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phpca=====When running from the source tree, use:php src/phpca.php -p <path> <file or directory>where <path> is the bath to the PHP binary (required for the lint checkthat is done before tokenizing the file) and <file or directory> is eithera single PHP file or a directory. If a directory is given, all *.php filesin that directory and its subdirectories will be analyzed.To run from Phar archive (to create a Phar archive, run "phing phar"), use:php phpca.phar -p <path> <file or directory>The other command line switches phpca currently supports are: -p <file> --php <file> Specify path to PHP executable (required). -l --list List all built-in rules. -h --help Prints this usage information. -v --version Prints the version number.See TODO file for development roadmap.