Adding Composer installation instructions. #67

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@michelle
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Thanks for this, and sorry for the delay! Could we format Composer and Git as 2nd level headings, and have the divider between the two sections instead? :)

@adamlc
adamlc commented May 21, 2014

@chrispitt and @michelle I wouldn't recommend telling the user to use dev-master either as it might include breaking changes. Use something like ~1

@assertchris

So over this PR. 6 Months to assimilate a simple change, that helps adoption?

@bkrausz
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bkrausz commented Jun 21, 2014

@chrispitt - Sorry for the delay, this was added recently (before I saw your PR). Apologies for the delay: we will be much more prompt about responses about the PHP bindings now. Please let me know if you think the instructions could be made clearer, I looked at how some other libraries discuss Composer installations and tried to emulate them.

@sajiddesigner

I have tried installing composer as it were shown here https://getcomposer.org/download/
Following are the errors

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You do not need to install Composer to use our bindings, there are alternate instructions at https://github.com/stripe/stripe-php/#manual-installation

If you do want to use Composer, there are instructions to do so at https://getcomposer.org/doc/00-intro.md#installation-windows - it notes that if you get that error you should switch from https to http in the URL

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