From the Unix command line, how would you install an imaginary PEAR package called MyPack?
Which method of the Auth class would you use to commence authentication?
What is the name of the PEAR object that some methods we have encountered return to indicate a problem with execution?
Which tag would you use in a PhpDocumentor comment to describe an argument to a method?
Which flag would you pass to the phpdoc command-line script to ensure that private methods and properties are documented?
A tree of configuration objects in the Config packages will all be of the same type. What is the name of the class from which they will all be instantiated?
The PEAR style guide recommends that you should drop parentheses from control structures where it is legal to do so. True or false?
To install a package called MyPack using the command line, you would use pear install as follows:
pear install MyPack
The Auth::start() method is used to commence authentication with the Auth package.
The PEAR_Error object is often returned by a PEAR method when an error occurs.
The @param tag is used to document method arguments.
You would pass the flag -pp to phpdoc to ensure that private elements are documented, like so:
phpdoc -s from -pp on -t target
The Config package builds trees of Config_Container objects.
The PEAR style guide recommends that you include parentheses in control structures, even when you don't strictly have to.