends Bundle
{
}

Any idea whats going on there? I did not change a thing, I only ran these commands.

How to&Answers:

I just installed a fresh copy of S3.3.4 (latest version as of this writing) using:

composer create-project symfony/framework-standard-edition s334 "3.3.4"
bin/console generate:bundle
Share across multiple apps: yes
namespace: Paul\ArtBundle
bundle name: PaulArtBundle
Target Directory: src/

Refreshed the browser and sure enough I got the class not found message.

The generate:bundle command is not updating the autload section of composer.json when a new namespace is introduced. Edit composer.json and:

# composer.json
"autoload": {
    "psr-4": {
        "AppBundle\": "src/AppBundle",
        "Paul\": "src/Paul"
    },
    "classmap": [ "app/AppKernel.php", "app/AppCache.php" ]
},

Then run

composer dumpautoload

And restart the server(maybe). That should fix the bundle class not found problem.

I have not used the generate:bundle command is quite some time ever since the standard was to put everything under AppBundle so I don’t know how long this has been “broken”. But at least three questions in the last week or so indicates it was something recent.

And by the way, when I refreshed the browser I got “Hello World” which threw me for a bit. Turns out the new bundle overrides the / route which is also sort of special.

And in case anybody is wondering why this started happening, Symfony 3.2 changed from

#composer.json
"psr-4": { "": "src/" },
To
"psr-4": { "AppBundle\": "src/AppBundle" },

You could always just change it back though I think spelling out individual namespaces might be “better”. Not sure.

And here is an issue with more details: https://github.com/symfony/symfony-standard/issues/1098

Looks like the maintainer favored a tiny speed improvement over breaking an existing command. Oh well. Symfony Flex is supposed to make everything great again.

Answer:

If you generate a bundle for usage in multiple projects (with own namespace) you need to add it in the composer.json as follwed:

Lets assume your bundle name is CompanyFooBundle with namespace Company\Bundle\FooBundle then the composer autoload section should look like:

...
"autoload": {
    "psr-4": {
        "Company\Bundle\FooBundle\": "src/Company/Bundle/FooBundle"
    },
    "classmap": [
        "app/AppKernel.php",
        "app/AppCache.php"
    ]
},
...

Answer:

This works for me in:

Generate your Bundle with

./console generate:bundle

And follow the steps as always, now, do what you want in your composer.json file with the line

"AppBundle\": "src/AppBundle"

Replace with "": "src/" or add your bundle, for example: "BackendBundle\\": "src/BackendBundle"

Here’s the new part:

  1. Install composer in your bin directory, copy and paste the steps from https://getcomposer.org/download/

  2. Up a level in your project directory, and in your root folder (of your project) run the next command

php ./bin/composer.phar update