Package for pre-commit hook and basic testing

v1.0.9 2022-01-27 12:01 UTC

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Last update: 2022-11-17 15:37:43 UTC


A pre-commit hook installer with basic testing


  1. Docker Compose, install Docker Compose
  2. PHP docker image

You may use Symfony-Docker to download and install Docker for Symfony.


Applications that use Symfony Flex Installation

$ composer require xip-solid-foundation/pre-commit

Applications that don't use Symfony Flex

Step 1: Install the Bundle

Open a command console, enter your project directory and execute the following command to install the latest stable version of this bundle:

$ composer require xip-solid-foundation/pre-commit

Step 2: Added Pre-commit file


# Automatic usage by installing symbolic link:
# ln -sf ../../bin/pre-commit .git/hooks/pre-commit

# Enable TTY, so fastest runs on a single line and looks cooler
exec < /dev/tty

if [[ -z `docker ps -q --no-trunc | grep $(docker-compose ps -q apache2)` ]]; then
    echo -e "\e[41m COMMIT FAILED: Docker-compose is not running! \e[0m";
    exit 1

# Install phpunit synchronously to avoid problems.
docker-compose exec php bin/phpunit install

docker-compose exec -T php bin/console cache:warmup --env=prod
if [[ $? != "0" ]]
    echo -e "\e[41m COMMIT FAILED: Cannot warm cache for env=prod! \e[0m":
    exit 1

# see which files you wanted to commit, fix code style and re-add
FILES=` git status --porcelain | grep -e '^[AM]\(.*\).php$' | cut -c 3- | tr '\n' ' '`
if [[ $FILES ]]
    FILES_NO_APPLICATION=`echo ${FILES} | sed "s/api\///g"`
    docker-compose exec -T php vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix
    git add ${FILES}

# remove outdated code coverage files
rm -rf var/coverage.txt public/test.html

# warmup test cache to speed up tests
docker-compose exec php bin/console cache:warmup --env=test

# Run Tests and generate code coverage
docker-compose exec php bash -c "XDEBUG_MODE=coverage vendor/bin/paratest --coverage-html=public/test.html --coverage-text=var/coverage.txt tests"
if [[ $? != "0" ]]
    echo -e "\e[41m COMMIT FAILED: You have test errors! \e[0m":
    exit 1

# merge code coverage
echo "Full HTML coverage at"

OK=`docker-compose exec -T php head -n10 var/coverage.txt | grep Lines | grep "100.00%"`
if [[ ${OK} = "" ]]
    echo -e "\e[41m COMMIT FAILED: Code coverage not 100%! \e[0m":
    exit 1

echo ""


Now you can run the pre-commit by using

$ bin/pre-commit