I've set up an R script (.Rmd: with R markdown to be run through Knitr) to check the application of all Tiki Profiles (the ones available in the Profiles Wizard since Tiki12, at least) on several tiki branches on your own localhost, to search for error messages, and aggregate that information for easy monitoring. It can be extended to send an email when regressions show up, etc.
I developed that over the weekend from home, and even if in beta stage, it currently works.
However, I cloned the git repo at work, where we are behind a proxy, and console.php cannot apply profiles from there through the commandline. Through the GUI I always have to add the proxy info to Tiki first in order to be able to list profiles and apply them , etc.
root@pentinella:/var/www/html/trunk# php console.php p:a Voting_System Profile not found. root@pentinella:/var/www/html/trunk#
proxy info seem to be defined at ./trunk/lib/tikilib.php (line 185 onwards)
As a workaround you can probably use a local profile (on a folder on the server) example, if you create a file:
/some/path/set_local_proxy.yml with the content:
--- preferences: use_proxy: y proxy_host: 127.0.0.1 proxy_port: 8080 proxy_user: user proxy_pass: password
Then you can use:
php console.php p:a set_local_proxy /some/path
As a preparation step to set the prefs, and then the profile:apply will pick the proxy from the preference.
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