And, if you’re using either Ubuntu or Fedora as your dev desktop/laptop, a new one-line installer that takes care of those pesky system-level dependencies that the PEAR Installer can’t help you with
How To Move To The New PEAR Channel
$ sudo pear uninstall Gradwell/ComponentManager Gradwell/ComponentManagerPhpLibrary Gradwell/ComponentManagerPhpWebapp Gradwell/ComponentManagerPhpDocbook Gradwell/ComponentManagerShared Gradwell/ConsoleDisplayLib Gradwell/CommandLineLib Gradwell/ValidationLib Gradwell/phix Gradwell/Autoloader Gradwell/ExtenderLib
Then, visit the installation instructions on phix-project.org. Try out our new one-line installers for Ubuntu or Fedora. (Got a one-line installer for another platform? Fork the website on GitHub and send me a pull request
If all goes well, you should end up with phix-0.13 installed on your computer:
$ pear list -c phix | grep phix phix 0.13.2 stable phix4componentdev 0.13.2 stable
If You Have Components That Depend On Phix’s Components …
… you’ll need to edit their package.xml files:
- Swap any references to pear.gradwell.com to pear.phix-project.org.
- Check any <min> and <max> version numbers of any Phix components you depend on, as I’ve bumped all the version numbers.
All of Phix’s components now live in the Phix_Project namespace. You’ll need to update any classes that ‘use’ any of the Phix classes accordingly.