When initializing a composer package with
composer init you are asked for a
vendor/package-name. I used to type this out all the time, but today I learned how to set a default value for the vendor name.
With the following fine line of magic you can set a default vendor name for your packages, that composer will use as default value for your packages. Add this to your
~/.bashrc and you don't have to type out your
vendor/package-name each time you run
vim ~/.bashrc # ... # set custom composer vendor name (tjventurini) export COMPOSER_DEFAULT_VENDOR=tjventurini
Now when you run
composer init you should already see something like the following prefilled.
Package name (<vendor>/<name>) [tjventurini/package-name]:
The package name will come from the directory your are in.