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I have a Drupal 8 installation where I want to use the
squizlabs/php_codesniffer with PhpStorm.
I installed phpcs with Composer by following this documentation from Drupal itself https://www.drupal.org/docs/contributed-modules/code-review-module/installing-coder-sniffer#s-composer-installer-plugin. I installed it with this command
composer global require drupal/coder dealerdirect/phpcodesniffer-composer-installer which also installs
squizlabs/php_codesniffer. At this point everything is working and phpcs is installed in my users
When I execute
phpcs --config-show I get this output:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 11:20
I managed to fix it myself. For those who still need a solution I need to disappoint you. I just deleted my project and installed it again. After that the error doesn't appear anymore. This proves that phpcs or Drupal isn't the issue. It was my project setup.
Just installed php_codesniffer and coder:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 11:59
Excuting an order:
I was studying composer, and when creating this script, it returns 'event returned with error code 2', but it doesn't prevent execution, when I run it directly without composer it also works, and it doesn't give this error, I would like to know why this error occurs and how to resolve it. Thanks....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 22:07
End of line character is invalid; expected "\n" but found "\r\n"
Your line endings need to be LF and not CRLF, here's an article which explains the difference. If you're using VSCode then you can change the line ending in the bottom right where it uses CRLF by default. If you're not using VSCode then you will need to Google how to change the line endings for your IDE.Second Warning
Expected 1 newline at end of file; 0 found
PSR12 coding standards require an empty line at the end of your PHP files.Third Warning
A closing tag is not permitted at the end of a PHP file
PSR12 coding standards state that closing PHP tags at the end of the file should be omitted.
I was going to remove (uninstall) PEAR and Zend standards from my phpcs (provided by composer installation in my windows 11)
according to this answer i manually deleted these two folders (PEAR and Zend) from below location:
Now there is no PEAR and Zend in the result of phpcs -i command as expected but I've encountered below error every time I run vscode:
ERROR: Referenced sniff "PEAR.Functions.ValidDefaultValue" does not exist Run "phpcs --help" for usage information
Also "PHP sniffer" extension doesn't work any more and doesn't show violations anymore in my php script!
I checked vscode's "settings.json" file but there is not any rule containing PEAR or Zend in it!
Composer is installed using compower-setup.exe file in windows 11.
vscode version 1.63.2
vscode extension: php Sniffer by wongjn
What's wrong with this? was manually deleting those standard folders there right way to uninstall those standards from system?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 05:05
The included coding standards all borrow from each other. PEAR is the oldest standard and so most of the newer ones build upon it, including PSR2. PSR12 then builds on PSR2. So these standards reference sniffs in other standards.
Do not remove any folders from the core PHPCS installation, even if you don't need the standards. Especially the Generic, PEAR, and Squiz folders. You will 100% break other standards if you remove any of these.
If you want to see what sniffs are used by a standard, you can run
phpcs -e --standard=STANDARD
For example, running
phpcs -e --standard=PSR12 shows that the PSR12 standard includes 60 sniffs from 6 different standards.
I'm using PHP_CodeSniffer in my GitLab CI/CD pipelines to ensure my code is properly formatted. The job looks like follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-08 at 14:38
Why not download any tagged version from Github through https://github.com/squizlabs/PHP_CodeSniffer/releases, like https://github.com/squizlabs/PHP_CodeSniffer/releases/download/3.6.0/phpcs.phar?
Using a PHAR is better than installing such stuff using Composer, as you might install other incompatible dependencies that way (this is not the case with phpcs, but other tools like phpmd install other dependencies from Symfony)
I have installed PHPCS from composer.json...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-31 at 19:50
Assumed that you have both
Best practice is to use the dedicated package for phpcs:
That means: include a dependency for
squizlabs/php_codesniffer in your
composer.json file (which you did).
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.
Using php 7.2...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-17 at 14:30
This seems to be a problem with the virtual box filesystem. I created an issue to composer and hopefully more insight will be gained.
This has been fixed in PHP Storm 2020.3
I utilize PHP CodeSniffer and PHP Mess Detector to lint my code in PhpStorm. Until recently, I have been able to create custom severity levels (as shown below) and it will highlight my code accordingly if there is a violation.
What I found is that if I used one of the built in severity levels (e.g. Weak Error, Error, Sever Problem), the inspections and highlighting appear as I would expect, so it is not a problem with the installation of CodeSniffer or Mess Detector.
What I do to replicate the problem
- Go under Inspections -> Quality Tools -> PHP_CodeSniffer Validation
- Choose "Error" severity (all scopes)
- Linting works as configured -- see below.
- Click Edit Severity -> "Edit Severities" and create a custom Profile (e.g. CS Violation)
- Set Colors and promote severity level to the top.
- Click Apply
- Editor now says "No Violations Found" and Syntax highlighting, feedback is missing as show below.
Is this a known bug or are there now additional tasks that must be completed in order to use custom severity levels in PhpStorm?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-01 at 17:13
It's a known issue (if I'm getting your description correctly): https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WI-52633
Watch that ticket (star/vote/comment) to get notified on any progress.
No vulnerabilities reported
The default coding standard used by PHP_CodeSniffer is the PEAR coding standard. To check a file against the PEAR coding standard, simply specify the file's location:. Or if you wish to check an entire directory you can specify the directory location instead of a file.
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