sourceability/console-toolbar-bundle

This bundle enables displaying the web toolbar in the console/terminal.

0.1.12 2022-07-27 14:56 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2022-11-27 15:41:29 UTC


README

Render the symfony profiler toolbar in your terminal.

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Each panel links to the corresponding web profiler page. Make sure to use a terminal that support hyperlinks to leverage this feature.

Installation

Install the bundle using composer:

$ composer require --dev sourceability/console-toolbar-bundle

Enable the bundle by updating config/bundles.php:

return [
    Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\FrameworkBundle::class => ['all' => true],
    // ...
    FriendsOfBehat\SymfonyExtension\Bundle\FriendsOfBehatSymfonyExtensionBundle::class => ['dev' => true, 'test' => true],
    Sourceability\ConsoleToolbarBundle\SourceabilityConsoleToolbarBundle::class => ['dev' => true, 'test' => true],
];

Configure the bundle in config/packages/{dev,test}/sourceability_console_toolbar.yaml:

sourceability_console_toolbar:
    toolbar:
        hidden_panels:
            - config
            - form
            - validator
            - logger

If your application is not exposed at http://localhost exactly, make sure that you've configured the router request context for your environment.

By default, the profiler does not always run in the test environment. You can enable it like this:

--- a/config/packages/test/web_profiler.yaml
+++ b/config/packages/test/web_profiler.yaml
@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ web_profiler:
     intercept_redirects: false

 framework:
-    profiler: { collect: false }
+    profiler: { enabled:true, collect: true, only_exceptions: false }

Also add web profiler routes in config/routes/test/web_profiler.yaml

web_profiler_wdt:
    resource: '@WebProfilerBundle/Resources/config/routing/wdt.xml'
    prefix: /_wdt

web_profiler_profiler:
    resource: '@WebProfilerBundle/Resources/config/routing/profiler.xml'
    prefix: /_profiler

Behat

This bundle becomes really useful when writing/debugging behat scenarios.

First enable the behat extension by adding the following to your behat configuration:

default:
    extensions:
        FriendsOfBehat\SymfonyExtension: ~
        Sourceability\ConsoleToolbarBundle\Behat\SymfonyToolbarExtension: ~

This will display the console toolbar whenever a new symfony profile is detected:

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PHPUnit

Add the following to your phpunit.xml configuration:

    <extensions>
        <extension class="Sourceability\ConsoleToolbarBundle\PHPUnit\ConsoleToolbarExtension">
            <arguments>
                <boolean>false</boolean> <!-- always show, if false use: TOOLBAR=true phpunit ...-->
                <integer>4</integer> <!-- Indentation -->
            </arguments>
        </extension>
    </extensions>

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Console

bin/console now has a new global option --toolbar:

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This feature requires sourceability/instrumentation with the following bundle configuration:

sourceability_instrumentation:
    profilers:
        symfony:
            enabled: true
    listeners:
        command:
            enabled: true