kandi X-RAY | PHP-CS-Fixer Summary
kandi X-RAY | PHP-CS-Fixer Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Fix indentation .
- Generate the documentation for a fixer .
- Returns an array of new positions .
- Describes a rule .
- Fix function tokens .
- Fixes a file .
- Checks if a token is a variable .
- Find control structures of given tokens .
- Generate the documentation for all available Rules .
- Validate rules .
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I've a composer based TYPO3 installation, which contains a private gitlab-repository. The private git-repository should be used as
dev-master (as a real repository) so that I'm able to develope inside. But composer checks out only the master repository files, but without the
Any clue what's wrong? In some other projects this works like expected.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 06:36
Can you try the following:
Add this to your
i am creating a vue component
but i am getting the following error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-02 at 16:52
I already had the same issue, fix it with:
In my php-cs-fixer.php I have this line:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-10 at 20:56
According to upgrade guide you should use
operators to choose needed strategy for each operator.
So in your case config will look like following:
I'm trying to test a bundle on different versions of Symfony with github actions. I tried to configure my job as explained in Best practices for reusable bundles
Here is my job:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 16:21
It seems that
export command isn't environment-proof.
Finally, I removed these lines:
I'm currently working on an OroPlatform project, which is based on Symfony 4.4 and deployed on Platform.sh.
I'm facing the following issue during the build phase of the deployment:
- My app needs the package
- I don't know why, but on the Platform.sh server my app uses the
symfony/processpackage installed for the composer binary installed globally, but this one is a 5.X version
- So, I've got an error and I can't install my app because it uses the 5.X version instead of the 4.X
- That's why I've found a workaround by using Composer 1.9.3 because it uses
symfony/process4.4.X, the same used by my app.
It was working well, but yesterday I have to bump the composer version to latest 1.X due to the Github OAuth token changes: https://nono.ma/github-oauth-token-for-github-com-contains-invalid-characters-on-composer-installIssue
So, I'm still facing this issue with the 4.X version and the 5.X version.
I've tried to install the dependencies of my project this way :
composer install -n -o -a but the bug still occurs.
I'm looking for a way to force my project to use the dependencies located in the
vendor folder of my app and not the ones installed globally. Here is a screenshot of the issue on the Platform.sh server:
And here is a schema of the path of my app and composer on a Platform.sh server:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-23 at 17:17
Try installing the package, so it will be added to your composer.json file.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 09:19
I updated October CMS System with "composer update", but plugins with "php artisan october:update" command.
I found solution on the docs:
IMPORTANT: If you are using using composer do NOT run this command without first making sure that cms.disableCoreUpdates is set to true. Doing so will cause conflicts between the marketplace version of October and the version available through composer. In order to update the core October installation when using composer run composer update instead.
So i set "disableCoreUpdates = true" on the cms config file and works fine. I can update all plugins without to update a system.
I'm attempting to modify the
OrderedImportsFixer class in php-cs-fixer so I can clean up my files the way I want. What I want is to order my imports in a fashion similar to what you'd see in a filesystem listing, with "directories" listed before "files".
So, given this array:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 22:23
I believe the following should work:
I migrated my application from symfony 2.8 to symfony 3.4.
In Web,it works perfectly. But when i launched functional tests, I had the following results:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-27 at 09:55
Finally I found the solution.
So, following the migration from Symfony 2.8 to symfony 3.4, you have to move the bootstrap.php.cache file from the "app" folder to the "var" folder and so, you have to modify the path of this file in the phpunit.xml configuration.
As I understand it with an Elastic Beanstalk if you include a
composer.json file in root directory and DO NOT include a vendor file than composer will automatically handle the library from the JSON instructions.
composer.json file is as per the current 51 line json file on PHPMailer Github and it sits in my EB root folder with
Then I have this PHP script (
public/phphead.php), copied from AWS docs
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-02 at 08:44
I haven't used EB, but based on your assumption that it will run
composer install when needed, you need to include a valid
You are including the package's composer.json. So you are installing the PHPMailer's dependencies, but not PHPMailer itself.
You need to create your own
composer.json file for your project/application, where you declare PHPMailer a dependency for your app.
I can't make the api work at all. First of all i was interrested in OROCRM only and not oroCommerce, so my first step was taken here : https://github.com/oroinc/crm-application/tree/master
Great, now i follow the installation link on that github and end up here : https://doc.oroinc.com/backend/setup/dev-environment/manual-installation/crm-ce/
Ok it looks nice and documented, BUT when i reached this part : https://doc.oroinc.com/backend/setup/dev-environment/manual-installation/crm-ce/#step-3-oro-app-name-application-installation
The composer link is wrong :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-26 at 13:03
Oro commerce installation (v. 4.0).
You are using a 4.0 version, but browse documentation for 4.1 version. In 4.0 there was no such an option and API was always enabled. There is no documentation for the 4.0 version as it's unsupported preview version. Consider to upgrade, or if it's a new installation, better to reinstall the plain CRM
The composer link is wrong
Yes, you are right, we'll fix it, thanks for noticing.
For now, you can install 4.1 version of OroCRM by following the documentation on a website, except the composer application name, please replace it to the
Please install 4.1 version of a CRM application and start over. If it will still not work, look for error messages in a
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