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@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ When you fire up PHP_Repl, you’re greeted with a prompt:
php>
-Any PHP code you enter here is evaluated, and it’s result printed. You don’t need to include trailing semicolons.
+Any PHP code you enter here is evaluated, and its result printed. You don’t need to include trailing semicolons.
php> 5+5
int(10)
@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ If you would like to pass additional variables into the REPL’s scope, you may
Configuration
=============
-PHP_Repl stores it’s configuration in `$HOME/.phpreplrc`. A default file will be created for you if none exists. Any options you set while the REPL is running will be written out when you quit it.
+PHP_Repl stores its configuration in `$HOME/.phpreplrc`. A default file will be created for you if none exists. Any options you set while the REPL is running will be written out when you quit it.
The following options are recognized:
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ I looked at a few different projects which aim to provide similar functionality,
Developed by Facebook, and unmaintained since 2006. It uses Python to wrap around PHP, and it doesn’t work with the Python shipped with OS X.
- [PHP_Shell](http://pear.php.net/package/PHP_Shell).
- In PEAR, also unmaintained since 2006. Really, really big. Uses the Token API to parse the string before eval’ing. Rolls it’s own command language for the REPL, rather than leveraging the fact that it’s a mechanism for playing with a run environment.
+ In PEAR, also unmaintained since 2006. Really, really big. Uses the Token API to parse the string before eval’ing. Rolls its own command language for the REPL, rather than leveraging the fact that it’s a mechanism for playing with a run environment.
- [phpa](http://david.acz.org/phpa/).
The closest to what I wanted, but not quite there. It’s also moldy, and it’s procedural PHP 4 code. *Requires* readline, which is nice for a terminal, but useles for running in Emacs.

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