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authorRemi Collet <>2013-01-25 18:57:16 +0100
committerRemi Collet <>2013-01-25 18:57:16 +0100
commit63fb5e939c5143a1c0704cedfcec416f369c5cd4 (patch)
php-PhpOption: import from rawhide
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+%global github_owner schmittjoh
+%global github_name php-option
+%global github_version 1.1.0
+%global github_commit 617bd84bf0d918da79b06ac6765b5390b83b1321
+%global lib_name PhpOption
+%global php_min_ver 5.3.0
+Name: php-%{lib_name}
+Version: %{github_version}
+Release: 1%{?dist}
+Summary: Option type for PHP
+Group: Development/Libraries
+License: ASL 2.0
+Source0: %{url}/archive/%{github_commit}/%{name}-%{github_version}-%{github_commit}.tar.gz
+BuildArch: noarch
+# Test build requires
+BuildRequires: php-common >= %{php_min_ver}
+BuildRequires: php-pear(
+# Test build requires: phpci
+BuildRequires: php-spl
+Requires: php-common >= %{php_min_ver}
+# phpci requires
+Requires: php-spl
+This package adds an Option type for PHP.
+The Option type is intended for cases where you sometimes might return a value
+(typically an object), and sometimes you might return no value (typically null)
+depending on arguments, or other runtime factors.
+Often times, you forget to handle the case where no value is returned. Not
+intentionally of course, but maybe you did not account for all possible states
+of the system; or maybe you indeed covered all cases, then time goes on, code
+is refactored, some of these your checks might become invalid, or incomplete.
+Suddenly, without noticing, the no value case is not handled anymore. As a
+result, you might sometimes get fatal PHP errors telling you that you called a
+method on a non-object; users might see blank pages, or worse.
+On one hand, the Option type forces a developer to consciously think about both
+cases (returning a value, or returning no value). That in itself will already
+make your code more robust. On the other hand, the Option type also allows the
+API developer to provide more concise API methods, and empowers the API user in
+how he consumes these methods.
+%package tests
+Summary: Test suite for %{name}
+Group: Development/Libraries
+Requires: %{name} = %{version}-%{release}
+%description tests
+%setup -q -n %{github_name}-%{github_commit}
+# PHPUnit config
+sed 's:\(\./\)\?tests/:./:' -i phpunit.xml.dist
+mv phpunit.xml.dist tests/
+# Rewrite tests' bootstrap (which uses Composer autoloader) with simple
+# autoloader that uses include path
+mv tests/bootstrap.php tests/bootstrap.php.dist
+( cat <<'AUTOLOAD'
+spl_autoload_register(function ($class) {
+ $src = str_replace('\\', '/', str_replace('_', '/', $class)).'.php';
+ @include_once $src;
+) > tests/bootstrap.php
+# Empty build section, nothing to build
+mkdir -p -m 755 %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/php
+cp -rp src/%{lib_name} %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/php/
+mkdir -p -m 755 %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/tests/%{name}
+cp -rp tests/* %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/tests/%{name}/
+%{_bindir}/phpunit \
+ -d include_path="./src:./tests:.:%{pear_phpdir}" \
+ -c tests/phpunit.xml.dist
+%doc LICENSE composer.json
+%files tests
+%dir %{_datadir}/tests
+ %{_datadir}/tests/%{name}
+* Tue Jan 22 2013 Shawn Iwinski <> 1.1.0-1
+- Initial package