Bury dead code in a project
Bury dead code in a project using Tombs
Download the latest Phar from https://github.com/SolidWorx/Burial/releases
Install into a project (or globally) using Composer
$ composer require solidworx/burial # or $ composer global require solidworx/burial
You should already have Tombs running on an environment and communicating through a socket.
NOTE: You should let Tombs run for at lease a couple of days/weeks, to ensure as much production code is hit as possible.
Run Burial against your code base, providing the Tombs socket as first argument
$ bin/bury http://127.0.0.1:8015 # or $ php bury.phar http://127.0.0.1:8015
This will then remove all the dead code from your project (defaults to the directory where Burial is executed from).
Burial takes the following parameters
|--production-path||Current Working Directory||Set the path of the code on production. This is used to map the production code against your local code.||
|--ignore-dir||NULL||Add multiple directories to ignore (
DO NOT run this directly in your production environment. It will remove code that might still be used. You should only run this on your local machine or a test environment, where you can carefully verify the changes, run unit tests and do proper testing to ensure that nothing is broken.
- Ensure a method is not required from a trait/parent class's interface, extended class etc
- Handle calls without a scope (E.G closures)
- Remove dead functions (only method calls are currently supported)
- Add tests