- Use PHP_CodeSniffer with Nova.
- 1144 Installs
This extension is allowed to:
- Read Files
- Launch Subprocesses
PHP_CodeSniffer automatically lints all open PHP files using
phpcs, then reports errors and warnings in Nova's Issues sidebar and the editor gutter.
PHP_CodeSniffer can fix issues discovered by
phpcs automatically using
PHP_CodeSniffer requires the following tools to be installed on your Mac:
The extension will do its best to find an installation of PHP_CodeSniffer on your system in the following order:
- Using the path you define in the extension's configuration
- Path to the default Composer installation;
- Path to the default Phive installation;
- Global installation;
If the extension doesn't find an installation it will fall back to the version of PHP_CodeSniffer bundled with the extension.
The bundled PHP_CodeSniffer will not know how to locate any rulesets installed via Composer or Phive, so if you need to use
phpcsrulesets installed via Composer or Phive make sure you use the same method to install PHP_CodeSniffer.
If you have a custom ruleset for
phpcssomewhere that you'd like to use, you can choose to use that "standard" by setting the path in Project → Project Settings → PHP_CodeSniffer.
To configure global preferences, open Extensions → Extension Library → PHP_CodeSniffer then select PHP_CodeSniffer's Preferences tab.
You can also configure preferences on a per-project basis in Project → Project Settings → PHP_CodeSniffer.
Version 1.2.1 - March 17, 2021
- Tweak - Update readme to reflect the changes introduced in v1.2.0.
- Tweak - Update the description of some extension settings.
- Tweak - Use the same default standard PHP_CodeSniffer uses, instead of defaulting to the WordPress standard.
Version 1.2.0 - March 17, 2021
- Add - Bundle
phpcbfphar files with extension.
- Tweak - Fall back to bundled phar files when no global/composer/phive installation detected.
Version 1.1.1 - March 12, 2021
- Add - Link to mailing list for bug reports instead of my personal email.
Version 1.1.0 - March 11, 2021
- Tweak - Provide free-form input for custom ruleset.
- Fix - Issues are now indicated at the right column when indenting with tabs.
- Add - Command for fixing issues with
Version 1.0.5 - February 24, 2021
- Add - Support for a
phpcs.xml.distfile for defining code sniffing rules.
- Add - An error notification if
phpcsfails to run.
- Add - Support for the Advanced PHP syntax extension.
- Fix - Progress and verbose output from
phpcsis now suppressed correctly to prevent JSON parsing issues.
- Fix - List of available PHPCS styles not showing up in project preferences.
- Add option to choose whether to run phpcs on save or on change.
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