Juju charms.reactive layer for HHVM
hhvm.available - This state is automatically emitted once HHVM has been installed. Rely on this state to perform an application deployment when HHVM is ready to be used.
By itself it doesn't do much but provide the HHVM runtime. When combined with the NGINX layer it will automatically configure the webserver for HHVM applications.
Composer is installed for you and placed in the users $PATH. Making use of composer is simple:
from charmhelpers.core import hookenv import os from hhvmlib import composer config = hookenv.config() app_path = config['app-path'] os.chdir(app_path) composer('install') # Or to update deps composer('update')
See https://getcomposer.org for more information
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