Installing PHPCI

duynguyen0511 edited this page Jan 4, 2017 · 30 revisions

What you'll need:

  • PHP 5.3.6 or above
  • A web server (we recommend nginx)
  • Composer
  • Git
  • A MySQL server to connect to. This doesn't have to be on the same server as PHPCI.
  • The following functions need to be enabled: exec(), shell_exec() and proc_open()
  • PHP must have OpenSSL support enabled.

Installing PHPCI from Composer:

  • Go to the directory in which you want to install PHPCI, for example: /var/www
  • Download Composer if you haven't already: curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
  • Download PHPCI: ./composer.phar create-project block8/phpci phpci --keep-vcs --no-dev
  • Go to the newly created PHPCI directory, and install Composer dependencies: cd phpci && ../composer.phar install
  • Run the PHPCI installer: php ./console phpci:install
  • Add a virtual host to your web server, pointing to the public directory within your new PHPCI directory. You'll need to set up rewrite rules to point all non-existent requests to PHPCI.
  • Set up the PHPCI Worker, or you can run builds using the PHPCI daemon or a cron-job to run PHPCI builds.

Installing PHPCI Manually:

  • Go to the directory in which you want to install PHPCI, for example: /var/www
  • Download PHPCI and unzip it.
  • Go to the PHPCI directory: cd /var/www/phpci
  • Install dependencies using Composer: composer install
  • Install PHPCI itself: php ./console phpci:install
  • Add a virtual host to your web server, pointing to the public directory within your new PHPCI directory. You'll need to set up rewrite rules to point all non-existent requests to PHPCI.
  • Set up the PHPCI Worker, or you can run builds using the PHPCI daemon or a cron-job to run PHPCI builds.

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