A few weeks ago Mike Bronner wrote a tutorial on how to install PHPCI, an open source continuous integration application, in Laravel Homestead.
His tutorial demonstrated the manual way of installing it by going through all the steps required. Since this post two new packages have been released to automate this process.
The first is homestead-phpci by Egor Pervuninski. This package uses Ansible to automatically install PHPCI.
Syed Irfaq R. had the same ideas and created a phpci-installer. This one differs as it uses a simple shell script to install everything you need.
Whether you prefer to follow a tutorial, use a shell script, or ansible installing phpci should be really simple now.
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