Monday, 17 August 2009

PHP_CodeSniffer 1.2.0 released

It's been just over 13 months since the last stable release of PHP_CodeSniffer, but today I've finally released version 1.2.0 and it's packed with features and fixes.

Some of the highlights:
- support for checking CSS files
- the ability to tell PHP_CodeSniffer to ignore parts of your code
- writing any report to a file
- a new emacs report format
- integration with JSLint
- the ability to specify a list of sniffs on the command line
- support for multi-file sniffs
- full support for the new PEAR coding standard
- 35 new sniffs to use in your own standards
- 27 bug fixes

Thanks to everyone who tested alpha and beta releases over the last 12 months and a special thanks to everyone who took the time to submit bug reports and contribute features.

You can view the full changelog and download the release on the package download page.

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