Today we are happy to announce the next version of Composercat with many new and exiting features. Download here.
1. Package comments
You can now add comments to packages.
The comments are displayed in the package list and they offer a convenient way to set reminders, TODOs, warnings and explanations about why a specific package was added to the project.
The comments are stored in composer.json under the extra key so they can be viewed and edited by people who don't use Composercat.
Here's what the composer.json file would look like in your text editor:
You can now use Composercat to create a project from an existing package (like you would with composer create-project).
It's as easy selecting a package and you can take advantage of the auto-complete feature provided by Packagist.
5. Autocomplete for Drupal projects
Composercat's autocomplete now works with Drupal's Composer repositories (alongside Packagist).
This feature is only available for Drupal projects.
All you need to do is configure it in repositories or create a project from a Drupal template package.