MykiLeaks is a free tool to help myki account holders ensure that money is not leaking from their wallets as they use Victoria's public transport system.
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README.md

MykiLeaks - Check your myki statement for overcharges

This project contains the core PHP library that powers the http://mykileaks.org website. For more information visit http://monofonik.net/2011/09/the-mykileaks-faq/.

As well as the PHP class library, a CLI tool is provided for assessing myki statements in PDF format from the command line. With the required pre-requisites available it can be used on Linux and OS X.

Pre-requisites

  • PHP 5.6+
  • composer
  • CLI use requires that pdftotext is installed and on your $PATH. It is used to convert the original PDF statement to plain text.

CLI

$ php mykileaks.php statement.pdf

Results are output in JSON format. jq can be used to filter and/or format the output.

PHP class library

Add monofonik/mykileaks as a dependency to your application's composer.json:

{
    "require": {
        "monofonik/mykileaks": "dev-master"
    },
    "repositories": [
        {
            "type": "git",
            "url": "https://github.com/monofonik/mykileaks.git",
        }
    ]
}

Update composer:

composer update

Require the generated autoload.php file and you're good to go:

    <?php 

    require __DIR__."/vendor/autoload.php";
    $statement = file_get_contents("statement.txt");
    $submission = new MykiLeaks\Submission(new MyliLeaks\Auditor());
    $assessment = $submission->submit($statement);
    echo json_encode($assessment);