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A new command to validate json config file
The CompatInfo Command-Line Interface always needs a file in JSON format to run. It should be found either in the current,
By setting the
COMPATINFOenvironment variable it is possible to set the filename of
phpcompatinfo.jsonto something else.
It’s very usefull to validate structure of the json configuration file before to run any command of CompatInfoPublished by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-28Example 1. Just run the command below$ phpcompatinfo validate
CompatInfo 3.2.0 has just been released.
Support new stable PHP versions 5.5.15 and 5.4.31
Support PHP 5.6.0RC2
Enhances a lot the documentation for all audiences
Add detection of class methods. See issue GH-100.
Improved stability by fixing most of regressions detected in 3.1
Fixed issue GH-100 explained
It’s the moment to explain new major improvement in class method detection that was fixed today : See GH-100 report.Summary Analysis will report something like:Data Source Analysed Directories 1 Files 1 Summary Analysis Summary Extensions 1 Namespaces 1 Interfaces 0 Traits 0 Classes 1 Methods 1 Functions 0 Constants 0 Internal Functions 0 Versions PHP min 5.3.0 PHP maxNotice that we count now in this analyser the
Methods(diff) used, and not only user elements.Classes Analysis will report something like:Class REF EXT min/Max PHP min/Max DateTime 5.2.0 5.3.0 Total  5.3.0Version 5.3 is due to usage of
DateTime::diffmethod.Extensions Analysis will report something like:Extension REF EXT min/Max PHP min/Max date 5.2.0 5.3.0 Total  5.3.0Version 5.3 is due to usage of
DateTime::diffmethod.Namespaces Analysis will report something like:Namespace REF EXT min/Max PHP min/Max +global 5.3.0 Total  5.3.0Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-22Version 5.3 is due to usage of
Latest preview before stable release
The next stable version 3.2 of CompatInfo is now ready to be release as stable.
We will wait final version of PHP 5.5.15 and PHP 5.4.31 before to publish it.
If you want to test this preview version, you can either :
clone the GitHub repository at least since commit 2185d7e9d2
download the PHAR version at http://bartlett.laurent-laville.org/get/phpcompatinfo-3.1.0-121-g2185d7e.pharPublished by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-18
Full documentation is now available at http://php5.laurent-laville.org/compatinfo/manual/3.2/en/
Final touch before stable release planned next week
The next stable version 3.2 of CompatInfo is on way. We have reached today the last milestone, to enhance stability and fixed regression issues.
There are also some false-positive fixed from the 2.26
If you want to test the current test version, you can either :
clone the GitHub repository at least since commit 94643
download the PHAR version at http://bartlett.laurent-laville.org/get/phpcompatinfo-3.1.0-88-g9464394.phar
Stable Release 3.2.0 is planned next week with a full Migration Guide (still missing from documentation)Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-11
Feedback are welcome !
Analysers reports used the Symfony 2.5 Console Table Component
Data and render were separated on each analyser reports.
While in previous verson 3.x, I’ve introduced a forked
of Symfony Console TableHelper (with footer support), today CompatInfo 3.2 will used the new Symfony 2.5 Console Table Helper.As mentionned by Symfony Team, the Table Helper was deprecated in Symfony 2.5 and will be removed in Symfony 3.0.
We have two challenges to solve here :
introduces again the footer behavior
let each analyser choose to render results
For the first challenge, here are the code used to simulate a footer.<?php use Symfony\Component\Console\Helper\Table; use Symfony\Component\Console\Helper\TableSeparator; $table = new Table($output); $table ->setHeaders(array('ISBN', 'Title', 'Author')) ->setRows(array( array('99921-58-10-7', 'Divine Comedy', 'Dante Alighieri'), array('9971-5-0210-0', 'A Tale of Two Cities', 'Charles Dickens'), array('960-425-059-0', 'The Lord of the Rings', 'J. R. R. Tolkien'), array('80-902734-1-6', 'And Then There Were None', 'Agatha Christie'), new TableSeparator(), array('<info>Footer col.1</info>','<info>Footer col.2</info>','<info>Footer col.3</info>'), )) ; $table->render();
that will render something like :changes the default style to compact<?php $table->setStyle('compact');
that will render something like :changes the default style to borderless<?php $table->setStyle('borderless');
that will render something like :Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-08
Release 3.2.0 planned
The third release of major branch 3 is planned for Monday July 14, 2014.
It will include a new full documentation for all audiences (basic users and developers).
A draft is already available for :
Getting Started section
And will come later :
Full details of API in developer guide
Migration GuidePublished by Laurent Laville on 2014-07-01
Want to have a look, it’s here !