Hi there? I'm a server guy in Korea, mainly focuses on PHP development. I'm leaving this issue to let you know that Thrift-generated code violates PSR(PHP Standard Recommendation). And I'm asking you to follow the PHP community rules.
I started using Apache Thrift a couple of days ago, I found out that Thrift-generated code does not follow PSR-1. In a nutshell a PHP file should contain only one class(http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-1/#3-namespace-and-class-names), but Thrift-generated one has many.
The problem is that Thrift-generated classes cannot be autoloadable through PSR-4 autoload standard(http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-4/#3-examples). The workaround is writing a home-made autoloading logic, or taking advantage of symbolic link like https://github.com/appkr/psr4-autoload-test/ . Which is not elegant anyway.
So I would like you to study the voice of PHP users on the importance of PSR.
I hope to see your opinion soon.