• generates a comprehensive information page for your current PEAR install.
  • the format for the page is similar to that for phpinfo() except using PEAR colors.
  • have complete PEAR Credits (based on the packages you have installed).
  • will show if there is a newer version than the one presently installed (and what its state is).
  • a default style sheet is provided by default, but render is fully customizable
  • outputs plain text instead of HTML when using the CLI mode (since version 1.8.0).
  • show list of all files PEAR searches for configs, not only the files that were actually read (since version 1.9.0).
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