In der Dokumentation zu Composer wird erläutert, wie man global auf
composer.phar zugreifen kann, ohne permanent
php composer.phar ins Terminal eingeben zu müssen:
You can place the Composer PHAR anywhere you wish. If you put it in a directory that is part of your
PATH, you can access it globally. On unix systems you can even make it executable and invoke it without directly using the
After running the installer following the Download page instructions you can run this to move composer.phar to a directory that is in your path:
mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer
Note: If the above fails due to permissions, you may need to run it again with sudo.
Note: On some versions of OSX the
/usr directory does not exist by default. If you receive the error “/usr/local/bin/composer: No such file or directory” then you must create the directory manually before proceeding:
mkdir -p /usr/local/bin.
Note: For information on changing your PATH, please read the Wikipedia article and/or use Google.
Now just run
composer in order to run Composer instead of