wapmorgan/php-code-analyzer

A program that finds usage of different non-built-in extensions in your php code.

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1.0.5 2018-05-01 18:48 UTC

README

PhpCodeAnalyzer finds usage of different non-built-in extensions in your php code. This tool helps you understand how transportable your code between php installations is.

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Example of usage

To scan your files or folder launch phpca and pass file or directory names.

> phpca ..\HttpServer
Scanning ..\HttpServer ...
[spl] Function "spl_autoload_register" used in file ..\HttpServer/vendor/composer/ClassLoader.php[258]
[spl] Function "spl_autoload_unregister" used in file ..\HttpServer/vendor/composer/ClassLoader.php[266]
[spl] Function "spl_autoload_register" used in file ..\HttpServer/vendor/composer/autoload_real.php[22]
[spl] Function "spl_autoload_unregister" used in file ..\HttpServer/vendor/composer/autoload_real.php[24]

Used non-built-in extensions in your code:
- [spl] Standard PHP Library (SPL). This extension is bundled with php since PHP 5.0.0. Extension is available in pecl: spl.

You can skip progress with --no-progress option:

> phpca --no-progress ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching
Scanning ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching ...

Used non-built-in extensions in your code:
- [apc] Alternative PHP Cache. Extension is available in pecl: apc.
- [wincache] Windows Cache for PHP. Extension is available in pecl: wincache.

Also, you can keep only progress with --no-report option:

> phpca --no-report ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching
Scanning ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching ...
[apc] Function "apc_fetch" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[46]
[apc] Function "apc_fetch" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[56]
[apc] Function "apc_store" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[70]
[apc] Function "apc_add" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[84]
[apc] Function "apc_delete" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[95]
[apc] Function "apc_clear_cache" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[107]
[apc] Function "apc_clear_cache" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[109]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_get" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[46]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_get" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[56]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_set" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[70]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_add" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[84]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_delete" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[95]
[wincache] Function "wincache_ucache_clear" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CWinCache.php[106]

If you want to see only usage of one specific extension, use --extension= option:

> phpca --extension=apc ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching
Scanning ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching ...
[apc] Function "apc_fetch" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[46]
[apc] Function "apc_fetch" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[56]
[apc] Function "apc_store" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[70]
[apc] Function "apc_add" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[84]
[apc] Function "apc_delete" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[95]
[apc] Function "apc_clear_cache" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[107]
[apc] Function "apc_clear_cache" used in file ..\yii-1.1.16.bca042\framework\caching/CApcCache.php[109]

Summary report in this case will not be added at the end.

Help

Full list of available options:

> phpca -h
PhpCodeAnalyzer
Usage:
    phpca [-v] [-q] [--output=<path>] [--no-report] [--no-progress] [--since-version=<version>] FILES...
    phpca [-v] [-q] [--output=<path>] --extension=<ext> FILES...
    phpca -h

Options:
  -h --help                 Show this text
  -v --verbose              Show more debug text
  -q --quiet                Don't print any messages
  --output=<path>           Path where to generate XML report
  --extension=<ext>         Look for usage a specific extension
  --no-report               Turn off summary report
  --no-progress             Turn off progress
  --since-version=<version> Only include extensions not included since version

Installation

Phar

  1. Just download a phar from releases page and make executable
chmod +x phpca.phar
  1. a. Local installation: use it from current folder:

    ./phpca.phar -h

    b. Global installation: move it in to one of folders listed in your $PATH and run from any folder:

    sudo mv phpca.phar /usr/local/bin/phpca
    phpca -h

Composer

Another way to install phpca is via composer.

  1. Install composer:
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
  1. Install phpcf in global composer dir:
./composer.phar global require wapmorgan/php-code-analyzer dev-master
  1. Run from any folder:
phpca -h