sitegeist/janitor

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composer require sitegeist/janitor

Clean up your content repository

v3.1.0

Clean up your content repository

Version
v3.1.0
Type
neos-package
Release Date
01.09.2020 16:52:01
Source
git
Distribution
zip
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GPL-3.0+ e84f095e976c7c5d620ac8e720f1697aa38539ee

Sitegeist.Janitor

Tools for the content repository

Authors & Sponsors

The development and the public-releases of this package is generously sponsored by our employer http://www.sitegeist.de.

Installation

Sitegeist.Janitor is available via packagist:

composer require --dev sitegeist/janitor

Usage

Sitegeist.Janitor consists of a couple of tools to help you inspect your content repository and discover optimization potential. In addition it adds an automatic help message in the neos ui for every nodeType and property to get the exact names and types fast.

report:unused

Find out, what NodeTypes are not used inside your Neos instance.

./flow report:unused

Options:

  • --threshold (optional, default: 0) - You can use this parameter to detect more than just unused NodeTypes, but basically all NodeTypes that have lesser occurences than this threshold
  • --super-type (optional, default: 'Neos.Neos:Node') - With this parameter, you can limit the set of considered NodeTypes to those that inherit a specific SuperType
  • --workspaces (optional, default: 'live') - You can also limit the set of considered workspaces

report:occurences

Get a list of all occurences of a specific node type.

./flow report:occurences MyAwesome.Package:MyAwesomeNodeType

Options:

  • --node-type (required) - The node to which you want to find the occurences
  • --workspaces (optional, default: '_all') - Limit the set of considered workspaces
  • --limit (optional, default: 5) - With this parameter, you can limit the number of occurences that are listed in the report
  • --start-at (optional, default: 1) - Specifies the index of the result at which to start the report

report:nodetypes

Get an overview of all your node types.

./flow report:nodetypes

Options:

  • --super-type (optional, default: 'Neos.Neos:Node') - With this parameter, you can limit the set of considered NodeTypes to those that inherit a specific SuperType
  • --filter (optional, default: '') - Filter your results with a shell glob pattern, leave this empty to not filter at all
  • --abstract (optional, default: false) - Consider abstract node types as well
  • --oneline (optional, default: false) - Creates a condensed report

report:whereallowed

Find out where a particular node type is allowed. This command gives you a list of NodeTypes and auto created child nodes and highlights those in which the given node type is allowed.

./flow report:whereallowed Neos.Neos:Content

Options:

  • --node-type (required) - The node type to analyze
  • --filter (optional, default: '') - Filter your results with a shell glob pattern, leave this empty to not filter at all

report:uris

Get a list of all Uris for a given node type.

./flow report:uris

Options:

  • --node-type (optional, default: 'Neos.Neos:Document') - The node type to analyze
  • --filter (optional, default: '') - Filter your results with a shell glob pattern, leave this empty to not filter at all
  • --workspace (optional, default: 'live') - Limit your results to a certain workspace
  • --verbose (optional, default: false) - Increase verbosity
  • --limit (optional, default: 0) - Limit the number of your results (0 = no limit)

Contributions

We will gladly accept contributions. Please send us pull requests.

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Please make sure to contribute PSR-2 compliant sources.

License

See LICENSE.md

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