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muglug committed Dec 18, 2019
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Psalm will probably find a number of issues - find out how to deal with them in [Dealing with code issues](dealing_with_code_issues.md).

## Using the Phar

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staabm Dec 18, 2019

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Does this have any glitches? If not it should be the default-installation method, no?


Sometimes your project can conflict with one or more of Psalm’s dependencies.

In that case you may find the Phar (a self-contained PHP executable) useful.

Run `composer require --dev psalm/phar` to install it.

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