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Console Alias

This minimal bundle allows you to quickly define console commands that can be either aliases for other symfony console commands or actual shell commands.

Installation

  1. Run composer require kdauzickas/console-alias
  2. Add new KD\Console\AliasBundle\KDConsoleAliasBundle() to $bundles in your AppKernel

Configuration

Commands are created from what is defined in your config.yml. Configuration shoud be done in the manner shown below. Only name and command fields are mondatory.

kd_console_alias:
    commands:
        commandName:
            name: "command name that will be used to call the command"
            description: "description to be shown in command list"
            console: "is this a symfony console command alias? Default: false"
            command: "actual command"
            arguments:
                - list of
                - arguments
                - to be passed
                - to the command

Example:

kd_console_alias:
    commands:
        pmd:
            name: pmd
            description: Run phpmd
            command: bin/phpmd
            arguments:
                - src
                - text
                - cleancode,codesize,controversial,design,naming,unusedcode

        config:
            name: "c:d"
            description: Alias of the config:debug symfony command
            command: "config:debug"
            console: true

This will allow you to run a command app/console pmd that will execute bin/phpmd src text cleancode,codesize,controversial,design,naming,unusedcode. Command app/console c:d will execute app/console config:debug

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