The recommended way to install ImboClient is with Composer. If you do not have Composer installed you need to do this first:
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
When this is done you can add ImboClient as a dependency to your project:
composer require imbo/imboclient:^3.0
After installation you need to require the autoloader generated by Composer:
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Running checks locally¶
Before pushing code you might want to run the CI checks locally to make sure your pull request does not fail. This can be done by running a composer script after you have installed all dependencies:
# Clone the repository git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:imbo/imboclient-php.git && cd imboclient-php # Install dependencies composer install # Run script that will execute the different checks composer run ci
You can also run the different checks separately:
# Run unit tests ./vendor/bin/phpunit # Run static code analysis ./vendor/bin/psalm # Check coding standard php-cs-fixer fix --dry-run --diff
The last check requires a local installation of PHP Coding Standards Fixer. The first two should be executable after a successful