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Greg Beaver's Blog:
Pyrus, PEAR2 and web code coverage report for phpt-based tests
February 17, 2009 @ 09:31:57

Greg Beaver has posted an update one some of the things he's been working on in the realm of his projects - Pyrus, PEAR2 and code coverage for phpt-based tests.

In any case, now that work on ext/phar has shifted primarily to maintenance mode, and namespaces are finally ancient history, I've shifted all of my coding energy to getting Pyrus, PEAR's next-generation installer, ready to ship.

Pyrus is the PEAR installer as rewritten for the next major PHP release (5.3) and uses a lot of the new features it offers (including full archive support, SQLite 3, combined configuration files and several new developer-centric additions). He also includes a sample bit of code that he worked up to run code coverage reports against the PEAR packages. He includes links to three different examples of the report's output.

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