Commit 4ad9093a authored by Bertrand Gauthier's avatar Bertrand Gauthier
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Suppression répertoire .phan plus utile.

parent cc52cd1c
<?php
/**
* Config PHAN pour les modules unicaen/*.
*/
/**
* This configuration will be read and overlaid on top of the
* default configuration. Command line arguments will be applied
* after this file is read.
*/
return [
// Supported values: `'5.6'`, `'7.0'`, `'7.1'`, `'7.2'`, `'7.3'`, `null`.
// If this is set to `null`,
// then Phan assumes the PHP version which is closest to the minor version
// of the php executable used to execute Phan.
//
// Note that the **only** effect of choosing `'5.6'` is to infer that functions removed in php 7.0 exist.
// (See `backward_compatibility_checks` for additional options)
// TODO: Set this.
'target_php_version' => null,
// Backwards Compatibility Checking. This is very slow
// and expensive, but you should consider running
// it before upgrading your version of PHP from 5.x to 7.0,
// due to the backward compatibility breaks of parsing in PHP 7.0
'backward_compatibility_checks' => true,
// Added in 0.10.0. Set this to false to emit
// PhanUndeclaredFunction issues for internal functions
// that Phan has signatures for,
// but aren't available in the codebase or the
// internal functions used to run phan
'ignore_undeclared_functions_with_known_signatures' => false,
// If empty, no filter against issues types will be applied.
// If this white-list is non-empty, only issues within the list
// will be emitted by Phan.
'whitelist_issue_types' => [
'PhanDeprecatedFunctionInternal', // Warns about a few functions deprecated in 7.0 and later.
'PhanUndeclaredFunction', // Check for removed functions such as split() that were deprecated in php 5.x and removed in php 7.0.
'PhanCompatibleExpressionPHP7',
'PhanCompatibleKeyedArrayAssignPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleNullableTypePHP70',
'PhanCompatiblePHP7', // This only checks for **syntax** where the parsing may have changed. This check is enabled by `backward_compatibility_checks`
'PhanCompatibleShortArrayAssignPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleUseIterablePHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseObjectPHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseObjectPHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseVoidPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleVoidTypePHP70',
// 'PhanDeprecatedClass',
// 'PhanDeprecatedFunction',
// 'PhanDeprecatedInterface',
// 'PhanDeprecatedTrait',
// 'PhanParamSignatureMismatch',
// 'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchHasParamType',
// 'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchParamType',
'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchTooFewParameters',
'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchTooFewParametersInternal',
'PhanParamTooFew',
// 'PhanParamTooMany',
// 'PhanParamTooManyInternal',
// 'PhanSyntaxError',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchArgument',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchArgumentInternal',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDeclaredParam',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDeclaredParamNullable',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDefault',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchForeach',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchProperty',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchReturn',
// 'PhanTypeMissingReturn',
// 'PhanUndeclaredClassInstanceof',
// 'PhanUnreferencedUseNormal',
'PhanContinueTargetingSwitch', // This detects code causing a warning in PHP 7.3.
],
// A list of directories that should be parsed for class and
// method information. After excluding the directories
// defined in exclude_analysis_directory_list, the remaining
// files will be statically analyzed for errors.
//
// Thus, both first-party and third-party code being used by
// your application should be included in this list.
'directory_list' => [
'vendor',
'vendor/unicaen',
],
// A directory list that defines files that will be excluded
// from static analysis, but whose class and method
// information should be included.
//
// Generally, you'll want to include the directories for
// third-party code (such as "vendor/") in this list.
//
// n.b.: If you'd like to parse but not analyze 3rd
// party code, directories containing that code
// should be added to both the `directory_list`
// and `exclude_analysis_directory_list` arrays.
'exclude_analysis_directory_list' => [
'vendor/bin',
'vendor/composer',
'vendor/container-interop',
'vendor/dealerdirect',
'vendor/doctrine',
'vendor/easybook',
'vendor/felixfbecker',
'vendor/jasig',
'vendor/microsoft',
'vendor/mpdf',
'vendor/myclabs',
'vendor/netresearch',
'vendor/paragonie',
'vendor/phan',
'vendor/phpcompatibility',
'vendor/phpdocumentor',
'vendor/phpspec',
'vendor/phpunit',
'vendor/psr',
'vendor/ramsey',
'vendor/sabre',
'vendor/sebastian',
'vendor/setasign',
'vendor/slevomat',
'vendor/squizlabs',
'vendor/symfony',
'vendor/true',
// 'vendor/unicaen',
'vendor/webmozart',
'vendor/zendframework',
'vendor/zf-commons',
'vendor/unicaen/code/code/template',
'vendor/unicaen/bjy-authorize/tests',
],
];
<?php
/**
*
* Config PHAN pour ...
