php-censor/php-censor

PHP Censor is a open source self-hosted continuous integration server for PHP projects (PHPCI fork).

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1.1.1 2019-06-15 03:21 UTC

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PHP Censor

PHP Censor is a open source self-hosted continuous integration server for PHP projects (PHPCI fork). Official twitter @php_censor.

Actual PHP Censor versions and release branches:

Version Branch Status Minimal PHP Version
1.0 release-1.0 Last stable version 5.6
1.1 release-1.1 Current stable version 5.6
1.2 master Future stable minor version (WIP) 5.6
2.0 pre-release-2.0 Future stable major version (WIP) 7.1

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System requirements

  • Unix-like OS (Windows isn't supported);

  • PHP 5.6+ (with OpenSSL support and enabled functions: exec(), shell_exec() and proc_open());

  • Web-server (Nginx or Apache2);

  • Database (MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL);

  • Beanstalkd queue;

Features

  • Clone project from GitHub, Bitbucket (Git/Hg), GitLab, Git, Hg (Mercurial), SVN (Subversion) or from local directory;

  • Set up and tear down database tests for PostgreSQL, MySQL or SQLite;

  • Install Composer dependencies;

  • Run tests for PHPUnit, Atoum, Behat, Codeception and PHPSpec;

  • Check code via Lint, PHPParallelLint, Pdepend, PHPCodeSniffer, PHPCpd, PHPCsFixer, PHPDocblockChecker, PHPLoc, PHPMessDetector, PHPTalLint and TechnicalDebt;

  • Run through any combination of the other supported plugins, including Campfire, CleanBuild, CopyBuild, Deployer, Env, Git, Grunt, Gulp, PackageBuild, Phar, Phing, Shell and Wipe;

  • Send notifications on Email, XMPP, Slack, IRC, Flowdock, HipChat and Telegram;

  • Use your LDAP-server for authentication;

Changelog

Versions changelog.

Roadmap

See milestones.

Installing

  • Go to the directory in which you want to install PHP Censor, for example: /var/www:
cd /var/www
  • Create project by Composer:
composer create-project \
    php-censor/php-censor \
    php-censor.local \
    --keep-vcs

Or download latest archive from GitHub, unzip it and run composer install.

  • Create empty database for application (MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL);

  • Install Beanstalkd Queue (Optional, if you are going to use queue with Worker):

# For Debian-based
aptitude install beanstalkd
  • Install PHP Censor itself:
cd ./php-censor.local

# Interactive installation
./bin/console php-censor:install

# Non-interactive installation
./bin/console php-censor:install \
    --url='http://php-censor.local' \
    --db-type=pgsql \
    --db-host=localhost \
    --db-pgsql-sslmode=prefer \
    --db-name=php-censor \
    --db-user=php-censor \
    --db-password=php-censor \
    --db-port=null \
    --admin-name=admin \
    --admin-password=admin \
    --admin-email='admin@php-censor.local' \
    --queue-use=1 \
    --queue-host=localhost \
    --queue-port=11300 \
    --queue-name=php-censor

# Non-interactive installation with prepared config.yml file
./bin/console php-censor:install \
    --config-from-file=yes \
    --admin-name=admin \
    --admin-password=admin \
    --admin-email='admin@php-censor.local'

Installing via Docker

If you want to install PHP Censor as Docker container, you can use php-censor/docker-php-censor project.

Updating

  • Go to your PHP Censor directory (to /var/www/php-censor.local for example):

    cd /var/www/php-censor.local
  • Pull the latest code from repository by Git (If you want latest master branch):

    git checkout master
    git pull -r

    Or pull latest version:

    git fetch
    git checkout <version>
  • Update the Composer dependencies: composer install

  • Update the database scheme:

    ./bin/console php-censor-migrations:migrate
  • Restart Supervisord workers (If you use workers and Supervisord):

    sudo supervisorctl status
    sudo supervisorctl restart <worker:worker_00>
    ...
    sudo supervisorctl restart <worker:worker_nn>

    Or restart Systemd workers (If you use workers and Systemd):

    sudo systemctl restart <worker@1.service>
    ...
    sudo systemctl restart <worker@n.service>

Configuring project

There are several ways to set up the project:

  • Add project without any project config (Runs "zero-config" plugins, including: Composer, TechnicalDebt, PHPLoc, PHPCpd, PHPCodeSniffer, PHPMessDetector, PHPDocblockChecker, PHPParallelLint, PHPUnit and Codeception);

  • Similar to Travis CI, to support PHP Censor in your project, you simply need to add a .php-censor.yml file to the root of your repository;

  • Add project config in PHP Censor project page (And it will cancel file config from project repository);

The project config should look something like this:

setup:
  composer:
    action:    "install"
    directory: "."
test:
  php_unit:
    config: "phpunit.xml"
  php_mess_detector:
    allow_failures: true
  php_code_sniffer:
    standard: "PSR2"
  php_cpd:
    allow_failures: true
complete:
  email:
    default_mailto_address: admin@php-censor.local

More details about configuring project.

Migrations

Run to apply latest migrations:

cd /path/to/php-censor
./bin/console php-censor-migrations:migrate

Run to create new migration:

cd /path/to/php-censor
./bin/console php-censor-migrations:create NewMigrationName

Tests

cd /path/to/php-censor

./vendor/bin/phpunit --configuration ./phpunit.xml.dist --coverage-html ./tests/runtime/coverage -vvv --colors=always

For Phar plugin tests set 'phar.readonly' setting to Off (0) in php.ini config. Otherwise tests will be skipped.

For database tests create empty 'test_db' database on 'localhost' with user/password: root/<empty> for MySQL and with user/password: postgres/<empty> for PostgreSQL (You can change default test user, password and database name in phpunit.xml[.dist] config constants). If connection failed tests will be skipped.

Documentation

Full PHP Censor documentation.

License

PHP Censor is open source software licensed under the BSD-2-Clause license.