vaimo/magento-composer-plugin

Implements common functionality that is useful when managing a Composer project that includes any edition of Magento 2

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Type:composer-plugin

3.0.1 2024-04-29 09:38 UTC

README

Implements common functionality that is useful when managing a Composer project that includes any edition of Magento 2.

Features

  • Automatically creates a database and installs Magento 2 after running composer install

Supports

  • Magento 2.0
  • Magento 2.1
  • Magento 2.2
  • Magento 2.3
  • Magento 2.4 (up to 2.4.6-p5 with most recent 3.0 version)

Usage

Require vaimo/magento-composer-plugin in your Magento 2 project by calling:

composer require vaimo/magento-composer-plugin

Example composer.json

#!json

    {
        ...

        "require": {
            "magento/product-community-edition": "~2.0",
            "vaimo/magento-composer-plugin": "~2.1"
        }

        ...
    }
    

Magento admin user login credentials

  • Username: admin
  • Password: test123

Note

The plugin will use the database credentials found in ~/.my.cnf so I would advice you to not use the plugin to install production sites unless you know what you are doing.

Plugin events used

  • post-install-cmd: Automatically creates a database and installs Magento 2.

Configuration

The plugin can be configured by using environment variables and / or setting values in the extra section in composer.json

Environment variables

All environment variables should be in uppercase, prefixed with MCP_ and - replaced with _. Example:

MCP_DB_NAME=project_database
MCP_USE_REWRITES=0

composer.json - extra section

To configure the plugin in a Composer project, specify config values in the extra section inside of the magento-composer-plugin section. Example:

#!json
    
    {
        "extra": {
            "magento-composer-plugin": {
                "db-name": "project_database"
                ...
            }
        }
    }
    

Available configuration

(value) = default value

General configuration

  • 'install-magento' (true). If Magento should be installed
  • 'cleanup-database' (false). Cleanup the database before installation
  • 'deploy-mode' (default). Set deploy mode after installation. Available modes are 'developer' and 'production'

Use Composer --no-interaction / COMPOSER_NO_INTERACTION if you want to disable interaction.

Installer data

  • 'fqdn' (taken from hostname --fqdn)
  • 'base-url'
  • 'backend-frontname' (admin)
  • 'session-save' (files)
  • 'db-host' (localhost)
  • 'db-name' (project directory)
  • 'db-user' (random)
  • 'db-password' (random)
  • 'db-model' (mysql4)
  • 'db-engine' (innodb)
  • 'db-prefix' ('')
  • 'db-init-statements' (SET NAMES utf8;)
  • 'admin-firstname' (Magento)
  • 'admin-lastname' (User)
  • 'admin-email' (user@example.com)
  • 'admin-user' (admin)
  • 'admin-password' (test123)
  • 'language' => (en_US)
  • 'currency' => (USD)
  • 'timezone' => (America/Chicago)
  • 'use-rewrites' => (true)

Development

Test commands

To manually test included commands, the easiest way is to have the plugin installed in a project and use the run-script command in Composer. To test the post-install-cmd:

composer run-script post-install-cmd

Run tests

make test