Commit 2551e710 authored by tz's avatar tz
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New port: devel/aphpbreakdown

This software analyzes all files of your project and collect all PHP classes,
functions and constants found in your project. For the collection of classes,
functions and constants it determined all modules of PHP needed to be installed
on the webserver for your project.

To display the result of the analyze you can choose different ways. One way is
to display an output on your command line. But what do you do if you don't have
a command line access on the server you want to test?  Then you use the testfile
generator of aPHPbreakdown! It generates a testfile you can upload to the
webserver, or sent it to you customer to upload it, and run it very simple in
the browser.

WWW: http://gitlab.code-mesa.com/code-mesa/aphpbreakdown/

PR:           223867
Submitted by: Felix Flor <freebsd@felix.flornet.de>
parent 1ee49bea
......@@ -107,6 +107,7 @@
SUBDIR += antlr4
SUBDIR += apache-ant
SUBDIR += apache-rat
SUBDIR += aphpbreakdown
SUBDIR += aphpunit
SUBDIR += api-sanity-autotest
SUBDIR += apiextractor
......
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= aphpbreakdown
DISTVERSION= 1.0.0
CATEGORIES= devel www
MASTER_SITES= http://phar.code-mesa.com/
EXTRACT_SUFX= .phar
MAINTAINER= freebsd@code-mesa.com
COMMENT= Code-Analyzer for PHP for Compatibility Check-UP
LICENSE= BSD2CLAUSE
USES= php
USE_PHP= tokenizer phar hash
NO_ARCH= yes
NO_BUILD= yes
PLIST_FILES= bin/aphpbreakdown
# Download isn't compressed or aggregated, it's just the single file
do-extract:
${CP} ${DISTDIR}/${DISTFILES} ${WRKDIR}/${PORTNAME}
do-install:
${INSTALL_SCRIPT} ${WRKDIR}/${PORTNAME} \
${STAGEDIR}${PREFIX}/bin/${PORTNAME}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1512382399
SHA256 (aphpbreakdown-1.0.0.phar) = d1162cd8db67b9205e4d53181609439f30f5fd0b8b2f5070c3493878fa9c2b18
SIZE (aphpbreakdown-1.0.0.phar) = 278480
This software analyzes all files of your project and collect all PHP classes,
functions and constants found in your project. For the collection of classes,
functions and constants it determined all modules of PHP needed to be installed
on the webserver for your project.
To display the result of the analyze you can choose different ways. One way is
to display an output on your command line. But what do you do if you don't have
a command line access on the server you want to test? Then you use the testfile
generator of aPHPbreakdown! It generates a testfile you can upload to the
webserver, or sent it to you customer to upload it, and run it very simple in
the browser.
WWW: http://gitlab.code-mesa.com/code-mesa/aphpbreakdown/
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