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How can I make PHP CodeSniffer Fixer ignore the namespace declaration?

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I am using the sublime text 2 plugin for PHP Coding Standards Fixer. It is working fine, except for the fact that it considers the namespace invalid (it is in fact invalid and I'm okay with it). this errors halts the script from correcting the rest of the file. I get the following error:

The namespace Application\Controllers\Admin in <filepath> does not match the file path according to PSR-0 rules.

How can I tell the the script to ignore the namespace constraint. Both command line arguments and Sublime text 2 user settings can be changed.

posted Mar 12, 2013 by Salil Agrawal

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Have you looked at the configuration options? Do they help?
https://github.com/fabpot/PHP-CS-Fixer

answer Mar 12, 2013 by anonymous
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