mypear - set the pear path: location of PEAR installations to manage by default

Introduction

The mypear command sets up the path or paths in which Pyrus will look for installed packages. If multiple paths are specified, they should be separated by PATH_SEPARATOR, which is : on unix systems, and ; on Windows-based systems. If multiple paths are specified, only the first path will be used for installing packages. The other paths are only used to validate package dependencies.

mypear is a convenient alternative to using the set command to set the my_pear_path configuration variable.

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