Easily format your Laravel Code with this Configuration file and accompanying artisan command.
This package is deprecated. We encourage you to look at Laravel Pint instead.
The PHP CS Fixer is maintained on GitHub at https://github.com/FriendsOfPHP/PHP-CS-Fixer bug reports and ideas about new features are welcome there.
The PHP Coding Standards Fixer (PHP CS Fixer) tool fixes your code to follow standards; whether you want to follow PHP coding standards as defined in the PSR-1, PSR-2, etc., or other community driven ones like the Symfony one. You can also define your (teams) style through configuration.
This package makes it easier than ever to use PHP CS Fixer to maintain your laravel code by providing access to it via tools that you are already familiar with. An artisan command to fix the code, and manage the configuration the way you do all the other laravel packages you use.
- Run PHP-CS-Fixer commands via Laravel Artisan CLI.
- Laravel Code Style Configuration Used by Default.
- No need to learn a new tool.
Note: This documentation was written for Laravel 5.5.
- PHP Version: "^7.1.3 || ^8.0"
- Laravel/Lumen: "^5.4|^6.0|^7.0|^8.0"
- PHP-CS-Fixer: "^3.0.0"
composer require stechstudio/laravel-php-cs-fixer
The default rule configuration is in the fixer.php and is intended to match the rules used by Laravel Shift.
if you want to modify this yourself, just use artisan
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="STS\Fixer\FixerServiceProvider"
and it will put the default configuration in 'config/fixer.php'. Check the
PHP-CS-Fixer/README for valid rules.
Fix your code with Laravel Coding Standards.
$ php artisan fixer:fix [options]
Usage: fixer:fix [options] [--] [<path>...] Arguments: path The path. Can be a list of space separated paths Options: --path-mode=PATH-MODE Specify path mode (can be override or intersection). [default: "override"] --allow-risky=ALLOW-RISKY Are risky fixers allowed (can be yes or no). --config=CONFIG The path to a .php-cs-fixer.php file. --dry-run Only shows which files would have been modified. --rules=RULES The rules. --using-cache=USING-CACHE Does cache should be used (can be yes or no). --cache-file=CACHE-FILE The path to the cache file. --diff Also produce diff for each file. --format=FORMAT To output results in other formats. --stop-on-violation Stop execution on first violation. --show-progress=SHOW-PROGRESS Type of progress indicator (none, dots). -h, --help Display help for the given command. When no command is given display help for the list command -q, --quiet Do not output any message -V, --version Display this application version --ansi Force ANSI output --no-ansi Disable ANSI output -n, --no-interaction Do not ask any interactive question --env[=ENV] The environment the command should run under -v|vv|vvv, --verbose Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug