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README.md

PHPCI

PHPCI is a free and open source continuous integration tool specifically designed for PHP. We've built it with simplicity in mind, so whilst it doesn't do everything Jenkins can do, it is a breeze to set up and use.

Please be aware that PHPCI is a beta-release project, so whilst it is very stable, there may be bugs and/or missing features.

Current Build Status

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##What it does:

  • Clones your project from Github, Bitbucket or a local path
  • Allows you to set up and tear down test databases.
  • Installs your project's Composer dependencies.
  • Runs through any combination of the supported plugins.
  • You can mark directories for the plugins to ignore.
  • You can mark certain plugins as being allowed to fail (but still run.)

##What it doesn't do (yet):

  • Virtualised testing.
  • Multiple PHP-version tests.
  • Multiple testing workers.
  • Install PEAR or PECL extensions.
  • Deployments.

Getting Started:

We've got documentation on our wiki on installing PHPCI and adding support for PHPCI to your projects.

##Contributing Contributions from others would be very much appreciated! If you just want to make a simple change, simply fork the repository, and send us a pull request when you're ready.

If you'd like to get more involved in developing PHPCI or to become a maintainer / committer on the main PHPCI repository, join the mailing list.

##Questions? Your best place to go is the mailing list, if you're already a member of the mailing list, you can simply email php-ci@googlegroups.com.