PHP_CodeSniffer 2.0.0 released (5.12.2014, 02:51)

Nineteen months ago I started work on a project to allow PHP_CodeSniffer to fix the problems that it finds. Doing this required a lot of changes to the core classes a lot of iteration and refactoring of the fixing and testing code and an enormous amount of time and...

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PEAR Security Vulnerability Announcement (28.10.2014, 23:21)

A vulnerability in the HTML_AJAX package has been found which allows arbitrary remote code execution. All versions of the package from 0.4.0 up to and including release 0.5.6 are affected by this.

An new release of the package is available which fixes this issue. One is strongly encouraged to upgrade to it by using:

$ pear upgrade HTML_AJAX-0.5.7.

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Christians Tagebuch Recent PEAR package releases (22.7.2014, 21:12)

I wasn't idle since the release of PEAR 1.9.5 but did a bit of work on my PEAR packages.

Net_WebFinger version 0.4.0 now supports the final WebFinger RFC 7033. On pfefferle's request I made both Net_WebFinger and its dependency XML_XRD available on packagist and thus installable via composer: pear/net_webfinger and pear/xml_xrd

Some minutes ago I released version 0.4.0 of the OpenID package. It fixes 6 bugs and adds a new feature.

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PEAR PEAR 1.9.5 is out (12.7.2014, 19:48)

The PEAR installer version 1.9.5 has been released today.

The new version – three years after the last stable 1.9.4 and 2 weeks after the preview – is a bugfix only release. 13 bugs have been fixed. Among them are the following:

  • #18466: Modifying paths during installation broken on Windows
  • #20203: PEAR channels on github user pages do not work
  • #20283: Report correct php.ini directive on xdebug installation (and every other zend_extension)

Our plan is to work on a new version 1.10 that is E_STRICT and E_DEPRECATED clean and ships a couple of new features.

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Christians Tagebuch PEAR 1.9.5 is out (12.7.2014, 18:39)

This article has originally been published on the PEAR blog:

PEAR 1.9.5 is out @ blog.pear.php.net .

The PEAR installer version 1.9.5 has been released today.

The new version – three years after the last stable 1.9.4 and 2 weeks after the preview – is a bugfix only release. 13 bugs have been fixed. Among them are the following:

  • #18466: Modifying paths during installation broken on Windows
  • #20203: PEAR channels on github user pages do not work
  • #20283: Report correct php.ini directive on xdebug installation

Our plan is to work on a new version 1.10 that is E_STRICT and E_DEPRECATED clean and ships a couple of new features.

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Analysis of Coding Conventions (3.7.2014, 06:12)

Coding standards tend to vary between projects. Even projects that use the same written standard can vary in a number of ways as standards tend to leave a lot of room to apply your own coding style in various areas. To get a better idea of what coding styles...

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Christians Tagebuch PEAR 1.9.5dev1 released (28.6.2014, 14:49)

This article has originally been published on the PEAR blog:

PEAR 1.9.5dev1 released @ blog.pear.php.net .

I've just released a preview of the upcoming PEAR installer version 1.9.5: PEAR 1.9.5dev1.

Version 1.9.5 will be the first release of the PEAR installer since 3 years, and thus needs quite some testing before declaring it stable. Instead of using “RC1″, we opted for “dev1″ to keep the stability below alpha, so that upgrading normal packages in alpha/beta state do not automatically give you a potentially unstable PEAR version.

You can upgrade your existing PEAR version with the following command:

$ pear upgrade PEAR-1.9.5dev1

Pre-release versions of go-pear.phar and install-pear-nozlib.phar can be temporarily be found at

Please report any bugs you find on the PEAR bug tracker or on the pear-dev mailing list.

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PEAR PEAR 1.9.5dev1 released (27.6.2014, 17:46)

I’ve just released a preview of the upcoming PEAR installer version 1.9.5: PEAR 1.9.5dev1.

Version 1.9.5 will be the first release of the PEAR installer since 3 years, and thus needs quite some testing before declaring it stable. Instead of using “RC1″, we opted for “dev1″ to keep the stability below alpha, so that upgrading normal packages in alpha/beta state do not automatically give you a potentially unstable PEAR version.

You can upgrade your existing PEAR version with the following command:
$ pear upgrade PEAR-1.9.5dev1

Pre-release versions of go-pear.phar and install-pear-nozlib.phar can be temporarily be found at

Please report any bugs you find on the PEAR bug tracker or on the pear-dev mailing list.

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Christians Tagebuch PEAR channel for GeSHi (12.6.2014, 21:06)

Finally: GeSHi now has an official PEAR channel at pear.geshi.org. The last released version 1.0.8.9 is available there.

Installation

$ pear channel-discover pear.geshi.org
$ pear install geshi/geshi

That's all. You can now include geshi.php and start using it.

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Codelog PHP5+ Mail, Net_Socket and Net_SMTP (4.6.2014, 06:12)

Mail is one of the most popular PEAR packages still, but a little bit aged.

In order to break the back of it being something a little more modern, I forked it and the dependencies to PHP5 compatibility.

We've now got:

  • https://github.com/pear/Mail2 - Not yet released, I figure I'll give it a few days to bake
  • https://github.com/pear/Net_SMTP2 - Released as 0.1.0
  • https://github.com/pear/Net_Socket2 - Released as 0.1.0
If you use any of these components and are doing nasty E_STRICT error notification suppression, you can pretty much drop in the new version.

The key differences include Exceptions being raised, PHP5 syntax and no more E_DEPRECATED etc notices.

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