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Source for the PHP-FIG website

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www.php-fig.org

This is the source for www.php-fig.org. It is a static site generated with Sculpin.

Contributing

  • 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][edit] and open a pull request. The site will be recompiled in preview as soon as open it.

  • 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 [edit]: https://github.com/blog/905-edit-like-an-ace [fig-standards]: https://github.com/php-fig/fig-standards

Clone

Note the

--recursive
flag to clone the submodule too.
bash
git clone --recursive https://github.com/php-fig/www.php-fig.org

Install and run

The project leverages

make
and Docker Compose to automate the local environment, so they are required.

Once you have them installed, you can simply type

make
and the whole site will be built and put on "watch mode", for both PHP and SASS/CSS. You'll then be able to access the site at
localhost:8000
.

Additionally, you can run

make html-proofer
to run the same checks that are run during the deploy process. Look into
Makefile
for additional useful targets.

Note that: - you can open a shell inside the PHP container with

make shell
- inside the PHP container, relevant executables are in the global
PATH
- the containers are executed with user and group with id
1000
by default, which will likely match your main host user. You can change the id via the
UID
and
GID
build-time variables; you can configure those locally creating a
docker-compose.override.yml
(which is ignored by Git) containing: ```yaml version: '3.5'

services: php: build: args: # your custom IDs UID: 1234 GID: 5678 ```

Updating the submodule

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.sh
script to pull new commits. Afterwards, you can commit the differences in this repo, to push the updates afterwards.

Using Xdebug

If you need to debug the site build, you can enable Xdebug. To do it, you need to copy

docker-compose.override.dist.yml
as
docker-compose.override.yml
so that your local Docker Compose configuration loads that configuration. This (after a container reload) will put Xdebug in
debug
mode. Once done that, you need to configure your IDE to catch to that. Xdebug will automatically connect back your host system thanks to the
host.docker.internal
special hostname, with a serverName of
PHP-FIG
, as defined in
docker-compose.yml
.

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