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sebastian/environment 7.0.0

Provides functionality to handle HHVM/PHP environments
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10 Feb 2014
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2 Feb 2024
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does sebastian/environment do?

The sebastian/environment package is a valuable tool designed to streamline the handling of HHVM/PHP environments. Acting as a facilitator for writing PHP code that incorporates specific runtime paths for PHP and HHVM, its functionality makes it a popular choice for developers seeking a more streamlined workflow.

How do you use sebastian/environment?

Utilizing sebastian/environment in your project is as simple as adding it to your dependencies through Composer.

For incorporating it as a local, per-project dependency, simply enter this command in your terminal:

composer require sebastian/environment

In the case where the library is only needed during the development stage, for instance, to run your project’s test suite, it should be added as a development-time dependency with this command:

composer require --dev sebastian/environment

Where are the sebastian/environment docs?

Though the GitHub repository of sebastian/environment contains substantial details about the package, comprehensive documentation as commonly expected for various packages does not appear to be available specifically for sebastian/environment. All available information is provided on the GitHub repository itself.