Projection that can render the state of the Event Sourced Content Repository into markwhen.com syntax

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Projection that can render the state of the Event Sourced Content Repository into markwhen syntax

Warning This package mostly serves as demonstration on how to write a simple Event Sourced Content Repository projection It's probably not very useful in its current form, but feel free to copy and adjust it to your needs!



install via composer:

composer require wwwision/markwhen

Note At the time of writing, a couple of required packages are not yet available on packagist You can download those from GitHub to your distribution folder: https://github.com/neos/neos-development-collection/tree/9.0/Neos.ContentRepository.Core https://github.com/neos/neos-development-collection/tree/9.0/Neos.ContentRepositoryRegistry https://github.com/neos/neos-development-collection/tree/9.0/Neos.ContentGraph.DoctrineDbalAdapter https://github.com/neos/neos-development-collection/tree/9.0/Neos.ContentGraph.PostgreSQLAdapter and install everything via composer require wwwision/markwhen neos/contentrepositoryregistry:@dev neos/contentgraph-doctrinedbaladapter:@dev neos/contentgraph-postgresqladapter:@dev

Afterwards you can replay the projection to built up its initial state:

./flow cr:replay markwhen

Once the state is persisted, you can call

./flow markwhen:render

to turn it into markwhen syntax. This will output the result to the console output directly, but you can store it into a file with:

./flow markwhen:render > out.mw

With the help of the Markwhen CLI tool you can turn that into a timeline or calendar:

mw out.mv -d timeline.html 
mw out.mv -d calendar.html

Or pipe the output of the render command to mw directly:

./flow markwhen:render | mw /dev/stdin -d timeline.html

Files in this package

Different Content Repository

This package registers the MarkwhenProjection with the default content repository. To register it to a different instance, you can adjust the settings accordingly:

            factoryObjectName: Wwwision\Markwhen\MarkwhenProjectionFactory

Or you register it with a Content Repository preset so that it can be used in multiple CRs without additional configuration (see docs.neos.io:

            factoryObjectName: Wwwision\Markwhen\MarkwhenProjectionFactory

Don't forget to specify the Content Repository ID for the commands:

./flow cr:replay markwhen --content-repository acme
./flow markwhen:render --content-repository acme