We're working on automating our build process at the Rutgers Student Life Media Team. This is a repo we are using to store/test that code until we don't have to worry about copying and pasting all those nasty passwords.
Before getting started, you're going to need to configure a thing or two on your end.
Detailed installations about how to install phing can be found on their website page: http://www.phing.info/trac/wiki/Users/Installation
Setting Up Your Environment
PHING_HOME environment variable within your bashrc. You can do this by running a
locate phing and pointing it to the root of where most of the files live (search for /something/tasks).
Run sudo -E bash make.sh. This should set up your phing directory structure to do everything that you want it to