StyleCI

CLI Tool

The StyleCI CLI Tool requires PHP 7.2.5 or higher, and can be installed either by using Composer, or directly downloading the phar. The tool will allow you to analyze your code using StyleCI, before you push. This tool is licensed under The Apache License 2.0.

Installation

Require using Composer

Local installation:

$ composer require styleci/cli:^0.9 --dev

Global installation:

$ composer global require styleci/cli:^0.9

Download the Phar

Global installation:

$ curl -SsLo styleci.phar https://github.com/StyleCI/CLI/releases/download/v0.9.0/styleci.phar \
    && chmod +x styleci.phar && sudo mv styleci.phar /usr/local/bin/styleci

First Time Setup

When using the tool for the first time, you may want to enter your StyleCI API keys. You can do this with the styleci config command, which will store your keys in ~/.styleci/config.json, just like how Composer store keys.

StyleCI for GitHub:

styleci config auth.github YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE

Your API key is available at https://github.styleci.io/profile.

StyleCI for GitLab:

styleci config auth.gitlab YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE

Your API key is available at https://gitlab.styleci.io/profile.

StyleCI for Bitbucket:

styleci config auth.bitbucket YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE

Your API key is available at https://bitbucket.styleci.io/profile.

Usage

Now, you can analyze any local copy of a repo enabled in StyleCI, from the console! Simply run:

$ styleci

and StyleCI will analyze your current directory.

Environment Variables

If you have chosen not use the first time setup config, or would like to temporarily override the stored keys, this can be done by setting environment variables.

StyleCI for GitHub:

$ STYLECI_GITHUB_API_KEY=YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE styleci

StyleCI for GitLab:

$ STYLECI_GITLAB_API_KEY=YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE styleci

StyleCI for Bitbucket:

$ STYLECI_BITBUCKET_API_KEY=YOUR-API-KEY-GOES-HERE styleci

Advanced Usage

You can optionally pass a directory to analyze, otherwise, the current working directory will be used. Moreover, we support analyzing only the changed files, performing a "dry run" without touching your files, and more:

Usage:
  analyze [options] [--] [<directory>]

Arguments:
  directory

Options:
  -c, --only-changed
  -d, --dry-run
  -g, --git-binary=GIT-BINARY
  -r, --remote-name=REMOTE-NAME
  -h, --help                     Display this help message
  -q, --quiet                    Do not output any message
  -V, --version                  Display this application version
      --ansi                     Force ANSI output
      --no-ansi                  Disable ANSI output
  -n, --no-interaction           Do not ask any interactive question
  -v|vv|vvv, --verbose           Increase the verbosity of messages

Note that styleci is shorthand for styleci analyze. This will matter if you want to analyze a directory with relevative path config, or any other command name. You will need to write styleci analyze config in order to use such a <directory> argument.