openpsa/installer

Installer for OpenPSA components and projects

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v1.3.0 2019-12-14 10:34 UTC

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README

Installation and setup tools for OpenPSA/MidCOM packages and projects.

Composer Support

Due to the logic of Composer, this basically consists of two parts, a custom installer, that is to say, an implementation of Composer\Installer\InstallerInterface which is used for packages installed in the vendor directory, and static functions that are run from script hooks in the root package.

What the installer will do is link all the schema files to the central Midgard 2 schema dir, and all the static directories (both from themes and from components' static folders) to midcom-static, so that they are accessible via the web server.

Usage

To use the installer in a libary or component, simply set the type key to midcom-package in composer.json. You should also add openpsa/installer to your requires.

To use the installer in a root package, add openpsa/installer to your requires in composer.json. Additionally, add the following hooks:

    "scripts": {
        "post-install-cmd": [
            "openpsa\\installer\\installer::setup_root_package"
        ],
        "post-update-cmd": [
            "openpsa\\installer\\installer::setup_root_package"
        ]
    },

Database setup

The installer package contains a CLI utility to set up new databases. From your project's root directory, you can run it like this:

./vendor/bin/openpsa-installer midgard2:setup

You can pass the name or location of an existing Midgard2 configuration file as an argument to the script, or you can optionally specify the DB type you want to create. Run

./vendor/bin/openpsa-installer help midgard2:setup

to see all available options.

Database Conversion

The installer can also convert (simple) Midgard 1 databases. This performs the following actions:

  • preparing config file Midgard 2 storage and connection (like the setup command)
  • copying contents from multilang tables
  • resetting host fields to 0
  • migrating user accounts

Be advised that this command does not support databases with multiple languages or sitegroups yet. From your project's root directory, you can run it like this:

./vendor/bin/openpsa-installer midgard2:convert

You can pass the name or location of an existing Midgard2 configuration file as an argument to the script, or you can optionally specify the auth (i.e. password storage) type you want to use. This can be useful if you have used encrypted passwords under Midgard1. By setting authtype to Legacy, you can migrate them unchanged.

Run

./vendor/bin/openpsa-installer help midgard2:convert

to see all available options.