I'm trying to run some auto-code-review in scrutinizer-ci for a new extension, the problem is that the builder can't find these composer dependencies:

  • "magento/framework": "~100.0",
  • "magento/module-catalog": "~100.0",
  • "magento/module-store": "~100.0",
  • "magento/module-theme": "~100.0",

These are my module dependencies and I don't want to remove them, so anyone knows if there is a way to "hack" dependencies resolution in scrutinizer or if my composer.json file is wrong?

Here is my entire composer.json file

  "name": "mauronigrele/setuptools",
  "description": "Mauro Nigrele - Setup Tools",
  "type": "magento2-module",
  "version": "0.1.0",
  "license": [
  "authors": [
      "name": "Mauro Nigrele",
      "email": "mauro.nigrele@gmail.com"
  "require": {
    "php": "~5.5.0|~5.6.0|~7.0.0",
    "magento/magento-composer-installer": "*"
    "magento/framework": "~100.0",
    "magento/module-catalog": "~100.0",
    "magento/module-store": "~100.0",
    "magento/module-theme": "~100.0",
  "autoload": {
    "files": [ "registration.php" ],
    "psr-4": {
      "MauroNigrele\\SetupTools\\": "MauroNigrele/SetupTools"

Composer currently would not have any knowledge where to find magento/framework, etc as it would only look on packagist for them. To fix you would need to add the below to your composer.json:

"repositories": [
        "type": "composer",
        "url": "http://repo.magento.com/"

and then use login details linked to your Magento account - see here for details on how to create it.

  • Thanks for response. I understand your point I could do it that way locally but I can't figure out how to send such information to scrutinizer. (if I remove dependencies build works fine but some bugs brings up due to dependencies). - BTW I take the opportunity to thank you for your speedster extension! it's present in all my M1 stores since it was released! – MauroNigrele Jan 21 '16 at 23:59
  • No probs and you might also want to checkout Speedster Advanced. You might have to ping @jcowie for scrutinizer advice. – Kristof at Fooman Jan 22 '16 at 1:22
  • thanks again, and sure we use Speedster Advanced most of the time. – MauroNigrele Jan 22 '16 at 4:40

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