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    Factory.lib, DomCore, the WebAbility(r) Core System
    Contains the Factory pattern class
    (c) 2008-2017 Philippe Thomassigny

    This file is part of DomCore

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/* @UML_Box -- Do not edit
| Factory : Factory pattern                                        |
| - $catalog: array                                                |
| + new Factory($defaultcatalog: array)                            |
| + newProduct($parameter: mixed[, $arg, $arg, ...])               |
| + registerProduct($id: mixed, $class: string)                    |
| + unregisterProduct($id: mixed)                                  |
| # classLoader($class: string)                                    |
@End_UML_Box */

namespace patterns;

class Factory extends \core\WAObject
  private $catalog = array();

  public function __construct($default = null)
    if ($default)
      $this->catalog = $default;

  public function newProduct($parameter)
    if (isset($this->catalog[$parameter]))
      // we load/include the class if needed (user overloaded)
      if (!class_exists($this->catalog[$parameter]))
      // We create new instante with parameters
      $args = func_get_args();
      $reflection = new \ReflectionClass($this->catalog[$parameter]);
      $instance = call_user_func_array(array(&$reflection, 'newInstance'), $args);
      return $instance;
    return null;

  public function registerProduct($id, $class)
    $this->catalog[$id] = $class;

  public function unregisterProduct($id)
    if (isset($this->catalog[$id]))

  protected function classLoader($class)
    // nothing by default, we relay on __autoload()
    // If you use not-so-easily accessible classes, please overload this method in your extended factory


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