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VVV Site Wizard

Important:

I'm not very active on this project, but bradp is doing great work on his fork of this project, Variable VVV.

Version 1.1.3

This bash script makes it easy to spin up a new WordPress site using Varying Vagrant Vagrants.

Installation

Download the script and run ./vvv from the directory the script is placed in.

To run the script from anywhere, you can place vvv in a folder included in your PATH environment variable.

If you don't want to define the path each time you run the script, open the file and uncomment the line at the top defining path. Set that to the root folder of VVV on your machine. Note: You do not need to do this if VVV is installed in the default location (~/vagrant-local/).

Usage

Type vvv in the command line to use. None of the options are required: if a required piece of information is not included in the original command, the wizard will prompt you for it.

Options

Option Name Description
-a action new/create/make runs the site creation wizard, rm/delete/teardown runs the site teardown wizard, list lists all current VVV sites
-d domain Desired domain (e.g. mysite.dev)
-f files only Do not provision Vagrant, just create the site directory and files
-i image proxy Load images by proxy from the live site (so you don't have to download the uploads folder)
-l live URL URL of the live site, currently only used if loading images by proxy
-n site name Desired name for the site directory (e.g. mysite)
-p path Path to VVV root (e.g. ~/vagrant-local)
-v version Version of WordPress to install
-x debug Turn on WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG

Examples:

vvv -a new
vvv -a create -n mysite -d mysite.dev -v 3.9.1 -x
vvv -a make -fxil mysite.com -n mysite -d mysite.dev -v 3.9.1
vvv -a delete mysite
vvv -a list

Site Creation Wizard

Creating a site does the following:

  • Halts Vagrant (if running)
  • Creates a web root for the site in the www folder containing three files: vvv-init.sh, wp-cli.yml, and vvv-hosts
    • vvv-init.sh tells Vagrant to create a database if one does not exist and install the latest version of WordPress (via WP-CLI) the next time Vagrant is provisioned
    • wp-cli.yml tells WP-CLI that WordPress is in the htdocs folder
    • vvv-hosts contains the hosts entry to give your site a nice custom domain (the domain is set in the wizard)
  • Creates a file in the nginx-config folder to handle server settings for your site
  • Restarts Vagrant with vagrant up --provision

Provisioning Vagrant takes a couple of minutes, but this is a crucial step as it downloads WordPress into your site's htdocs directory and runs the installation. If you want to skip provisioning and install WordPress manually, you can run the new site's vvv-init.sh file directly in the Vagrant shell.

Site Teardown Wizard

Deleting a site does the following:

  • Halts Vagrant (if running)
  • Deletes the site's web root (which deletes the vvv-init.sh, wp-cli.yml, and vvv-hosts files as well)
  • Deletes the file in the nginx-config folder pertaining to the site

Note that it does not delete the site's database.

Questions?

Ping me on Twitter at @alisothegeek.

Changelog

1.1.3

  • Fix forward slashes in a live site URL (used for the image proxy) causing an error
  • Fix done_text implementation in the site teardown wizard

1.1.2

  • Add the ability to load images by proxy from the live site (props @TheLastCicada)
  • Fix bug where wp_debug was not set properly when set via command option

1.1.1

  • Add default VVV install path to script (if VVV is installed in default location, path no longer needs to be explicitly defined)

1.1

  • Add ability to select WordPress version (props @adamsilverstein)
  • Add ability to define WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG
  • Convert positional parameters to command line options for maximum flexibility

1.0.1

  • Switch to using WP-CLI instead of SVN to install WordPress
  • Allow for tab completions when defining directories

1.0

  • Initial release
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