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TutelageSystems says

I planned on releasing some PHP Application and I just wanted to make sure it was ok using the PEAR library.

I am assuming I will need to part out the components separately but I just wanted to make sure.

Thanks

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dan888 says

Could you explain further?

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celtathemes says

I think there would be no problem since PEAR is free. You will have to credit the authors maybe.

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TutelageSystems says
I think there would be no problem since PEAR is free. You will have to credit the authors maybe.

I planned on crediting the Authors, just unsure if I need to include the PEAR libraries manually, or just put in the project information that “these” PEAR libraries are needed.

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celtathemes says

I think you should do both things. A deep documentation is going to be needed since not everyone knows PEAR .

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dtbaker Moderator says

And some shared hosting boxes make pear a nightmare. Dont expect the user to be able to install their own pear libraries, just include them within your php app if possible.

my 2c

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celtathemes says

That’s right, you’ll have to detail what kind of hosting is neccesary.

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JimmyP says

As long as the license permits, you can use whatever library/framework you want. If you’re creating a small integratable PHP script then I don’t suggest using a framework; most buyers prefer stand-alone solutions with minimal dependencies in these situations. But, on the other hand, if you’re creating an entire “solution” (e.g. an invoicing application) then using a framework is probably the wise thing to do…

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