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Please make lessphp a Composer package (http://getcomposer.org/) and put it on http://packagist.org/.
I second this, but really before this is done it needs to be made PSR-0 compliant. At the moment I am using the following repository definition:
"classmap": [ "./" ]
Unfortunately this also adds all the tests to the autoloader, but its better than nothing.
-1 for pseudo-standard requirement 0 compliance. PEAR naming is dead, and namespacing was designed and intended to completely replace it and the hackish pseudo-namespacing that it used for autoloading; PSR-0 is an attempt to blend the two together to create something worse than ever before, both in terms of performance and straightforwardness. Having an underscore behave as a magic character when constructing a class's filepath only under specific conditions is bloody crazy talk and only mystifies design. Plus, it was created on a closed mailing list by a self-appointed "standards group" with very little public influence and input (and it shows).
There's some additional stuff on PSR-0's...lack of coherence here, I found: http://blog.ircmaxell.com/2011/11/on-psr-0-being-included-in-phps-core.html
A better solution is to use one that was provided in PHP-core from the very beginning, in PHP 5.3 - literal autoloading. Underscores map to underscores, namespace separators just map to directory separators, etc. Reference php manual, functions spl_autoload_extensions, get_include_path, set_include_path.
Okay it's up, thanks @RobLoach
Not sure how to push the version tags from git to it though, maybe only new ones show up? (I set up the commit hook)
Thanks a lot for the help! You're correct, only new versions will show up as those are the only versions that'll have the composer.json meta-data file.