Environment flags for deployment

If you've migrated recently to Frontastic-as-a-library, you might have some problems deploying to staging.

To prevent the deployment from failing, you'll need to specify some flags in your environment file which will be detected on compiling a build. Once set, you can use these environment flags to set which checks can be ignored if any of these flags fail and the whole build won't fail.

To set these flags:
1. Go to your GitHub project folderGitHub project folder - Where your project code lives in GitHub. and open your build.xml file, then add the below lines to it:

<property file="${basedir}/environment" />
<property file="${basedir}/../environment" />


If you have multiple projects, you'll need to add the above lines to each project's build.xml file.

2. Go to your GitHub customer repositoryGitHub customer repository - Where your code lives in GitHub for all your projects, you can have many project folders within your customer repository. root folder and open the environment file. Then add to environment flags and set to true or false. For example:



The build won't fail when you set any flags to false. You'll need to check manually if any rules are violated for every flag you set to false.

Available flags

To stop the build if any integrated unit tests fail during deployment use:


To stop the build if integrated feature tests fail during deployment use:


To stop the build if any rules set by PHP Statistic Analysis Tool (PHPStan) fail during deployment use:


See the PHPStan GitHub for more information.

To stop the build if coding conventions set by PHPCheckstyle are violated during deployment use:


See the PHPCheckstyle GitHub for more information.

To stop the build on a PHP Copy/Paste Detector (PHPCPD) violation use:


See the PHP Copy/Paste Detector GitHub for more information.

To stop the build if any of the checks set by PHP Mess Detector (PMD) fail use:


See the PHP Mess Detector websitefor more information.

To stop the build if any PHP depend checks fail for reusability, maintainability, and extensibility use:


See the PHP Depend GitHub for more information.

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