Setting up a

Satis Server

Follow along:
slides.com/philsown/satis-server


OR


Share your code as far and
wide as possible using
Composer, even if it means
setting up your own
Satis package server.



What We'll Cover

 

  • Who Am I
  • You Should Share Code
  • Where To Share
  • How to set up a Satis server
  • Q & A


Who Are You?


Phillip Harrington


phillipharrington.com


You Should
Share Code


For Reals...


Sharing Code
Will Make...

 

  • Your code better
  • Your documentation better
  • You a better programmer
  • The world a better place


How Can I

Share My Code?


  • Use Composer on your projects
  • Share on GitHub or Packagist
  • Set Up your own package server


Composer


Dependency manager for PHP


getcomposer.org


GitHub


Git Repository Website


github.com


Packagist


The PHP Package Archivist


packagist.org


Satis


Package Server for Composer


github.com/composer/satis


Reasons to Use Satis


  • Share with coworkers
  • Proprietary code
  • Convince managers & lawyers

 

"Talk is cheap. Show me the code."

-- Linus Torvalds


Live Example


Let's set-up a package server!


packages.weblacarte.com


Install Composer


Run at the command line

$ curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php


Install Satis Using Composer


Make a composer.json file

{
    "require": {
        "php": ">=5.3.2",
        "composer/composer": "1.0.*@dev",
        "composer/satis": "1.0.*@dev"
    }
}


Compose!


 

$ php composer.phar install -o


An Example Package!

github.com/philsown/Example-Required-Package


Configure Satis


Make a satis.json file

{
    "name": "WebLaCarte Package Server",
    "homepage": "http://packages.weblacarte.com/",
    "repositories": [
        {
            "type": "git",
            "url": "git@github.com:philsown/Example-Required-Package.git"
        }
    ],
    "require-all": true
}


Run Satis


 

$ vendor/bin/satis build satis.json public


Let's Use
Our Spiffy New
Package Server


A Completely Different
Example Package!

github.com/philsown/Example-Package


Checkout As A Project


 

$ git clone git@github.com:philsown/Example-Package.git Example-Package


Add The Package Server


Modify composer.json

    "repositories": [
        {
            "type": "composer",
            "url": "http://packages.weblacarte.com/"
        }
    ]


Require The Package


Still in composer.json

    "require": {
        "philsown/Example-Required-Package": "dev-master"
    }


Compose!


... Again!

$ php composer.phar install -o


It kind of worked!


Local Packages


Back in satis.json, add the "archive" section

    "archive": {
        "directory": "dist",
        "format": "tar",
        "prefix-url": "http://packages.weblacarte.com"
    }


Run Satis


... Again!

$ vendor/bin/satis build satis.json public


Uh Oh!



Add Some Security


Make an .htpasswd File

 $ htpasswd -c .htpasswd composer


Lock Down the Directory 


Make an .htaccess file

AuthType Basic
AuthName "Package Server"
AuthUserFile /path/to/.htpasswd
Require valid-user


Compose!


Back in your project...
This time, prefer-dist

$ php composer.phar install -o --prefer-dist


Composer Can Do
401 Authentication!



Other
Enhancements

  • Replace templates
  • Pretty Error Pages


Satis Server
Implementation

github.com/philsown/Satis-Server



Questions?


Thank
You!

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