kalessil/production-dependencies-guard

Prevents adding of development packages into require-section (should be require-dev).

dev-master 2021-06-11 06:14 UTC

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Last update: 2021-11-11 06:57:11 UTC


README

Prevents development packages from being added into require and getting into production environment. In practical field prevents e.g. debug tool-bars deployment into production environments.

Additionally, you can configure the guard to decline packages with missing/unfit license, abandoned or mentioning debug in description and analyze packages on basis of composer.lock (deeper analysis).

Installation

composer require --dev kalessil/production-dependencies-guard:dev-master

Configuration

Additional guard checks can be enabled in the top-level composer.json file:

{
    "name": "...",

    "extra": {
        "production-dependencies-guard": [
            "check-lock-file",
            "check-description",
            "check-license",
            "check-abandoned",
            
            "white-list:vendor/package-one",
            "white-list:vendor/package-two",
            
            "accept-license:MIT",
            "accept-license:proprietary"
        ]
    }
}
  • white-list:... adds a package to white-list, so it's not getting reported in spite of violations
  • check-lock-file uses composer.lock instead of composer.json, allowing deeper dependencies analysis
  • check-description enables description and keywords analysis (searches debug), allowing to detect custom dev-packages
  • check-abandoned enables abandoned packages checking
  • check-license enables license checking (packages must provide license information)
  • accept-license:... specifies which licenses should be accepted (if the setting omitted, any license incl. proprietary)

Usage

When the package is added to require-dev section of your composer.json file ("kalessil/production-dependencies-guard": "dev-master"), it'll prevent adding dev-packages into require section. Since dev-packages has no security guaranties (not intended for production use, only development purposes), this also improves your application security.

composer require --dev kalessil/production-dependencies-guard:dev-master

composer require phpunit/phpunit:*
# it should be `composer require --dev phpunit/phpunit:*` here

will run with an error (profit!):

./composer.json has been updated

Installation failed, reverting ./composer.json to its original content.

[RuntimeException]                                                                   
  Dependencies guard has found violations in require-dependencies (source: manifest):  
   - phpunit/phpunit: dev-package-name

Stability

This package is only available in its dev-master version: according to the package purpose.