Source for the PHP-FIG website
If you notice something missing, please [open an issue on GitHub][issue].
If you'd like to fix it yourself, simply [edit the file on GitHub] and open a pull request. The site will be recompiled as soon as your pull request is merged.
If you'd like to run the site locally o generate the HTML files, you'll need to install the dependencies. The templates are built by directly including the Markdown sources from the [fig standards repo][fig-standards], which is provided as a git submodule.
[issue]: https://github.com/php-fig/www.php-fig.org/issues : https://github.com/blog/905-edit-like-an-ace [fig-standards]: https://github.com/php-fig/fig-standards
--recursiveflag to clone the submodule too.
bash git clone --recursive https://github.com/php-fig/www.php-fig.org
will install both PHP Composer packages and Ruby bundled gems.
will compile the sources into
This site uses the master branch of the main PHP-FIG repository as a Git submodule to pull content from it. If you need to update it, you can use the
bin/update_submodule.shscript to pull new commits. Afterwards, you can commit the differences in this repo, to push the updates afterwards.
Dockerfileis provided, in case you want to build and/or run everything without installing any dependency whatsoever. Docker version 17.09.0-ce or newer is required.
The final image is a simple NGINX instance:
docker build . -t fig-website docker run --rm -p 80:80 fig-website # browse the website at http://localhost
However, you can use the
devtarget, which provides an interactive terminal to access a fully provisioned PHP+Ruby environment.
If you want to develop in the Docker runtime, you'll have mount the project root as a volume, expose port 8000, explicitly run the install/build process, and run the PHP built-in server:
docker build . --target dev -t fig-website-dev docker run --rm -ti -p 8000:8000 -v $PWD:/fig-website fig-website-dev # inside the container terminal install.sh build.sh sculpin serve
Note that: - inside the container, relevant executables are in the global
PATH- the container is executed with user and group with id
1000by default, which will likely match your main host user. You can change the id via the
GIDbuild-time variables (