PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Repository
» What is it?
PEAR is a framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components.
Sounds good? Perhaps you might want to know about installing PEAR on your system or installing pear packages.
You can find help using PEAR packages in the online manual and the FAQ.
If you have been told by other PEAR developers to sign up for a PEAR website account, you can use this interface.
» Hot off the Press
We’ve released PEAR installer version 1.10.0dev1, which brings support for PHP 7 while dropping support for PHP 4 – 5.3.
See the announcement post @ cweiske.de for more information.
A vulnerability in the HTML_AJAX package has been found which allows arbitrary remote code execution. All versions of the package from 0.4.0 up to and including release 0.5.6 are affected by this.
An new release of the package is available which fixes this issue. One is strongly encouraged to upgrade to it by using:
$ pear upgrade HTML_AJAX-0.5.7.
The PEAR installer version 1.9.5 has been released today.
The new version – three years after the last stable 1.9.4 and 2 weeks after the preview – is a bugfix only release. 13 bugs have been fixed. Among them are the following:
- #18466: Modifying paths during installation broken on Windows
- #20203: PEAR channels on github user pages do not work
- #20283: Report correct php.ini directive on xdebug installation (and every other zend_extension)
Our plan is to work on a new version 1.10 that is E_STRICT and E_DEPRECATED clean and ships a couple of new features.
You can find help and support on our
and IRC channel.
Our developers are also on
as well as the wiki.