Reporting a Bug
Whenever you find a bug in this bundle, we kindly ask you to report it. It helps us make a it better.
Before submitting a bug:
- Double-check the documentation1 to see if you're not misusing the functionality;
If your problem definitely looks like a bug, report it using the official bug tracker and follow some basic rules:
Use the title field to clearly describe the issue;
Describe the steps needed to reproduce the bug with short code examples (providing a unit test that illustrates the bug is best);
Give as much details as possible about your environment (OS, PHP version, Symfony version, enabled extensions, ...);
(optional) Attach a patch. Before submitting a patch for inclusion, you need to run the test suite
phpunit -c vendor/apy/jsfv-bundle/APY/JsFormValidationBundleto check that you have not broken anything.
First of all you need to install dev dependencies.
# it assumes that you in the root folder of your app $ ls composer.phar composer.phar $ cd vendor/apy/jsfv-bundle/APY/JsFormValidationBundle $ ../../../../../composer.phar install --dev # then you can run tests of apy/jsfv-bundle $ phpunit -c . PHPUnit 3.6.10 by Sebastian Bergmann. Configuration read from root-folder-of-your-app\vendor\apy\jsfv-bundle\APY\JsFormValidationBundle\phpunit.xml.dist .... Time: 9 seconds, Memory: 30.75Mb OK (4 tests, 50 assertions)
To run the Symfony2 test suite, install PHPUnit 3.5.11 or later:
$ pear channel-discover pear.phpunit.de $ pear channel-discover components.ez.no $ pear channel-discover pear.symfony-project.com $ pear install phpunit/PHPUnit