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<commands version="1.0">
 <install>
  <summary>Install Package</summary>
  <function>doInstall</function>
  <shortcut>i</shortcut>
  <options>
   <force>
    <shortopt>f</shortopt>
    <doc>will overwrite newer installed packages</doc>
   </force>
   <loose>
    <shortopt>l</shortopt>
    <doc>do not check for recommended dependency version</doc>
   </loose>
   <nodeps>
    <shortopt>n</shortopt>
    <doc>ignore dependencies, install anyway</doc>
   </nodeps>
   <register-only>
    <shortopt>r</shortopt>
    <doc>do not install files, only register the package as installed</doc>
   </register-only>
   <soft>
    <shortopt>s</shortopt>
    <doc>soft install, fail silently, or upgrade if already installed</doc>
   </soft>
   <nobuild>
    <shortopt>B</shortopt>
    <doc>don&#039;t build C extensions</doc>
   </nobuild>
   <nocompress>
    <shortopt>Z</shortopt>
    <doc>request uncompressed files when downloading</doc>
   </nocompress>
   <installroot>
    <shortopt>R</shortopt>
    <doc>root directory used when installing files (ala PHP&#039;s INSTALL_ROOT), use packagingroot for RPM</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </installroot>
   <packagingroot>
    <shortopt>P</shortopt>
    <doc>root directory used when packaging files, like RPM packaging</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </packagingroot>
   <ignore-errors>
    <shortopt></shortopt>
    <doc>force install even if there were errors</doc>
   </ignore-errors>
   <alldeps>
    <shortopt>a</shortopt>
    <doc>install all required and optional dependencies</doc>
   </alldeps>
   <onlyreqdeps>
    <shortopt>o</shortopt>
    <doc>install all required dependencies</doc>
   </onlyreqdeps>
   <offline>
    <shortopt>O</shortopt>
    <doc>do not attempt to download any urls or contact channels</doc>
   </offline>
   <pretend>
    <shortopt>p</shortopt>
    <doc>Only list the packages that would be downloaded</doc>
   </pretend>
  </options>
  <doc>[channel/]&lt;package&gt; ...
Installs one or more PEAR packages.  You can specify a package to
install in four ways:

&quot;Package-1.0.tgz&quot; : installs from a local file

&quot;http://example.com/Package-1.0.tgz&quot; : installs from
anywhere on the net.

&quot;package.xml&quot; : installs the package described in
package.xml.  Useful for testing, or for wrapping a PEAR package in
another package manager such as RPM.

&quot;Package[-version/state][.tar]&quot; : queries your default channel&#039;s server
({config master_server}) and downloads the newest package with
the preferred quality/state ({config preferred_state}).

To retrieve Package version 1.1, use &quot;Package-1.1,&quot; to retrieve
Package state beta, use &quot;Package-beta.&quot;  To retrieve an uncompressed
file, append .tar (make sure there is no file by the same name first)

To download a package from another channel, prefix with the channel name like
&quot;channel/Package&quot;

More than one package may be specified at once.  It is ok to mix these
four ways of specifying packages.
</doc>
 </install>
 <upgrade>
  <summary>Upgrade Package</summary>
  <function>doInstall</function>
  <shortcut>up</shortcut>
  <options>
   <channel>
    <shortopt>c</shortopt>
    <doc>upgrade packages from a specific channel</doc>
    <arg>CHAN</arg>
   </channel>
   <force>
    <shortopt>f</shortopt>
    <doc>overwrite newer installed packages</doc>
   </force>
   <loose>
    <shortopt>l</shortopt>
    <doc>do not check for recommended dependency version</doc>
   </loose>
   <nodeps>
    <shortopt>n</shortopt>
    <doc>ignore dependencies, upgrade anyway</doc>
   </nodeps>
   <register-only>
    <shortopt>r</shortopt>
    <doc>do not install files, only register the package as upgraded</doc>
   </register-only>
   <nobuild>
    <shortopt>B</shortopt>
    <doc>don&#039;t build C extensions</doc>
   </nobuild>
   <nocompress>
    <shortopt>Z</shortopt>
    <doc>request uncompressed files when downloading</doc>
   </nocompress>
   <installroot>
    <shortopt>R</shortopt>
    <doc>root directory used when installing files (ala PHP&#039;s INSTALL_ROOT)</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </installroot>
   <ignore-errors>
    <shortopt></shortopt>
    <doc>force install even if there were errors</doc>
   </ignore-errors>
   <alldeps>
    <shortopt>a</shortopt>
    <doc>install all required and optional dependencies</doc>
   </alldeps>
   <onlyreqdeps>
    <shortopt>o</shortopt>
    <doc>install all required dependencies</doc>
   </onlyreqdeps>
   <offline>
    <shortopt>O</shortopt>
    <doc>do not attempt to download any urls or contact channels</doc>
   </offline>
   <pretend>
    <shortopt>p</shortopt>
    <doc>Only list the packages that would be downloaded</doc>
   </pretend>
  </options>
  <doc>&lt;package&gt; ...
Upgrades one or more PEAR packages.  See documentation for the
&quot;install&quot; command for ways to specify a package.

