Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the dependent libraries your project needs and it will install them in your project for you.
This is a CakePHP plugin to use Composer conveniently with your CakePHP project.
There is no need to pre-install Composer. This plugin will automatically download the latest version if Composer is not installed at your system.
Download the plugin and place it at
cd APP/Plugin git clone git://github.com/uzyn/cakephp-composer.git Composer
Load the plugin by adding this line to the bottom of your app's
<?php CakePlugin::load('Composer', array('bootstrap' => true));
That's all! Composer is ready for use.
composer.jsonis located at
APP/composer.json. It is automatically created if it is not found. Packages are installed to
APP/Vendoras per CakePHP convention. Invoke Composer from command line with
For example, to install opauth/opauth using Composer's
cd APP Console/cake composer.c require opauth/opauth:0.*
To install packages defined at
Console/cake composer.c install
This plugin also makes use of Composer's autoloader. Start using a Composer-loaded classes right away without needing
For example, to instantiate a new Opauth object, simply instantiate Opauth from anywhere in your CakePHP application:
<?php $Opauth = new Opauth();
To run the plugin non-interactively, especially to automatically install
composer.phar (see #8), you can include
-y option, eg.
Console/cake composer.c install -y.
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