This is the Windows app named Hamcrest PHP whose latest release can be downloaded as 2.0.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Hamcrest is a matching library originally written for Java, but subsequently ported to many other languages. hamcrest-php is the official PHP port of Hamcrest and essentially follows a literal translation of the original Java API for Hamcrest, with a few Exceptions, mostly down to PHP language barriers. Unless it would be non-semantic for a matcher to do so, hamcrest-php allows dynamic typing for it's input, in "the PHP way". Exception are where semantics surrounding the type itself would suggest otherwise, such as stringContains() and greaterThan(). Several official matchers have not been ported because they don't make sense or don't apply in PHP. When most of the collections matchers are finally ported, PHP-specific aliases will probably be created due to a difference in naming conventions between Java's Arrays, Collections, Sets and Maps compared with PHP's Arrays.
- Hamcrest matchers are easy to use
- You can use the global proxy-functions
- The global proxy-functions aren't autoloaded by default
- A tutorial can be found on the Hamcrest site
- Evaluate arrays
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