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Informations about the package devtools
Phalcon PHP is a web framework delivered as a C extension providing high performance and lower resource consumption.
What are Devtools?
This tools provide you useful scripts to generate code helping to develop faster and easy applications that use with Phalcon framework.
- PHP >= 7.2
- Phalcon >= 4.0.0
Installing via Composer
Install composer in a common location or in your project:
Create the composer.json file as follows:
If you are still using Phalcon 3.4.x, create a
composer.json with the following instead:
Run the composer installer:
Install composer and box in a common location or in your project:
Build phar file
Installation via Git
Phalcon Devtools can be installed by using Git.
Just clone the repo and checkout the current branch:
This method requires a little bit more of setup. Probably the best way would be to symlink
phalcon file to a directory in your
PATH, so you can issue phalcon commands in each directory
where a phalcon project resides.
If you get a
"phalcon: command not found" message while creating the symlink, make an alias.
To get a list of available commands just execute following:
This command should display something similar to:
adapter parameter in your
db config file (if you use not MySQL database).
For PostgreSQL it will be something like:
By creating config.json or any other configuration file called config in root project you can set options for all possible commands, for example:
And then you can use use
phalcon migration run or
phalcon controller SomeClass and those commands will be executed with options from file. Arguments provided by developer from command line will overwrite existing one in file.
Phalcon Developer Tools is open source software licensed under the New BSD License.
© Phalcon Framework Team and contributors