Indigo and DOMi are now available through Packagist

Over the past few months, I've been making use of Composer for managing my project dependencies. I am impressed and hope that the PHP community adopts Composer completely. Thus, it is only natural that I adopt Composer for releasing my work. 

I now have Indigo as a project on Packagist, Composer's primary repository. In addition, I have also made DOMi available as a library on Packagist. This doesn't mean that Indigo is anywhere near usable (although it moves a little closer every day), but I am pleased to see my work available like this.

To install Indigo through Composer:
php composer.phar create-project indigo/indigo path/to/dir

I know it's silly, but I'm excited to have my software installable through the command line. It makes me feel a tiny bit on par with systems like apt and npm and pecl. I love the ease of installation on those other systems, and hope that this will help spread my work a little bit further.

DOMi can be installed by adding it to your composer.json requirements, just like any other Composer requirements. I don't know if this will make me continue work on DOMi. It was a simple project that has fulfilled its scope. I might do some minor maintenance or speed improvements, but anything beyond that is unknown.