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README.md

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PHP Censor

PHP Censor is a open source self-hosted continuous integration server for PHP projects (PHPCI fork).

Twitter: @php_censor.

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System requirements

  • Unix-like OS (Windows isn't supported);

  • PHP 5.6+ (with OpenSSL support and enabled functions: exec(), shell_exec() and proc_open());

  • Web-server (Nginx or Apache2);

  • Database (MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL);

  • Beanstalkd queue;

Features

  • Clone project from GitHub, Bitbucket (Git/Hg), GitLab, Git, Hg (Mercurial), SVN (Subversion) or from local directory;

  • Set up and tear down database tests for PostgreSQL, MySQL or SQLite;

  • Install Composer dependencies;

  • Run tests for PHPUnit, Atoum, Behat, Codeception and PHPSpec;

  • Check code via Lint, PHPParallelLint, Pdepend, PHPCodeSniffer, PHPCpd, PHPCsFixer, PHPDocblockChecker, PHPLoc, PHPMessDetector, PHPTalLint and TechnicalDebt;

  • Run through any combination of the other supported plugins, including Campfire, CleanBuild, CopyBuild, Deployer, Env, Git, Grunt, Gulp, PackageBuild, Phar, Phing, Shell and Wipe;

  • Send notifications on Email, XMPP, Slack, IRC, Flowdock, HipChat and Telegram;

  • Use your LDAP-server for authentication;

Changelog

Versions changelog.

Roadmap

PHP Censor roadmap.

Installing

  • Go to the directory in which you want to install PHP Censor, for example: /var/www:
cd /var/www
  • Create project by Composer:
composer create-project php-censor/php-censor php-censor.local --keep-vcs

Or download latest archive from GitHub, unzip it and run composer install.

  • Create empty database for application (MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL);

  • Install Beanstalkd Queue (Optional, if you are going to use queue with Worker):

aptitude install beanstalkd # For deb-based
  • Install PHP Censor itself:
cd ./php-censor.local

# Interactive installation
./bin/console php-censor:install

# Non-interactive installation
./bin/console php-censor:install --url='http://php-censor.local' --db-type=pgsql --db-host=localhost --db-name=php-censor --db-user=php-censor --db-password=php-censor --db-port=null --admin-name=admin --admin-password=admin --admin-email='admin@php-censor.local' --queue-use=1 --queue-host=localhost --queue-name=php-censor

# Non-interactive installation with prepared config.yml file
./bin/console php-censor:install --config-from-file=yes --admin-name=admin --admin-password=admin --admin-email='admin@php-censor.local'

Installing via Docker

If you want to install PHP Censor as Docker container, you can use php-censor/docker-php-censor project.

Updating

  • Go to your PHP Censor directory (to /var/www/php-censor.local for example):

    cd /var/www/php-censor.local
  • Pull the latest code from repository by Git (If you want latest master branch):

    git checkout master
    git pull -r

    Or pull latest version:

    git fetch
    git checkout <version>
  • Update the Composer dependencies: composer install

  • Update the database scheme:

    ./bin/console php-censor-migrations:migrate
  • Restart Supervisord workers (If you use workers and Supervisord):

    sudo supervisorctl status
    sudo supervisorctl restart <worker:worker_00>
    ...
    sudo supervisorctl restart <worker:worker_nn>

    Or restart Systemd workers (If you use workers and Systemd):

    sudo systemctl restart <worker@1.service>
    ...
    sudo systemctl restart <worker@n.service>

Configuring project

There are several ways to set up the project:

  • Add project without any project config (Runs "zero-config" plugins, including: Composer, TechnicalDebt, PHPLoc, PHPCpd, PHPCodeSniffer, PHPMessDetector, PHPDocblockChecker, PHPParallelLint, PHPUnit and Codeception);

  • Similar to Travis CI, to support PHP Censor in your project, you simply need to add a .php-censor.yml file to the root of your repository;

  • Add project config in PHP Censor project page (And it will cancel file config from project repository);

The project config should look something like this:

setup:
  composer:
    action:    "install"
    directory: "."
test:
  php_unit:
    config: "phpunit.xml"
  php_mess_detector:
    allow_failures: true
  php_code_sniffer:
    standard: "PSR2"
  php_cpd:
    allow_failures: true
complete:
  email:
    default_mailto_address: admin@php-censor.local

More details about configuring project.

Migrations

Run to apply latest migrations:

cd /path/to/php-censor
./bin/console php-censor-migrations:migrate

Run to create new migration:

cd /path/to/php-censor
./bin/console php-censor-migrations:create NewMigrationName

Tests

cd /path/to/php-censor

./vendor/bin/phpunit --configuration ./phpunit.xml --coverage-html ./tests/runtime/coverage -vvv --colors=always

For Phar plugin tests set 'phar.readonly' setting to Off (0) in php.ini config. Otherwise tests will be skipped.

For database B8Framework tests create empty 'b8_test' database on 'localhost' with user/password: root/<empty> for MySQL and with user/password: postgres/<empty> for PostgreSQL (You can change default test user, password and database name in phpunit.xml config constants). If connection failed tests will be skipped.

Documentation

Full PHP Censor documentation.

License

PHP Censor is open source software licensed under the BSD-2-Clause license.