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Robert Basic's Blog:
Loading custom module plugins
July 20, 2010 @ 14:04:43

Robert Basic has a quick new post to his blog today showing how to load custom module plugins in your Zend Framework application.

I was trying to load a Front Controller plugin which resides in app/modules/my_module/controllers/plugins/ and not in the 'œusual' lib/My_App/Plugin/. I want this plugin to be called in every request and I want the plugin file to be under it's 'œparent' module.

To solve the problem he added a path to the Zend_Application_Module_Autoloader as a resource and registered it in the front controller. He includes some code to show how it works - a simple bootstrap with two _init functions, one for the news autoloading and another for plugins.

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