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Type verification for php source. Ensures uses and all types within a file verify against the projects auto loader.

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Type: type-verifier

0.4.1 2015-07-01 06:55 UTC


Bugfree Dangerzone is a PHP namespace validator written in PHP. It uses your autoloader to verify that:

  • all of the use statements are valid
  • that all exception catch blocks and type hints have a valid type
  • all doc block types are valid (eg @param Foo $foo)
  • all Doctrine annotations can be resolved (eg @FOobar())
  • access level validation for constructors and static methods
  • Finally that all use statements are actually used.

Getting Started

Add "vektah/bugfree-dangerzone" to your projects composer.json, it should look something like this:

    "require-dev": {
        "vektah/bugfree-dangerzone": "0.2.0"

Then of course:

composer.phar update

to update your dependencies

then run

./vendor/bin/bugfree lint src

If your project has its own autoloader you can use it instead:

./vendor/bin/bugfree lint --bootstrap yourautoloader.php src

XML Output

For use in CI tools like Jenkins some pretty test count output is just not good enough!

To generate machine readable output:

./vendor/bin/bugfree lint src --junitXml junit_results.xml --checkstyleXml checkstyle_results.xml


Bugfree Dangerzone is rather picky out of the box, but its easy to decrease its verbosity.

from your projects base directory run:

./vendor/bin/bugfree generateConfig

which will build a config file bugfree.json in your current directory:

    "emitLevel": {
        "unableToResolveType": "error",
        "unableToResolveTypeInComment": "error",
        "unableToResolveUse": "error",
        "useOfUnqualifiedType": "warning",
        "useOfUnqualifiedTypeInComment": "warning",
        "duplicateAlias": "error",
        "malformedUse": "error",
        "multiStatementUse": "warning",
        "missingNamespace": "error",
        "unusedUse": "warning"

each of these warning types can be either error, warning, or suppress. For example to ignore all messages about missing namespaces then just change

"missingNamespace": "error",


"missingNamespace": "suppress",

If the configuration gets updated in the future to have more options then running generateConfig again will keep your current settings and add any new defaults.