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migrations-generator is a PHP library typically used in Migration, Data Migration, Laravel applications. migrations-generator has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.
Generate Laravel Migrations from an existing database, including indexes and foreign keys!.

kandi-support Support

  • migrations-generator has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 3229 star(s) with 593 fork(s). There are 112 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 67 open issues and 77 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 199 days. There are 16 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of migrations-generator is v2.0.2

quality kandi Quality

  • migrations-generator has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.


  • migrations-generator has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • migrations-generator code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

license License

  • migrations-generator is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.


  • migrations-generator releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
  • migrations-generator saves you 348 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 832 lines of code, 67 functions and 14 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed migrations-generator and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into migrations-generator implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Generate migration .
  • Get foreign key .
  • Register the package services .
  • Convert Index to array
  • Get enum columns
  • Add the decorators .
  • Get foreign key name .
  • Create index name .
  • Creates a SQL statement for dropping a table .
  • Get foreign key constraints .

migrations-generator Key Features

Laravel Migrations Generator: Automatically generate your migrations from an existing database schema.

migrations-generator Examples and Code Snippets

  • Laravel 5 installation
  • Laravel 4 installation

Laravel 5 installation

composer require --dev "xethron/migrations-generator"

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Travis CI: Why does composer sometimes install whole packages, and sometimes not?

Asked 2021-Mar-16 at 22:16

Sometimes when Travis CI is building my package, there's a short list of dependencies, like so:

$ composer install --prefer-source --no-interaction --dev
You are using the deprecated option "--dev". It has no effect and will break in Composer 3.
Installing dependencies from lock file (including require-dev)
Verifying lock file contents can be installed on current platform.
Nothing to install, update or remove
Generating optimized autoload files
> Illuminate\Foundation\ComposerScripts::postAutoloadDump
> @php artisan package:discover --ansi
Discovered Package: facade/ignition
Discovered Package: fideloper/proxy
Discovered Package: fruitcake/laravel-cors
Discovered Package: intervention/image
Discovered Package: kitloong/laravel-migrations-generator
Discovered Package: laravel/breeze
Discovered Package: laravel/cashier
Discovered Package: laravel/sail
Discovered Package: laravel/tinker
Discovered Package: nesbot/carbon
Discovered Package: nunomaduro/collision
Discovered Package: simplesoftwareio/simple-qrcode
Discovered Package: vemcogroup/laravel-sparkpost-driver
Package manifest generated successfully.

And sometimes there's a huge list, like this:

$ composer install --prefer-source --no-interaction --dev
You are using the deprecated option "--dev". It has no effect and will break in Composer 3.
Installing dependencies from lock file (including require-dev)
Verifying lock file contents can be installed on current platform.
Package operations: 0 installs, 48 updates, 0 removals
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  - Syncing webmozart/assert (1.10.0) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-php72 (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-intl-normalizer (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-intl-idn (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-php80 (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-mbstring (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/var-dumper (v5.2.5) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-intl-grapheme (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/string (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing psr/container (1.1.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-php73 (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/console (v5.2.5) into cache
  - Syncing vlucas/phpdotenv (v5.3.0) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/css-selector (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/routing (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/process (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/mime (v5.2.5) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/http-foundation (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/event-dispatcher (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/error-handler (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/http-kernel (v5.2.5) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/finder (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-iconv (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing swiftmailer/swiftmailer (v6.2.7) into cache
  - Syncing ramsey/collection (1.1.3) into cache
  - Syncing brick/math (0.9.2) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/translation (v5.2.5) into cache
  - Syncing nesbot/carbon (2.46.0) into cache
  - Syncing league/mime-type-detection (1.7.0) into cache
  - Syncing laravel/framework (v8.33.0) into cache
  - Syncing filp/whoops (2.10.0) into cache
  - Syncing facade/flare-client-php (1.4.0) into cache
  - Syncing facade/ignition (2.5.14) into cache
  - Syncing asm89/stack-cors (v2.0.3) into cache
  - Syncing guzzlehttp/promises (1.4.1) into cache
  - Syncing laravel/breeze (v1.1.3) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/polyfill-intl-icu (v1.22.1) into cache
  - Syncing symfony/intl (v5.2.4) into cache
  - Syncing stripe/stripe-php (v7.75.0) into cache
  - Syncing laravel/cashier (v12.10.0) into cache
  - Syncing laravel/sail (v1.4.8) into cache
  - Syncing psy/psysh (v0.10.7) into cache
  - Syncing laravel/tinker (v2.6.1) into cache
  - Syncing mockery/mockery (1.4.3) into cache
  - Syncing nunomaduro/collision (v5.3.0) into cache
  - Syncing phar-io/version (3.1.0) into cache
  - Syncing phpunit/phpunit (9.5.2) into cache
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  - Upgrading webmozart/assert (1.9.1 => 1.10.0): Checking out 6964c76c78 from cache
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  - Upgrading symfony/console (v5.2.1 => v5.2.5): Checking out 938ebbadae from cache
  - Upgrading vlucas/phpdotenv (v5.2.0 => v5.3.0): Checking out b3eac5c7ac from cache
  - Upgrading symfony/css-selector (v5.2.1 => v5.2.4): Checking out f65f217b33 from cache
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  - Upgrading symfony/polyfill-iconv (v1.22.0 => v1.22.1): Checking out 06fb361659 from cache
  - Upgrading swiftmailer/swiftmailer (v6.2.5 => v6.2.7): Checking out 15f7faf850 from cache
  - Upgrading ramsey/collection (1.1.1 => 1.1.3): Checking out 28a5c4ab2f from cache
  - Upgrading brick/math (0.9.1 => 0.9.2): Checking out dff976c2f3 from cache
  - Upgrading symfony/translation (v5.2.1 => v5.2.5): Checking out 0947ab1e3a from cache
Source directory /home/travis/build/SecretGroup/MEMBERSHIP-0.2/vendor/nesbot/carbon has uncommitted changes. 

Both times used the same .travis.yml file. So why did one think there was nothing to install, while the other tried to install a lot of packages (and then failed)?


Answered 2021-Mar-16 at 22:15

Travis CI keeps a cache of your vendor folder in order to make builds run quicker (and reduce unnecessary traffic for them). If you've made some changes to your composer.lock file Travis CI may need to update the files stored in the vendor folder.

Other times it won't need to do this, and so will have a shorter build time.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66663681

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No vulnerabilities reported

Install migrations-generator

The recommended way to install this is through composer:. In Laravel 5.5 the service providers will automatically get registered.
Thanks to @jamisonvalenta, you can now generate Migrations in Laravel 5!
feature/laravel-five-stable was forked from way/generators 3.0.3 and was made Laravel 5.0 ready. Jeffrey Way has discontinued support for Laravel 5, so the other artisan generate: commands may not have been made 5.0 compatible. Investigate the artisan make: commands for substitutes, contribute to Laravel to extend generation support, or fix it and submit a PR to jamisonvalenta/feature/laravel-five-stable.
Run the following composer command:.


For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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