Automatically open files in editor when Artisan make:* is executed
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Last update: 2020-03-31 15:48:22 UTC
A package that makes it easy to have the
artisan make: commands open the newly created file in your editor of choice.
composer require --dev ahuggins/open-on-make
This package defaults to VS Code using the
code command, this can be changed by using the Artisan command:
php artisan open:install
It will ask you which editor you want, enter the corresponding number and hit enter. It will update your env file with the CLI command.
You can still set this manually, this was intended to streamline the process, make it a little faster and one less thing to look up.
Feel free to suggest or open a PR with additional editors if anything is missing.
OPEN_ON_MAKE_EDITOR=nameOfCliCommandForEditor OPEN_ON_MAKE_FLAGS='-a' // Flags you need passed to the above Command
Most people will probably only need to add
OPEN_ON_MAKE_EDITORto their .env file.
publish the package config with
php artisan vendor:publish --tag=open-on-make
Some team members may want to disable this feature.
You can explicitly disable this package by setting the
OPEN_ON_MAKE_ENABLED environment variable:
OPEN_ON_MAKE_EDITOR=pstorm Setup Instructions: https://www.jetbrains.com/help/phpstorm/opening-files-from-command-line.html
OPEN_ON_MAKE_EDITOR=atom Provided you have shell commands installed: https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1791228/38758555-814eb602-3f3f-11e8-8071-3c9690bb0374.png
VS Code =
OPEN_ON_MAKE_EDITOR=code Provided you have the
code shell command installed: https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/setup/mac
Licensed under the MIT license