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Enables provisioning of PHP QA Tools (http://phpqatools.org) using Puppet 2.6+.
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PHP QA Tools

PHP QA Tools enables provisioning most of the quality tools for PHP using Puppet. Refer to http://phpqatools.org for more information.

Dependencies

Tools

Currently, the PHP QA Tools project is provisioning the following tools:

  • PHP_PMD
  • PDepend
  • PHPCPD
  • Phing
  • PHPUnit
  • PHPLOC
  • PHPDCD
  • PHP_CodeSniffer
  • Bytekit

Installation

From the command line:

$ puppet module install rafaelfc/phpqatools

It will download and install the latest release from the official Puppet Modules Repository, under the phpqatools directory. Watch for the dependency listed in the Modulefile (rafaelfc/pear), in case you run into can't find class pear errors.

Usage

Inside of a puppet manifest file (let's call it init.pp):

include phpqatools

Then:

$ puppet apply init.pp

Using Hiera with additional coding standard:

classes:
    - phpqatools
    - git
phpqatools::standard_hash:
    '/usr/share/pear/PHP/CodeSniffer/Standards/Symfony2':
        ensure: latest
        provider: git
        source: 'git://github.com/opensky/Symfony2-coding-standard.git'
        revision: 'master'
'/usr/share/pear/PHP/CodeSniffer/Standards/MyCompany':
    ensure: latest
    provider: git
    source: 'git://github.com/MyCompany/coding-standard.git'
    revision: 'master'
phpqatools::default_standard: Symfony2

Known issues

This module was written to cover only CentOS and Redhat distros (it's tested against CentOS 5.9 and CentOS 6.4). I would really appreciate some help to make it more platform-indepent.

Contributing

Want to contribute?

  • Fork me on github!
  • Pull requests are very welcome!
  • Submit any issue you might eventually find
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