Coding standard configuration for SIMGroep PHP projects using fabpot/php-cs-fixer

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Coding standard configuration for SIMGroep PHP projects using friendsofphp/php-cs-fixer


$ composer require simgroep/coding-standards


To customize the default configuration in your project you can add a .php-cs-fixer.php to your project and include the default configuration like this:


$config = require 'vendor/simgroep/coding-standards/php-cs-fixer.dist.php';

            getcwd() . '/src',
            getcwd() . '/test',

return $config;

LEGACY NOTE the deprecated name for the configuration file was .php_cs, and for a legacy use may still require the vendor/simgroep/coding-standards/.php_cs.dist instead

Symfony example

When applying the coding standards to a standard Symfony project you can customize the configuration for a blacklisting approach like this:


$config = require 'vendor/simgroep/coding-standards/.php_cs.dist';


return $config;


Only check for coding standard violations:

$ ./vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix --dry-run --diff --config=vendor/simgroep/coding-standard/.php_cs.dist --stop-on-violation --allow-risky=yes

Fix coding standard violations:

$ ./vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix --diff --config=vendor/simgroep/coding-standard/.php_cs.dist --stop-on-violation --allow-risky=yes

PhpStorm integration

Start by installing this library global:

$ composer global require simgroep/coding-standards

Open PhpStorm and navigate to "Settings" -> "Tools" -> "File Watchers" add one (+). Disable "Immediate file synchronization".

Program: /Users/<username>/.composer/vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer

Arguments: fix $FileDir$/$FileName$ --config=/Users/<username>/.composer/vendor/simgroep/coding-standards/.php_cs.dist

Working dir: $ProjectFileDir$