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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<ruleset name="Hyphenator-Standard" namespace="Org\Heigl\Hyphenator\CS\Standard">
<!--
The name attribute of the ruleset tag is displayed
when running PHP_CodeSniffer with the -v command line
argument.
If you have custom sniffs, and they use a namespace prefix
that is different to the name of the directory containing
your ruleset.xml file, you can set the namespace prefix using
the namespace attribute of the ruleset tag.
For example, if your namespace format for sniffs is
MyProject\CS\Standard\Sniffs\Category, set the namespace to
MyProject\CS\Standard (everything up to \Sniffs\)
-->
<!--
The content of the description tag is not displayed anywhere
except in this file, so it can contain information for
developers who may change this file in the future.
-->
<description>Coding Standard for the Hyphenator-Project</description>
<!--
You can hard-code config values used by sniffs directly
into your custom standard. Note that this does not work
for config values that override command line arguments,
such as show_warnings and report_format.
The following tag is equivalent to the command line argument:
-runtime-set zend_ca_path /path/to/ZendCodeAnalyzer
-->
<!--config name="zend_ca_path" value="/path/to/ZendCodeAnalyzer"/-->
<!--
If no files or directories are specified on the command line
your custom standard can specify what files should be checked
instead.
Note that file and directory paths specified in a ruleset are
relative to the ruleset's location, and that specifying any file or
directory path on the command line will ignore all file tags.
-->
<file>./src</file>
<file>./tests</file>
<!--
You can hard-code ignore patterns directly into your
custom standard so you don't have to specify the
patterns on the command line.
The following two tags are equivalent to the command line argument:
-ignore=*/tests/*,*/data/*
-->
<exclude-pattern>*/share/*</exclude-pattern>
<exclude-pattern>*/tools/*</exclude-pattern>
<exclude-pattern>*/bootstrap.php</exclude-pattern>
<!--
Patterns can be specified as relative if you would
like the relative path of the file checked instead of the
full path. This can sometimes help with portability.
The relative path is determined based on the paths you
pass into PHP_CodeSniffer on the command line.
-->
<!--exclude-pattern type="relative">^/tests/*</exclude-pattern>
<exclude-pattern type="relative">^/data/*</exclude-pattern-->
<!--
You can hard-code command line values into your custom standard.
Note that this does not work for the command line values:
-v[v][v], -l, -d, -sniffs and -standard
The following tags are equivalent to the command line arguments:
-report=summary -colors -sp
-->
<!--arg name="report" value="summary"/-->
<arg name="report" value="full"/>
<arg name="colors"/>
<arg value="sp"/>
<!--
You can hard-code custom php.ini settings into your custom standard.
The following tag sets the memory limit to 64M.
-->
<ini name="memory_limit" value="64M"/>
<!--
If your helper classes need custom autoloading rules that you are
not able to include in other ways, you can hard-code files to include
before the ruleset is processed and any sniff classes have been loaded.
This is different to bootstrap files, which are loaded after the ruleset
has already been processed.
-->
<!--autoload>/path/to/autoload.php</autoload>
<autoload>/path/to/other/autoload.php</autoload-->
<!--
Include all sniffs in the PEAR standard. Note that the
path to the standard does not have to be specified as the
PEAR standard exists inside the PHP_CodeSniffer install
directory.
-->
<rule ref="PSR2"/>
<rule ref="PSR1.Files.SideEffects.FoundWithSymbols">
<exclude-pattern>src/Hyphenator.php</exclude-pattern>
</rule>
</ruleset>
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