Sometimes you want to rename a class or move it to a different namespace. But as soon as it is used anywhere outside the package, this is breaking backwards compatibility and should not be done lightheartedly. Luckily there is a way in PHP to have both, the old class and the new class, while deprecating the old one: class_alias().
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