Soushi: Bimodal Site Generator Powered by PHP

Configuration

You can set some variables used globally in your Web site using a configuration file.

Configuration File

To run soushi init command, config.php is generated in the root of your site directory.

You can set any key/value pairs you like in the file.

config.php:

<?php
return [
    "site_title"   => "My Homepage",
    "template_dir" => dirname(__FILE__) . "/templates",
    "source_dir"   => dirname(__FILE__) . "/source",
];

As you see above, it's just a PHP associative-array. You have to notice that the value is returned. Otherwise, the statement which loads the file doesn't return the configuration value as an array.

In Templates

The configurations in config.php is passed into templates as $config variable to enable you to get information from it.

<title><?= $config->site_title() ?></title>

$config actually is a \Soushi\Config object. You can call methods with key names in the configuration hash to retrieve values which are correspond to the keys.

If you set some key/value pairs(eg. "foo" => "bar"), you can call $config->foo() to retrieve "bar".