When upgrading, your package will be updated if the provided new
package has a higher version number (use the -f option if you need to
upgrade anyway).

More than one package may be specified at once.
</doc>
 </upgrade>
 <upgrade-all>
  <summary>Upgrade All Packages [Deprecated in favor of calling upgrade with no parameters]</summary>
  <function>doUpgradeAll</function>
  <shortcut>ua</shortcut>
  <options>
   <channel>
    <shortopt>c</shortopt>
    <doc>upgrade packages from a specific channel</doc>
    <arg>CHAN</arg>
   </channel>
   <nodeps>
    <shortopt>n</shortopt>
    <doc>ignore dependencies, upgrade anyway</doc>
   </nodeps>
   <register-only>
    <shortopt>r</shortopt>
    <doc>do not install files, only register the package as upgraded</doc>
   </register-only>
   <nobuild>
    <shortopt>B</shortopt>
    <doc>don&#039;t build C extensions</doc>
   </nobuild>
   <nocompress>
    <shortopt>Z</shortopt>
    <doc>request uncompressed files when downloading</doc>
   </nocompress>
   <installroot>
    <shortopt>R</shortopt>
    <doc>root directory used when installing files (ala PHP&#039;s INSTALL_ROOT), use packagingroot for RPM</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </installroot>
   <ignore-errors>
    <shortopt></shortopt>
    <doc>force install even if there were errors</doc>
   </ignore-errors>
   <loose>
    <shortopt></shortopt>
    <doc>do not check for recommended dependency version</doc>
   </loose>
  </options>
  <doc>
WARNING: This function is deprecated in favor of using the upgrade command with no params

Upgrades all packages that have a newer release available.  Upgrades are
done only if there is a release available of the state specified in
&quot;preferred_state&quot; (currently {config preferred_state}), or a state considered
more stable.
</doc>
 </upgrade-all>
 <uninstall>
  <summary>Un-install Package</summary>
  <function>doUninstall</function>
  <shortcut>un</shortcut>
  <options>
   <nodeps>
    <shortopt>n</shortopt>
    <doc>ignore dependencies, uninstall anyway</doc>
   </nodeps>
   <register-only>
    <shortopt>r</shortopt>
    <doc>do not remove files, only register the packages as not installed</doc>
   </register-only>
   <installroot>
    <shortopt>R</shortopt>
    <doc>root directory used when installing files (ala PHP&#039;s INSTALL_ROOT)</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </installroot>
   <ignore-errors>
    <shortopt></shortopt>
    <doc>force install even if there were errors</doc>
   </ignore-errors>
   <offline>
    <shortopt>O</shortopt>
    <doc>do not attempt to uninstall remotely</doc>
   </offline>
  </options>
  <doc>[channel/]&lt;package&gt; ...
Uninstalls one or more PEAR packages.  More than one package may be
specified at once.  Prefix with channel name to uninstall from a
channel not in your default channel ({config default_channel})
</doc>
 </uninstall>
 <bundle>
  <summary>Unpacks a Pecl Package</summary>
  <function>doBundle</function>
  <shortcut>bun</shortcut>
  <options>
   <destination>
    <shortopt>d</shortopt>
    <doc>Optional destination directory for unpacking (defaults to current path or &quot;ext&quot; if exists)</doc>
    <arg>DIR</arg>
   </destination>
   <force>
    <shortopt>f</shortopt>
    <doc>Force the unpacking even if there were errors in the package</doc>
   </force>
  </options>
  <doc>&lt;package&gt;
Unpacks a Pecl Package into the selected location. It will download the
package if needed.
</doc>
 </bundle>
 <run-scripts>
  <summary>Run Post-Install Scripts bundled with a package</summary>
  <function>doRunScripts</function>
  <shortcut>rs</shortcut>
  <options />
  <doc>&lt;package&gt;
Run post-installation scripts in package &lt;package&gt;, if any exist.
</doc>
 </run-scripts>
</commands>
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