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README.md

Climb

climb

A Composer version manager tool made with inspiration from this NPM package. Find newer versions of dependencies than what your composer.json allows.

alt-three/logger                1.0.2      →     1.1.0
graham-campbell/exceptions      5.0.0      →     5.1.0
jenssegers/optimus              0.1.4      →     0.2.0
vinkla/hashids                  1.1.0      →     2.2.0

This is now added to Composer, please use outdated command instead.

composer outdated --outdated

Installation

You can install Climb with either Homebrew (recommended), manually or with Composer.

Homebrew

Run this command to install Climb with Homebrew.

brew install homebrew/php/climb

Manually

You can run the commands below to easily access climb from anywhere on your system.

wget https://github.com/vinkla/climb/releases/download/0.8.1/climb.phar
chmod +x climb
sudo mv climb.phar /usr/local/bin/climb
climb --version

You may also use the downloaded PHAR file directly:

wget https://github.com/vinkla/climb/releases/download/0.8.1/climb.phar
php climb.phar --version

Composer

Run this command to install Climb globally with Composer.

composer global require vinkla/climb

Be sure to have composer binaries in your $PATH:

export PATH=${PATH}:${HOME}/.composer/vendor/bin;

Usage

All Climb commands can does have an optional flag called --global or -g to run on your globally installed packages.

Outdated

Find newer versions of dependencies than what your composer.json allows.

climb
# or
climb outdated

In order to send flags to this command you must write it out as climb outdated. Running for example climb --global wont work. Instead run climb outdated --global to get the correct feedback.

Update

Update composer.json dependencies versions.

climb update

License

Climb is licensed under The MIT License (MIT).