*
*/
/**
* This configuration will be read and overlaid on top of the
* default configuration. Command line arguments will be applied
* after this file is read.
*/
return [
// Supported values: `'5.6'`, `'7.0'`, `'7.1'`, `'7.2'`, `'7.3'`, `null`.
// If this is set to `null`,
// then Phan assumes the PHP version which is closest to the minor version
// of the php executable used to execute Phan.
//
// Note that the **only** effect of choosing `'5.6'` is to infer that functions removed in php 7.0 exist.
// (See `backward_compatibility_checks` for additional options)
// TODO: Set this.
'target_php_version' => null,
// Backwards Compatibility Checking. This is very slow
// and expensive, but you should consider running
// it before upgrading your version of PHP from 5.x to 7.0,
// due to the backward compatibility breaks of parsing in PHP 7.0
'backward_compatibility_checks' => true,
// Added in 0.10.0. Set this to false to emit
// PhanUndeclaredFunction issues for internal functions
// that Phan has signatures for,
// but aren't available in the codebase or the
// internal functions used to run phan
'ignore_undeclared_functions_with_known_signatures' => false,
// If empty, no filter against issues types will be applied.
// If this white-list is non-empty, only issues within the list
// will be emitted by Phan.
'whitelist_issue_types' => [
'PhanDeprecatedFunctionInternal', // Warns about a few functions deprecated in 7.0 and later.
'PhanUndeclaredFunction', // Check for removed functions such as split() that were deprecated in php 5.x and removed in php 7.0.
'PhanCompatibleExpressionPHP7',
'PhanCompatibleKeyedArrayAssignPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleNullableTypePHP70',
'PhanCompatiblePHP7', // This only checks for **syntax** where the parsing may have changed. This check is enabled by `backward_compatibility_checks`
'PhanCompatibleShortArrayAssignPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleUseIterablePHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseObjectPHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseObjectPHP71',
'PhanCompatibleUseVoidPHP70',
'PhanCompatibleVoidTypePHP70',
// 'PhanDeprecatedClass',
// 'PhanDeprecatedFunction',
// 'PhanDeprecatedInterface',
// 'PhanDeprecatedTrait',
'PhanParamSignatureMismatch',
// 'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchHasParamType',
// 'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchParamType',
'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchTooFewParameters',
'PhanParamSignatureRealMismatchTooFewParametersInternal',
'PhanParamTooFew',
// 'PhanParamTooMany',
// 'PhanParamTooManyInternal',
// 'PhanSyntaxError',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchArgument',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchArgumentInternal',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDeclaredParam',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDeclaredParamNullable',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchDefault',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchForeach',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchProperty',
// 'PhanTypeMismatchReturn',
// 'PhanTypeMissingReturn',
// 'PhanUndeclaredClassInstanceof',
// 'PhanUnreferencedUseNormal',
'PhanContinueTargetingSwitch', // This detects code causing a warning in PHP 7.3.
],
// A list of directories that should be parsed for class and
// method information. After excluding the directories
// defined in exclude_analysis_directory_list, the remaining
// files will be statically analyzed for errors.
//
// Thus, both first-party and third-party code being used by
// your application should be included in this list.
'directory_list' => [
'vendor',
'vendor/doctrine',
'vendor/zendframework',
'vendor/zf-commons',
],
// A directory list that defines files that will be excluded
// from static analysis, but whose class and method
// information should be included.
//
// Generally, you'll want to include the directories for
// third-party code (such as "vendor/") in this list.
//
// n.b.: If you'd like to parse but not analyze 3rd
// party code, directories containing that code
// should be added to both the `directory_list`
// and `exclude_analysis_directory_list` arrays.
'exclude_analysis_directory_list' => [
'vendor/bin',
'vendor/composer',
'vendor/container-interop',
'vendor/dealerdirect',
// 'vendor/doctrine',
'vendor/easybook',
'vendor/felixfbecker',
'vendor/jasig',
'vendor/microsoft',
'vendor/mpdf',
'vendor/myclabs',
'vendor/netresearch',
'vendor/paragonie',
'vendor/phan',
'vendor/phpcompatibility',
'vendor/phpdocumentor',
'vendor/phpspec',
'vendor/phpunit',
'vendor/psr',
'vendor/ramsey',
'vendor/sabre',
'vendor/sebastian',
'vendor/setasign',
'vendor/slevomat',
'vendor/squizlabs',
'vendor/symfony',
'vendor/true',
'vendor/unicaen',
'vendor/webmozart',
// 'vendor/zendframework',
// 'vendor/zf-commons',
],
];
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