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symfony-fabfile.py

README.md

Set of fabfiles for install/deploy project.

Types of project :

  • symfony 1.4.x
  • Symfony 2.x (todo)

What these fables can do ?

  • install the project (copy sample files, configure the database, run symfony task…)
  • rebuild the doctrine files (models, forms and filters), clear the cache, publish the assets
  • reset the data tests

Use

Symfony 1.4.x project installation

Thanks to the symfony-fabfile.py you can now easily install any symfony 1.4.x project.

First of all you need to create or complete the config/properties.ini like this:

; Project configuration
[symfony]
name=fabfile ; project name
author=Benjamin Grandfond <benjamin.grandfond@gmail.com> ; author of the project
orm=Doctrine
repository=git@github.com:benja-M-1/fabfile.git ; git repository of the project
dir=~/Dev/symfony/1.4 ; path to symfony 

; List of samples files to copy
; The name of the sample files must be like databases.yml.sample
[samples]
database=config/databases.yml 

Then create the database sample configuration file config/databases.yml.sample

all:
  doctrine:
    class: sfDoctrineDatabase
    param:
      dsn:      mysql:host=#db_host#;dbname=#db_name#
      username: #db_user#
      password: #db_password#

test:
  doctrine:
    param:
      dsn:      mysql:host=#db_host#;dbname=#db_name_test#
      username: #db_user#
      password: #db_password#

When you are done, you can now run the command

~:$ fab install

This command will :

  • copy config/properties.ini.sample into config/properties.ini
  • ask you to give the mysql user, password, database name and test database test name you want use for your project
  • create the user, the two databases and grant the user the privileges he needs on the two databases
  • copy config/databases.yml.sample into config/databases.yml
  • change the keys by the configured values in the databases configuration file
  • create a symbolic link of the symfony core in lib/vendor
  • build doctrine classes
  • clear the symfony cache
  • publish assets

You can use another .ini file for your settings :

~:$ fab install:config_file=my_ini_file.ini

You can set the mysql user, password and databases directly in the fabfile if you prefer, change the db values and run the install command like this :

~:$ fab install:interactive=False

Requirements

To use these fabfiles you need

TODO

  • add the possibility of the reset test data task to take a sql file and load it
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