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Update doc to show how to use new ruleset

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Pierre Rudloff 2 years ago
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@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ This tool checks your files against a variety of coding standards, including PSR
You can simply install it through PEAR: `pear install PHP_CodeSniffer`
Once it is installed and available in your PATH, here's the command to run before committing your work:

$> phpcs --standard=PSR2 <file or directory>
$> phpcs --standard=ruleset.xml <file or directory>

The output is a list of all the coding standards violations that you should fix before committing your work.
Additionally, `phpcs` integrates with a few IDEs (Eclipse, Netbeans, PHPStorm...) so that you don't have to fiddle with the command line.
@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ If you're getting a massive list of standards violations when running `phpcs`, i
Thankfully, PHP Code Sniffer is shipped with an automatic code fixer that can take care of the tedious task for you.
Here's the command to automatically fix the files you created/modified:

$> phpcbf --standard=PSR2 <file or directory>
$> phpcbf --standard=ruleset.xml <file or directory>

If the command-line tools `diff` and `patch` are unavailabe for you, `phpcbf` can use slightly slower PHP equivalents by using the `--no-patch` argument.



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