New in Symfony 5.1: Simpler Request Context
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Generating URLs in console commands and any other places outside of the web context is challenging because Symfony doesn't have access to the current host, the base URL, etc.
The solution is to configure the request context using container parameters such
router.request_context.host. In Symfony 5.1 we've already improved this
allowing you to configure these values via the
However, we kept working on this feature to simplify it even more.
That's why in Symfony 5.1, you'll be able to configure the entire request context
using a single
default_uri parameter, instead of having to define several parameters:
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# Before framework: router: host: 'example.org' scheme: 'https' base_url: 'my/path' # After framework: router: default_uri: 'https://example.org/my/path/'
Related to this, in the pull request #36681, we've updated the assets config
to reuse the router context by default. This means that most of the times,
default_uri option is enough to configure both the request context
and the assets context.
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