Simple phar creation for your projects managed via composer
Simple phar creation for any project managed via composer.
It takes your existing project's
composer.json and builds an executable phar
for your project among with its bundled dependencies.
- Create a single executable phar archive, including its dependencies (i.e. vendor directory included)
- Automated build process
- Zero additional configuration
Note: This project is in beta stage! It's been tested against a wide range of packages and we have yet to find any major issues. Feel free to report any issues you encounter.
Once clue/phar-composer is installed, you can use it via command line like this.
This tool supports several sub-commands. To get you started, you can now use the following simple command:
This will actually execute the
search command that allows you to interactively search and build any package
listed on packagist (see below description of the search command for more details).
build command can be used to build an executable single-file phar (php archive) for any project
managed by composer:
$ phar-composer build ~/path/to/your/project
The second argument can be pretty much everything that can be resolved to a valid project managed by composer. Besides creating phar archives for locally installed packages like above, you can also easily download and bundle packages from packagist.org like this:
$ phar-composer build d11wtq/boris
The above will download and install the latest stable tagged release (if any). You can also specify a tagged version like this:
$ phar-composer build clue/phar-composer:0.3.*
Or you can specify to install the head of a given branch like this:
$ phar-composer build clue/phar-composer:dev-master
A similar syntax can be used to clone a package from any git URL. This is particularly useful for private packages or temporary git clones not otherwise listed on packagist:
$ phar-composer build https://github.com/composer/composer.git
The above will clone the repository and check out the default branch. Again, you can specify either a tag or branch name very similar to how composer works:
$ phar-composer build https://github.com/composer/composer.git:dev-master
install command will both build the given package and then
install it into the system-wide bin directory
/usr/local/bin (usually already
$PATH). This works for any package name or URL just like with the
build command, e.g.:
$ phar-composer install phpunit/phpunit
After some (lengthy) build output, you should now be able to run it by just issuing:
In essence, the
install command will basically just issue a
build and then
sudo mv $target.phar /usr/local/bin/$target. It will ask you for your sudo password
when necessary, so it's not needed (and in fact not recommended) to run the whole
search command provides an interactive command line search.
It will ask for the package name and issue an search via packagist.org's API and
present a list of matching packages. So if you don't know the exact package name,
you can use the following command:
$ phar-composer search boris
It uses an interactive command line menu to ask you for the matching package name,
its version and will then offer you to either
You can grab a copy of clue/phar-composer in either of the following ways.
You can simply download a pre-compiled and ready-to-use version as a Phar to any directory:
$ wget http://www.lueck.tv/phar-composer/phar-composer.phar
That's it. You can now verify everything works by running:
$ php phar-composer.phar --version
The above usage examples assume you've installed phar-composer system-wide to your $PATH (recommended), so you have the following options:
Only use phar-composer locally and adjust the usage examples: So instead of running
$ phar-composer --version, you have to type
$ php phar-composer.phar --version.
installcommand to install itself to your $PATH by running:
$ php phar-composer.phar install clue/phar-composer
Or you can manually make the
phar-composer.pharexecutable and move it to your $PATH by running:
$ chmod 755 phar-composer.phar $ sudo mv phar-composer.phar /usr/local/bin/phar-composer
If you have installed phar-composer system-wide, you can now verify everything works by running:
$ phar-composer --versionUpdating phar
There's no separate
update procedure, simply overwrite the existing phar with the new version downloaded.
This project requires PHP 5.3+ and Composer:
$ git clone https://github.com/clue/phar-composer.git $ cd phar-composer $ curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php $ php composer.phar install
You can now verify everything works by running phar-composer like this:
$ php bin/phar-composer --version
Optionally, you can now build the above mentioned
phar-composer.phar yourself by issuing:
$ php bin/phar-composer build
Optionally, you can now follow the above instructions for a system-wide installation.Updating manually
$ git pull $ php composer.phar install