Packager is a PHP 5.2+ library to concatenate libraries split in multiple files in a single file. It automatically calculates dependancies. Packager requires a yml header syntax in every file, and a
package.yml manifest file, as seen on the MooTools project.
The constructor of this class accepts either a path to a package or a list of path to packages.
package.yml must not be included in the path.
$pkg = new Packager("/Users/kamicane/Sites/mootools-core/"); $pkg = new Packager(array("/Users/kamicane/Sites/mootools-core/", "/Users/kamicane/Sites/mootools-more/"));
parse_manifest» adds a manifest to this instance
get_all_files» gets an list of all files
get_file_dependancies» gets an ordered list of every file that this file depends on
get_file_path» gets the file path
get_file_source» gets the file source
get_file_description» gets the file description
get_file_provides» gets a list of the file provided components
complete_file» converts a single file to an ordered list of files
complete_files» converts a list of files to an ordered list of files
build_from_files» returns a string containing the source of the selected files and their dependancies
write_from_files» writes a file with the selected files and their dependancies
component_to_file» gets the name of the file that provides this component
components_to_files» converts a list of components to a list of files
build_from_components» returns a string containing the source of the selected components and their dependancies
write_from_components» writes a file with the selected components and their dependancies
$pkg = new Packager(`$path_to_manifest`);
$pkg = new Packager("/Users/kamicane/Sites/mootools-core/"); $pkg->write_from_components("/Users/kamicane/Sites/mootools.js", array('Type', 'Array'));
The Packager command line script is your one-stop solution to build any of your packages at once. Works on unices.
./packager COMMAND +option1 argument1 argument2 +option2 argument1 argument2
COMMANDa packager command (required)
+optionoptions for commands (optional)
registerregisters a package. Creates a .packages.yml file in your home folder.
unregisterunregisters a package
listlist registered packages
buildbuilds a single file with the supplied packages / files / components
./packager register /Users/kamicane/mootools-core » the package Core has been registered
./packager list » Core: /Users/kamicane/mootools-core
./packager unregister Core » the package Core has been unregistered
./packager build Core/Type Core/Fx ART/ART.Element
Which is the same as...
./packager build +components Core/Type Core/Fx ART/ART.Element
Which builds the passed in components (and their dependancies) using your registered packages.
./packager build +files Core/Core Core/Fx ART/ART
This builds the passed in files (and their dependancies) using your registered packages.
./packager build ART/*
Builds every component from ART, and their dependancies, using your registered packages.
./packager build SomePackage/SomeComponent +packages /Users/kamicane/Sites/some-package
Builds the selected components using your registered packages and a temporary package that resides in /Users/kamicane/Sites/some-package, without having to register it first.
./packager build SomePackage/SomeComponent -packages Core
Builds the selected components using your registered packages minus the package names you pass to -packages. This lets you build your components without dependancies.
./packager build ART/SomeComponent +use-only ART
Builds the selected components using only ART of your registered packages. This lets you build your components without dependancies.
./packager build SomePackage/SomeComponent +use-only +packages /Users/kamicane/Sites/some-package
Builds the selected components using none of your registered packages plus the passed in package, without registering it. This lets you build your components without dependancies.
./packager build +components ART/ART +files ART/ART.Base
You can mix components and files
./packager build Core/* > mootools.js
This is how you output to a file