CLI for easier PrestaShop development. Actually it's just for the lazy people.
I always use Rakefiles and Makefiles for lots of tasks. With this gem you can use these tasks without having to create any *akefiles. For more infos about how and why see: Introducing Shop.
Shop has been developed to work with PrestaShop 1.5 and 1.4 (support for 1.6 will be added once it's realeased).
gem install shop
Creates a new Prestashop project with:
shop new <directory> [version] # example: shop new # Download the framework (stable version) in the current directory shop new new-store # Download the framework in a new directory `new-store`
Download the latest stable version (1.5) of PrestaShop in the current directory or in a subdirectory if you provide the name as argument.
Even if the 1.6 version is not out yet you can create new projects with this version by passing the version as an argument:
shop new 1.6 # Create a new project in the current directory with Prestashop 1.6 shop new new-store 1.6 # Create a new project in a new directory `new-store` with the version 1.6
Note: Shop can work with an existing PrestaShop project, all you need is to initialize the Shop project (see Initialization below)
Since 1.5.4 PrestaShop provides a CLI to install your PrestaShop. You can try to remember every arguments, or just use the Shop task and stay relatively sane (no offense to the PrestaShop developers but... come on). You will need to create the database before running this task.
# php install/cli.php --name=Romain --lol=whyamitypingallthis # nope shop install
Note: the install task actually runs the PrestaShop PHP CLI. It just makes you happier with a nice prompt.
For some tasks, Shop will need to know the name of the theme you're using. To do that you need to init the project with:
shop init <theme-name> # example: shop init my-theme
Creates overrides files for controllers and classes.
shop override <controller|class> <name> [admin] # examples: # generate an override for the Product controller shop override controller Product # by default the controller will be placed in override/controllers/admin. To create an override in # override/controllers/admin add the `admin` argument: shop override controller AdminProducts admin # generate an override for the Product class shop override class Product
You can generate new pages for PrestaShop easily with the
controller command. This will create the controller, template, CSS and JS files you need to create a new page.
shop controller <page-name> # example: shop controller CustomPage
The modules related tasks will need the Shop project to be initialized
Creates a new module (with simple module boilerplate):
shop module <name> # example: shop module dinozaure
Creates a module template:
shop module template <module-name> <hook-name> # example: shop module template blockcategories blockcategories
Creates a module css file in your theme:
shop module css <module-name> # example: shop module css blockcategories
Cleans the css and js caches.
shop clean [cache] # cleans the css and js caches
When you create a new override for a controller or a class, the class index needs to be rewritten. You can call this task
shop clean class # clean the class index - automatically done when generating a new controller or class
By default the
clean task will clean the cache so you can just use
Note: The class index is automatically regenerated when you create an override with Shop. You probably won't need to run this command.
Run jshint on the theme's files.
To run jshint on the theme's files and the modules' files, run it with the
shop jshint modules
To run jshint on every files run it with the
hard argument (prepare yourself for a crapload of errors):
shop jshint hard
Okay I kinda lied. I still use a Makefile, but only for production servers, as they rarely run gems and I don't necessarily want to install a tool for a limited use (Shop is primarily built for development purpose). But some of these tasks can be usefull on production servers. Shop can generate a Makefile file that will allow you to run some tasks.
The Makefile task will need the Shop project to be initialized
If you already use a Makefile, the tasks will be added to it. If you don't, it will create a Makefile.
You can then use these tasks. Their effect are similar to the Shop tasks.
make clean-cache make clean-class
You can get a list of the available commands with the help:
You can use a configuration file to automate some values in the templates files created (modules and for the installation of PrestaShop). You can edit this file with the command
It will open the config file in your
$EDITOR. It's YAML so it shouldn't be scary.
To enable autocompletion with Shop, see the docs.
Shop has been developed and tested on osx. It may not work on platforms other than *nix, particularly the
new command that uses the unix
unzip command. I plan on working on rewriting this part with only Ruby so it could work everywhere. I'm not going to try it on Windows so feel free to open issues (or even better, contribute) if you notice something not working as expected.
If you become billionaire with a shop made with the help of Shop you can be cool and buy me a beer.