Tools for magento 2 developers

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v0.3.1 2022-05-26 14:21 UTC


The perfect starting point to analyse the PHP quality of our Algolia Magento 2 extension

💡 Getting Started

First, install globally the magento2-tools:

composer global require algolia/magento2-tools

Make sure to place Composer's system-wide vendor bin directory in your $PATH so the magento2-tool executable can be located by your system.

Finally, you can launch the quality tools with:

{command} path/to/magento/extension

Here is the list of available commands:

  • magento2-lint: Runs the linter and fixes the found issues - configuration file under algoliasearch-magento-2/.php_cs.

  • magento2-types: Runs the type checker and displays the found issues - configuration file under algoliasearch-magento-2/phpstan.neon.

  • magento2-php-compatibility: Checks if your code is compatibility between multiple all php versions supported by magento.

  • magento2-test: Runs all previous commands in --dry-run mode.

Release process

  • Clear your the local repository with: git add . && git reset --hard
  • Make sure you are on the latest master branch: git checkout master && git pull

Note: make sure that there is no breaking changes and you may use git tag --list to check the latest release

  • Bump version in the file bin/magento2-update
  • Commit the bin/magento2-update with the message: git commit -m "chore: bumps version to vX.X.X"
  • git push
  • git tag vX.X.X
  • git push --tags
  • Create a new release with the name vX.X.X under

Developers will get the new version via the auto-update mechanism of this tool.

📄 License

magento2-tools is an open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.