The definitive guide of Symfony 1.2

6.8. Module Configuration

A few module behaviors rely on configuration. To modify them, you must create a module.yml file in the module's config/ directory and define settings on a per-environment basis (or under the all: header for all environments). Listing 6-36 shows an example of a module.yml file for the mymodule module.

Listing 6-36 - Module Configuration, in apps/frontend/modules/mymodule/config/module.yml

all:                  # For all environments
  enabled:            true
  is_internal:        false
  view_class:         sfPHP
  partial_view_class: sf

The enabled parameter allows you to disable all actions of a module. All actions are redirected to the module_disabled_module/module_disabled_action action (as defined in settings.yml).

The is_internal parameter allows you to restrict the execution of all actions of a module to internal calls. For example, this is useful for mail actions that you must be able to call from another action, to send an e-mail message, but not from the outside.

The view_class parameter defines the view class. It must inherit from sfView. Overriding this value allows you to use other view systems, with other templating engines, such as Smarty.

The partial_view_class parameter defines the view class used for partials of this module. It must inherit from sfPartialView.