Pear Channel set up for Phake

For those that may not have caught my first post on the subject, Phake is a mock framework that I announced a couple of days ago in Introducing Phake Mocking Framework. It was recommended in the comments that I get it on a pear channel somewhere, which is something I have wanted to do but hadn’t had a reason to do until this week. Well, now there is an official Digital Sandwich Pear Channel that is hosting Phake. So if you want to play around with Phake you can install it like this:

pear channel-discover pear.digitalsandwich.com
pear install channel://pear.digitalsandwich.com/Phake-1.0.0alpha

Also, a couiple quick little side notes, the only reason I am still considering this an alpha is the lack of exhaustive, centralized documentation. The Phake Wiki has some good details as does my previous post but I would like to get more official documentation up soon at which put it into a full beta. The api right now should be considered stable however. It will not be changing short of huge issues. We have been using it in production testing at my company for a little while no with great success. So, if the label of ‘alpha’ makes you nervous, don’t worry. It’ll be okay.

Lastly, this library is compatible with PHP 5.2. I never really mentioned that in my last post either. It is not currently utilizing any php 5.3 functionality and I have no plans to break this backwards compatibility any time soon.

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