geshan/pdepend-analyzer

Pdepend Analyze is a command line tool that analyzes the summary xml file generated by PHP Depend like cyclomatic complexity and N-Path complexity

0.1.0 2014-10-20 14:54 UTC

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Pdepend Analyze is a command line tool that analyzes the summary xml file generated by Pdepend. For now it shows the methods that have the highest Cylcomatic Complexity and N-Path Complexity in the Pdepend summary XML file generated for any given code base. There is a pdepend process command line tool that formats the Pdepend summary xml as HTML, its very useful. This command line tool can be used as part of the tests or even as a pre-commit hook to lower down the software complexity.

Prerequisites

This library needs PHP 5.4+.

It has been tested using PHP 5.4 to PHP 5.6.

Installation

You can install the library directly with composer:

"geshan/pdepend-analyzer": "0.1.0"

Usage

To you this command line tool, you will need to generate your code metrics using PDepend with command like below:

 ᐅ phpdepend --summary-xml=/tmp/summary.xml /path/to/your/src

For more information about Pdepend refer to its docs.

After you have your summary.xml file with the software metrics of your code base you can run the pdepend-analyzer in in the following ways:

Run analyze with default params

 ᐅ ./pdepend-analyze --file=tests/Pdepend/Fixtures/summary.xml

Run analyze with custom params

 ᐅ ./pdepend-analyze --file=tests/Pdepend/Fixtures/summary.xml  --cyclomatic-complexity-limit=2 --npath-complexity-limit=5

Screen shot of usage with custom params

Pdepend Analyzer Screenshot

Tests

PHPUnit is used to test the command line tool. You will need composer to get the dependencies. To run tests locally, execute the following commands in project root:

 ᐅ composer install --prefer-source
 ᐅ ./vendor/bin/phpunit --configuration phpunit.xml --bootstrap vendor/autoload.php

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