"Tech Support" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:


> Using pear is easy. If you've used CPAN to install perl modules, then
> you'll find pear to be kind of like CPAN for php.
> You can just add to sf page that PEL can also be installed as a pear
> module with these steps:

Would you like to maintain this information on SF? It would be nice if
the URL used was something lihe http://pel.sf.net/pear.

I can give you permissions to do this on SF, but I don't have time to do
it myself.

> 1) pear must be already installed and configured on user's server. The
> steps for installing are listed at pear.php.net
> Then from command like do this:
> # pear channel-discover pear.sharedlog.com
> # pear install sharedlog/PEL
> This will install all the classes and then to use PEL you just add
>  require_once 'PEL/PelJpeg.php';
>  require_once 'PEL/PelTiff.php';
> That's all. 
> Also if you are a developer and write an application that requires
> PEL, and you package your application as pear package, you can just
> list the PEL as a dependency and provide a channel pear.sharedlog.com
> Then the client when installing you application with pear installer
> will automatically download and install PEL That was actually the
> reason why I added PEL to my pear channel.
> With pear upgrading is also easy and in some rare cases when the new
> version turns out to have bugs, it's also very easy to downgrade to
> previous version.

It sounds nice!

Martin Geisler

VIFF (Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework) brings easy and efficient
SMPC (Secure Multi-Party Computation) to Python. See: http://viff.dk/.

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