luyadev/luya-env-dev

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The LUYA DEV ENV repo helps you developing new extension and modules or making pull requests to the luya core repos.

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The LUYA DEV ENV repo helps you developing new extension and modules or making pull requests to the luya core repos.

Installation

Before installing the env dev project, fork the repos you like to work with.

  1. Clone the luya env dev git clone https://github.com/luyadev/luya-env-dev.git
  2. Rename configs/env.php.dist to configs/env.php (mv configs/env.php.dist configs/env.php
  3. Install composer and init repos composer install and afterwards ./vendor/bin/luyadev repo/init
  4. Start the env with docker-compose docker-compose up
  5. You can now ssh (f.e docker exec -it luya-env-dev_luya_web_1 /bin/bash) into the web container and execute the commands ./luya migrate, ./luya import, ./luya admin/setup, ./luya health.
  6. Test your setup and visit localhost:8080 (Maybe you need to create the public_html/assets and runtime storage and enable permissions fro them)

We recommend using docker and therefore using docker-compose up, because this will also run an unglue server you can compile styles with

Working on CMS and Admin

If you need to work on CMS or Admin modules, we recommend the above steps has been done and you are running with docker-compose up.

  1. Edit the module files in the folder repos/luya-module-...
  2. Install deps from the module with composer install (inside the folder of that module, f.e repos/luya-module-admin) (this will install the unglue binary f.e)
  3. If you change js or css code run the unglue watch command in the modules folder: ./vendor/bin/unglue watch --server=localhost:3000

Update your local luya-env-dev repos

To fetch the upstream for all forked modules from the repos folder run:

./vendor/bin/luyadev repo/update

Make sure you push each module after update to get your remote fork even with the upstream.

Its highly recommend to leave the master branch of the modules untouched to ensure that rebasing works properly. Always create a new branch to work on it.

Changes, collaboration and contribution

For all the FORKED repos (not the read only repos) you can now make changes directly in the repos/ folder. Assuming you want to make a change in the luya-admin-module which you have forked to your account:

  1. Go into the luya-module-admin cd /repos/luya-module-admin.
  2. Create new branch and commit your changes git branch my-fix go into branch git checkout my-fix.
  3. Make your changes and add them git add . and commit git commit -m 'Added something ...'.
  4. Push branch to your fork git push origin my-fix.
  5. Create pull request from GitHub.

Run Unit Tests for a Repo

In order to run your tests for the repo please keep in mind that first of all you have to run composer install in the root of the repo (e.g. replos/luya-admin-module) to install all dependencies afterwards run ./vendor/bin/phpunit tests in the root of the repo to run the tests in the tests-folder.

Develop your own module or extension

  1. Clone your repo into the repos folder with ./vendor/bin/luyadev repo/clone USERNAME/REPO_NAME.
  2. Create a Module.php file accordingly to the LUYA guide specifications.
  3. Adding your module via psr-4 binding to your composer.json at the autoload section from luya-env-dev root directory.
  4. Run composer dump-autoload for luya-env-dev.
  5. Include your module in configs/env.php.

If you would like to use the @bower alias inside your own module to include dependencies from vendor/bower keep in mind that dependecies need to be installed via composer inside your luya-env-dev root directory.

Managing assets and vendors in modules and extensions

Please keep in mind that all modules and extensions are treated as independent projects, so do not forget to run in the root directory of the module composer install and probably npm install in the /resources directories of modules to download all needed dependencies.

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