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phpunit/php-token-stream 3.1.3

Wrapper around PHP's tokenizer extension.
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What does phpunit/php-token-stream do?

The phpunit/php-token-stream is a sophisticated software tool that serves as a wrapper around PHP's tokenizer extension. Its fundamental function is to manage and process the stream of tokens generated by PHP's tokenizer extension. This becomes particularly helpful when dealing with large codebases, providing users with a convenient and efficient way to handle PHP code from within PHP scripts. It's renowned for its part in helping developers streamline their work.

How do you use phpunit/php-token-stream?

To utilize the functionalities of the phpunit/php-token-stream, you'll need to install it within your project. This can be achieved using Composer, the Dependency Manager for PHP. Simply run the following command in your terminal to add it as a local, per-project dependency:

composer require phpunit/php-token-stream

However, if you anticipate the need for this library only during the development process, for example, to run your project's test suite, it will be more appropriate to add it as a development-time dependency. The following command accomplishes just that:

composer require --dev phpunit/php-token-stream

After the installation, you can use the token stream functionality within your PHP scripts according to your project's requirements.

Where are the phpunit/php-token-stream docs?

For comprehensive phpunit/php-token-stream documentation, you can head over to the official Github page of the tool at https://github.com/sebastianbergmann/php-token-stream.git. The detailed usage instructions, coupled with other useful materials present, make this package easy to understand and use. Further, the presence of a live community on Github can be extremely helpful if you encounter any challenges or need clarifications on using the phpunit/php-token-stream package. Remember, staying updated with the documentation is key to exploiting the full benefits of this composer package.