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After that I did materialize the eclipse project of maven-php-plugin and even built a custom version that I’ve deployed without any effort to my Artifactory (http://maven.waltercedric.com)
And what is the solution?
it my server configuration and paranoia :-)
open your php.ini, ideally the right one, don’t put your server at risks: You may have many under Linux, especially if you use plesk or cpanel
cli at /etc/php5/cli/php.ini
fastcgi at /etc/php5/fastcgi/php.ini
location most of the time
and add the directory where your build server make a checkout...
; open_basedir, if set, limits all file operations to the defined directory ; and below. This directive makes most sense if used in a per-directory ; or per-virtualhost web server configuration file. This directive is ; *NOT* affected by whether Safe Mode is turned On or Off. open_basedir = /www/vhosts:/tmp:/xxxx/yyyy/
Next step is to put Joomla! 1.6 and all their PHPUnit tests a run along with Selenium. May also need to patch Maven for PHP to better support Tests reporting like Surefire.
Subversion (SVN) is an open source version control system. It allows users to keep track of changes made over time to any type of electronic data. Typical uses are versioning source code, web pages or design documents. I now host my own private subversion at http://svn.waltercedric.com A required step to be able to build some small project and finish the prototype of Continuous build for Joomla! …
I will quickly describe in this post how you can code your component/plugins/modules against a specific version of Joomla! with no effort using Maven for PHP. The trick I made is to package the whole Joomla distribution in a jar file, and add a Maven dependency to the project. As Joomla, PHPUnit, or any other 3rd party is not a set of class packaged in a jar, the brilliant idea of Maven for PHP is to unpack all these dependencies …
Status/Done Build with Maven For PHP in TeamCity SVN repository at http://joomlacode.org/svn/com_securityi1/trunk/ and http://joomlacode.org/svn/com_akobookplus/trunk/ Totally independent of continuous build server (Thanks to MAVEN), so Hudson, Bamboo and Cruise Control are SUPPORTED. …
Maven for PHP uses the power of Maven for building, reporting on and creating documentations of PHP projects. It adapts the Maven build lifecycle to the PHP world while fully supporting PHP 4 and PHP 5. PHP for Maven uses PHPUnit for unit testing and doxygen for creating the api documentation. Use a PHP library project to create a library that can be used by other PHP libraries or PHP web projects. Use a PHP web project to create a …
I put some effort the last few days in this new framework. Done: I did document some part of it at http://wiki.waltercedric.com/index.php?title=ContinuousBuildforJoomla TeamCity is installed/configured/documented (windows only) XAMPP is installed/configured/documented (windows only) I also at the same time configured a Puppy Linux VMWare image that will permit to anybody to have a running environment in no time. I am able to unpack all Joomla! versions that are committed in any repository (CVS, SVN, Clearcase) They can be unpacked anywhere on …
&160; &160; A small how to install PHPUnit via PEAR in an XAMPP running on a windows box. A prerequisite for a continuous build strategy. PHPUnit is a member of the xUnit family of testing frameworks and provides both a framework that makes the writing of tests easy as well as the functionality to easily run the tests and analyze their results. PHPUnit homepage ONLamp.com - Testing PHP Code with PHPUnit Planet PHPUnit Sebastian Bergmann (creator of PHPUnit) Installing XAMPP …
I will commit soon a first draft (alpha) of what is expected to bring continuous build to any Joomla! component (or event to Joomla! core itself ;-)) You are free to join the project, all documentation effort stay at the moment in my WIKI &160; …
Automatic installation of Joomla! runtime environments Main ideas Build is scalable Distributed build management optimize hardware resources utilization by parallelizing product builds within the build agents grid. With build chains support, it is even possible to break down a single build procedure into several parts to run them on different build agents &8212; both in sequence and in parallel &8212; using the same set of sources in all of them. I want to be able to test my components against …