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Posted on 2011-09-21
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I have installed phpunit but when I run (at macos command prompt)  the command phpunit --version I get the following errors:

PHP Warning:  require_once(PHP/CodeCoverage/Filter.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /Users/skiabox/pear/bin/phpunit on line 38
PHP Fatal error:  require_once(): Failed opening required 'PHP/CodeCoverage/Filter.php' (include_path='.:/Users/skiabox/ZendFramework/library:/Users/skiabox/pear/bin') in /Users/skiabox/pear/bin/phpunit on line 38


Any ideas guys?
Thank you.
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by:Andrew Derse
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Can you post the file that is causing the error?  It appears that it is located in these directories:

PHP\CodeCoverage\Filter.php

My guess is that this file doesn't exist.  It's being called in your script in line 38, but it can't find it at: Users\skiabox\pear\bin.  Does the file exist?  If so, is it readyonly?  Try giving it full permissions to see what that will do.  
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by:skiabox
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The file exists :
/Users/skiabox/pear/share/pear/PHP/CodeCoverage

phpunit is located at /Users/skiabox/pear/bin

My operating system is MacOS.

What do you suggest me doing?

Thnx again.
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Pear version is 1.9.4
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Beverley Portlock earned 500 total points
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The problem is that the path PHP\CodeCoverage\Filter.php is relative to the script. If the script is running in (say) /www/htdocs/test then the Require_once is looking in/www/htdocs/test/PHP/CodeCoverage/Filter.php

Either specify the FULL path on the require

require_once "/Users/skiabox/pear/share/pear/PHP/CodeCoverage/Filter.php"

or ensure that "/Users/skiabox/pear/share/pear" is in the include_path using ini_set and ini_get.

ini_set( "/Users/skiabox/pear/share/pear/:" . ini_get('include_path') );

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by:Beverley Portlock
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Looking at the error again, the include path has /Users/skiabox/pear/bin rather than /Users/skiabox/pear/share/pear

Another option is to move or copy the script Filter.php to /Users/skiabox/pear/bin or place a symbolic link there
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