Symfony2 bundle that generates a list of shell aliases for commands registered in the Symfony application
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ServerGroveShellAliasBundle

The ServerGroveShellAliasBundle is a Symfony2 bundle that generates a list of shell aliases for commands registered in the Symfony application. The list of aliases can then be included in /etc/bash_profile or ~/.profile configuration files so the commands can be autocompleted with the tab key.

Usage

$ php app/console generate:shell:aliases
$ php app/console generate:shell:aliases --prefix=myapp --php=/usr/local/bin/php --absolute

The list of aliases that it generates would look like this:

alias console-help="php app/console help"
alias console-list="php app/console list"
alias console-assets-install="php app/console assets:install"
alias console-cache-clear="php app/console cache:clear"
alias console-cache-warmup="php app/console cache:warmup"
alias console-config-dump-reference="php app/console config:dump-reference"
alias console-container-debug="php app/console container:debug"
alias console-router-dump-apache="php app/console router:dump-apache"
alias console-router-debug="php app/console router:debug"
alias console-router-match="php app/console router:match"
alias console-server-run="php app/console server:run"
alias console-translation-update="php app/console translation:update"
alias console-init-acl="php app/console init:acl"
alias console-twig-lint="php app/console twig:lint"
alias console-swiftmailer-spool-send="php app/console swiftmailer:spool:send"
alias console-assetic-dump="php app/console assetic:dump"

Then, you can start typing the name of the command and auto-complete with the tab key: console-s[TAB] will complete to console-server-run.

If the absolute option is defined, the aliases will include the absolute path of the Symfony application, so you can call these commands from anywhere in the filesystem.

Installation:

Add the bundle with Composer:

$ php composer.phar require "servergrove/shell-alias-bundle dev-master"

Enable it in your app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
	$bundles = array(
		...

		new ServerGrove\Bundle\ShellAliasBundle\ServerGroveShellAliasBundle(),
	);

	...
}

More information: