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Alex
@aik099
like @assert('memoryUsageMin' => '6.5M', 'memoryUsageMax' => '10M') or @assert('6.5M', '10M') or @assert-memory('6.5M', '10M')
Yegor Tokmakov
@yegortokmakov
I was thinking about that. yes, probably it makes sense. I just thought that it looks a little bit more simplier like now
Alex
@aik099
but with syntax I've used it will be easier to annotation consumer, because there is no need to parse and look for spaces for splitting or doing anything else because each parameter would be separate property on annotation class.
@yegortokmakov , were you able to install the library as stable dependency now?
Yegor Tokmakov
@yegortokmakov
I will out parametrized annotations, thanks
and thanks for the tag, but no luck yet. maybe some time needed for packagist to update
Alex
@aik099
Packagist displays new 1.2.0 version. I've did a manual update on Packagist. It's working now.
What I like about this library is native PHP syntax. It's not using any kind of parser of annotation content, like Doctrine Annotations do. Just write any PHP code and what's between () is considered as array content so this stuff will work: /* @my-annotation('some-stuff' => SOME_CONSTANT) /
Yegor Tokmakov
@yegortokmakov
yes. it works, perfect :thumbsup:
Alex
@aik099
You're welcome.
errazki1995
@errazki1995
heeeelllooooo peeeeooople <3
:D
please answer people ?
can anyone answer plese?
Alex
@aik099
hi
please type your question for that ;)
each person in the chat might be in different timezone you know, so we see message when we're online only.
errazki1995
@errazki1995
ah okay bro
can you tell me how to relate mysql database for my website for login and sign up forum and mailsts too i have no idea idea how to make that :/
Alex
@aik099
how is this exactly related to annotations library? I'm asking because you're writing in chat room for that php annotations library
errazki1995
@errazki1995
i have no idea i thought php would be the related language for that
Alex
@aik099
this is no "php" in general chat room, but for a specific library: https://github.com/php-annotations/php-annotations
sorry if you thought otherwise from library name
errazki1995
@errazki1995
well you guys have no idea how to fix it ?
you cant make a website though ?
Alex
@aik099
this is no stackoverflow website, where you can ask stuff and people will answer. here people ask stuff about this specific library and we answer.
either you're trolling me or really don't understand the difference between library and website :)
errazki1995
@errazki1995
yea but last time i went on a russian onne about laravel and they helped me in javasscript
about a preloader in the website
and they helped me very well
a nice guy went to my computer he stayed with me like 4 hours fixing the whole website
Russaians are great
Alex
@aik099
I recommend you posting your question on http://stackoverflow.com/ instead. Or maybe on Twitter.
errazki1995
@errazki1995
well yoou know how to help but you want to keep the website 's conditions ha?
Alex
@aik099
It's like coming to vegetable store and asking a piece of meat. That's just won't work out here ;) . Sorry.
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errazki1995
@errazki1995
you have no idea about mysql ?
Rasmus Schultz
@mindplay-dk
@aik099 you really should add ".scrutinizer.yml" to the project, along the lines of this one:
https://github.com/mindplay-dk/unbox/blob/master/.scrutinizer.yml
the project is getting a lousy rating on Scrutinizer because of coupling in the test-suite - I bet it would get a much better rating if it was based only on the actual library code :-)
Alex
@aik099
This can be configured online right on the Scrutinizer CI website as well. I'll do that. So basically you want only source code to be analyzed, not tests?
Hi, @mindplay-dk .
Alex
@aik099
Done, but not sure if that helped. Rating is 5.6. Haven't remembered what it was before.
Rasmus Schultz
@mindplay-dk
Oddly, that made the rating go down by about one point. The way they compute this stuff is bizzarre - simply removing or excluding code can make the code rating worse... I've debated this issue with them before, they didn't seem willing to improve it - maybe you should just remove the badge, it clearly doesn't really have any meaning after all...
Alex
@aik099
Seems, that they don't recalculate score completely on each commit, but rather patch it based on changed files. This way only each file change can cause complete rebuild. I really don't know how they do it.
All my attempts of contacting Scrutinizer CI have not made any success (they simply don't respond to my support tickets).
Rasmus Schultz
@mindplay-dk
No, they recalculate - it's the calculation itself which doesn't make much sense. I wish we could at least come up with a better combined quality metric for projects - simply averaging scores doesn't make any sense. The quality metric on individual classes doesn't really make any sense either - for example, you can improve your score by simply factoring half your methods/properties into an intermediary class; makes no sense, because the net footprint of the public interface of the resulting class is identical to what it was before. Or in other words, you can actually improve your score by increasing complexity. It's messed up. But they seem unwilling to open a debate about it - I tried...
Lester Caine
@lsces
Been quiet since November? ... Just been looking at the demo and it seems to be doing a lot more than the pointless stuff being added directly to PHP. The bit am STILL trying to get my head around is where Reflections, Traits and types actually provide the more important verification annotation such as string lengths and number ranges as demoed by php-annotations. The thing I still have to develop is combining this with the data management from ADOdb and making validation ranges based on other variables from the data such as date of christening being later than date of birth and so on ...
Alex
@aik099
@lsces , you're advertising something here?
Lester Caine
@lsces
No need some pointers trying to merge php-annotations with ADOdb to take advantage of what it is offering.
Alex
@aik099
Doesn't existing demo script explain how to it the library?