New in Symplify 5: 3 News in EasyCodingStandard to Smoother Your Experience
Let's get lazier and lazier.
You don't have this package installed yet?
composer require symplify/easy-coding-standard --dev
Now enjoy the news ↓
1. Friendlier Skips
Little details make more pleasant developer experience UX. You already know you can use
fnmatch() for skipping files. The problem is, it requires very specific format people struggle with and often end up using explicit 10 paths to many files.
Before you had to hit the format:
# ecs.yml parameters: skip: SomeFixer: # this does - '*src/*CaseConverter.php' # this doesn't work - 'src/*CaseConverter.php'
Now you can use your intuition, copy paste the filename from error result and both versions work:
# ecs.yml parameters: skip: SomeFixer: # both works - 'src/*CaseConverter.php' - '*src/*CaseConverter.php'
2. In Lazy We Trust
Before you had to type the whole config name:
Now you can also use short version:
3. Are There Some "array" Checkers?
Many people asked for an overview of all checkers there are, if there any related to an array, to
strict_types position and so on.
Before you had to go to huge
README.md files of PHP CS Fixer and PHP_CodeSniffer on Github to read it all. But why leave the luxury of CLI if these checkers are already downloaded on your machine?
Now you can use "find" command:
Next time you'll wonder what are "Symplify" rules, keep your browser closed and just find them:
vendor/bin/ecs find symplify
Enjoy laziness, intuitive use and faster access to the information you look for.
We'll continue to make it this way!