Fedora 23 Update: php-pear-PHP-CodeSniffer-2.6.0-1.fc23

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Fedora Update Notification
2016-04-13 16:54:31.878592

Name        : php-pear-PHP-CodeSniffer
Product     : Fedora 23
Version     : 2.6.0
Release     : 1.fc23
URL         : http://pear.php.net/package/PHP_CodeSniffer
Summary     : PHP coding standards enforcement tool
Description :
PHP_CodeSniffer provides functionality to verify that code conforms to
certain standards, such as PEAR, or user-defined.

Update Information:

**PHP_CodeSniffer 2.6.0**  - Paths used when setting CLI arguments inside
ruleset.xml files are now relative to the ruleset location (request #847). This
change only applies to paths within ARG tags, used to set CLI arguments.
Previously, the paths were relative to the directory PHPCS was being run from.
Absolute paths are still allowed and work the same way they always have. This
change allows ruleset.xml files to be more portable - Content passed via STDIN
will now be processed even if files are specified on the command line or in a
ruleset - When passing content via STDIN, you can now specify the file path to
use on the command line (request #934). This allows sniffs that check file paths
to work correctly. This is the same functionality provided by the
phpcs_input_file line, except it is available on the command line - Files
processed with custom tokenizers will no longer be skipped if they appear
minified (request #877). If the custom tokenizer wants minified files skipped,
it can set a $skipMinified member var to TRUE. See the included JS and CSS
tokenizers for an example - Config vars set in ruleset.xml files are now
processed earlier, allowing them to be used during sniff registration. Among
other things, this allows the installed_paths config var to be set in
ruleset.xml files. Thanks to Pieter Frenssen for the patch - Improved detection
of regular expressions in the JS tokenizer - Generic PHP Syntax sniff now uses
PHP_BINARY (if available) to determine the path to PHP if no other path is
available. You can still manually set php_path to use a specific binary for
testing. Thanks to Andrew Berry for the patch - The PHP-supplied T_POW_EQUAL
token has been replicated for PHP versions before 5.6 - Added support for PHP7
use group declarations (request #878). New tokens T_OPEN_USE_GROUP and
T_CLOSE_USE_GROUP are assigned to the open and close curly braces - Generic
ScopeIndent sniff now reports errors for every line that needs the indent
changed (request #903). Previously, it ignored lines that were indented
correctly in the context of their block. This change produces more technically
accurate error messages, but is much more verbose - The PSR2 and Squiz standards
now allow multi-line default values in function declarations (request #542).
Previously, these would automatically make the function a multi-line declaration
- Squiz InlineCommentSniff now allows docblocks on require(_once) and
include(_once) statements. Thanks to Gary Jones for the patch - Squiz and PEAR
Class and File sniffs no longer assume the first comment in a file is always a
file comment. phpDocumentor assigns the comment to the file only if it is not
followed by a structural element. These sniffs now follow this same rule - Squiz
ClassCommentSniff no longer checks for blank lines before class comments.
Removes the error Squiz.Commenting.ClassComment.SpaceBefore - Renamed
Squiz.CSS.Opacity.SpacingAfterPoint to Squiz.CSS.Opacity.DecimalPrecision.
Please update your ruleset if you are referencing this error code directly -
Fixed PHP tokenizer problem that caused an infinite loop when checking a comment
with specific content - Generic Disallow Space and Tab indent sniffs now detect
and fix indents inside embedded HTML chunks (request #882) - Squiz CSS
IndentationSniff no longer assumes the class opening brace is at the end of a
line - Squiz FunctionCommentThrowTagSniff now ignores non-docblock comments -
Squiz ComparisonOperatorUsageSniff now allows conditions like while(true) - PEAR
FunctionCallSignatureSniff (and the Squiz and PSR2 sniffs that use it) now
correctly check the first argument. Further fix for bug #698 - Fixed bug #791 :
codingStandardsChangeSetting settings not working with namespaces - Fixed bug
#872 : Incorrect detection of blank lines between CSS class names - Fixed bug
#879 : Generic InlineControlStructureSniff can create parse error when
case/if/elseif/else have mixed brace and braceless definitions - Fixed bug #883
: PSR2 is not checking for blank lines at the start and end of control
structures - Fixed bug #884 : Incorrect indentation notice for anonymous classes
- Fixed bug #887 : Using curly braces for a shared CASE/DEFAULT statement can
generate an error in PSR2 SwitchDeclaration - Fixed bug #889 : Closure inside
catch/else/elseif causes indentation error - Fixed bug #890 : Function call
inside returned short array value can cause indentation error inside CASE
statements - Fixed bug #897 :
Generic.Functions.CallTimePassByReference.NotAllowed false positive when short
array syntax - Fixed bug #900 :
Squiz.Functions.FunctionDeclarationArgumentSpacing bug when no space between
type hint and argument - Fixed bug #902 : T_OR_EQUAL and T_POW_EQUAL are not
seen as assignment tokens - Fixed bug #910 : Unrecognized "extends" and
indentation on anonymous classes - Fixed bug #915 : JS Tokenizer generates
errors when processing some decimals - Fixed bug #928 : Endless loop when
sniffing a PHP file with a git merge conflict inside a function - Fixed bug #937
: Shebang can cause PSR1 SideEffects warning. Thanks to Clay Loveless for the
patch - Fixed bug #938 : CallTimePassByReferenceSniff ignores functions with
return value

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program. Use
su -c 'yum update php-pear-PHP-CodeSniffer' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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