This might help you When I install Zend via composer create-project -n -sdev zendframework/skeleton-application as specified by Zend's main tutorial, I get a skeleton application that seems to work nicely. , When you run the command
help you fix your problem WAMP uses different php.ini files in the CLI and for Apache. when you enable php_openssl through the WAMP UI, you enable it for Apache, not for the CLI. You need to modify C:\wamp\bin\php\php-5.4.3\php.ini to enable it for the CLI.
Composer\Downloader\TransportException by composer.phar self-update in a Zend Framework 2 application
Any of those help To enable auto complete for composer in bash you need to write a function that returns an array of possible values for the last typed parameter (_composer() in this case) and register it using complete -F function command. As a complete, working example add the following to your .bashrc (or any other configuration script you might be using)
if ($cmd > /dev/null 2>&1)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "$($cmd list --raw | cut -f 1 -d " " | tr "\n" " ")" -- $cur) )
complete -F _composer composer
complete -F _composer composer.phar
Zend Studio 10: "Composer" contextual menu missing?
To fix the issue you can do I have been playing with this for some time now and believe that the Zend documentation is in need of some updates. I have managed to find all of the Composer functionality in the main project view - a contextual menu does not seem to be required and, I suspect, has been removed as a result.
Adding git repository with Composer for development branch where no composer.json present
With these it helps It's useless to fiddle with any composer.json replacement for this repository because it contains C software that needs to be compiled and installed as a PHP extension. Composer won't do this for you, it can only manage PHP source code.