Reflect 2.3.0 has just been released.

News :

  • add new --manifest option for PHAR distribution to show dependencies bundled

  • add new validate command to check syntax of your JSON configuration file

Changes :

  • HOME syntax is compatible both Linux and Windows to look for JSON configuration file, and file cache location (see cache plugin)

  • clean-up code (removed unused Use statements)

  • Cache plugin may now be used with all API (including CLI)

  • Cache in CLI mode provide a new command cache:clear to clean selective contents (by data source) of previous cached results

  • Cache in CLI mode is verbose when you used the --profile option

  • remove require-dev entries in composer.json

Bugs :

  • invalidate a cache entry when source code is modified (Thanks to Remi Collet to notice me issue)

Download :

Alternatively, you may use Composer and install it via Packagist.

Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-08-21