Automatically generate class diagram from PHP source code
Create PHP class diagram with images with #PHUML
It seems that PHPSTORM has a function to create a class diagram, but since PHPSTORM is not included in the home environment, I was looking for a tool that automatically generates a class diagram and found a tool called phuml. The environment is Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
https://github.com/jakobwesthoff/phuml Download it from and extract it to a suitable location. I deployed it as phuml in ~ / .local. You can now run it.
$ php ~ / .local / phuml / src / app / phuml phUML Version 0.2 (Jakob Westhoff <[email protected]>) Usage: phuml [-h | -l] [OPTIONS] <DIRECTORY> <PROCESSOR> [PROCESSOR OPTIONS] ... <OUTFILE> Commands: -h Display this help text -l List all available processors Options: Options: -r Scan given directorie recursively Example: phuml -r ./ -graphviz -createAssociations false -neato out.png This example will scan the current directory recursively for php files. Send them to the "dot" processor which will process them with the option "createAssociations" set to false. After that it will be send to the neato processor and saved to the file out.png
It’s hard for me to enter it every time, so I put a symbolic link on it.
sudo ln -si ~ / .local / phuml / src / app / phuml / usr / local / bin
After that, move to the directory you want to analyze and have it in the sample
phuml -r ./ -graphviz -createAssociations false -neato out.png
It is OK if you execute and raise it. I tried running it in the src directory of passport, one of the laravel ecosystem.
I was able to display it properly!