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TYPO3 DDEV-Local Boilerplate
While it is quite simple to use, it requires a little bit of initial setup for new or existing projects. This boilerplate repository contains an example configuration for a DDEV-Local TYPO3 setup. As with everything else there is more than one way to do it and of course you do not need to follow this configuration (exactly). Please be aware that this repository only includes a very basic boilerplate for a TYPO3 extension. It is perhaps necessary to add some configuration yourself.
How to use it
To start with it is of course required to install
ddev first. After setting up a TYPO3 extension structure including this boilerplate (beware to customize
composer.json to your needs) it is necessary to run
ddev composer install for setting up the TYPO3 project and afterwards start the project with
ddev start. By running
ddev launch or visiting the displayed URL you can continue the setup of the local TYPO3 installation in your browser and start developing the extension in the root folder of the TYPO3 project.
How it works
The boilerplate contains a
composer.json file for TYPO3 v11 (check the other branches of this repo for older version) created with
ddev composer create "typo3/cms-base-distribution" . In the directory
.ddev there is a basic
config.yaml file containing the DDEV configuration which is accompanied with the
docker-composer.environment.yaml file for setting the
Development. Additionally the
config.yaml file and the
composer.json define that the TYPO3 installation and configuration is kept in the
.build directory (which is ignored in
.gitignore). The last file to mention is the
.gitattributes which defines
export-ignore rules for the relevant files/directories in this repository.
The credits for the original boilerplate repository (for TYPO3 v10) go to contributors of the bootstrap_package especially Benjamin Kott and Gilbertsoft. The original content for TYPO3 v10 of this repository is more or less exactly modeled after it and afterwards updated for newer versions on my own.