This simple case demonstrates well the difference between a reverse-engineered "design(ed)" PHP Class and it's Webel analysis wrapper Component. Here the reverse-engineered BlockSet class has a UML Attribute:
-$blocks : array  = array()
This is as much as PEAR's PHP UML could extract from the following PHP code and Drupal-style docs:
/** * @var IBlock */ private $blocks = array();
However, the analysis wrapper component @BlockSet can convert this into a UML Association with Property end:
-$blocks: @IBlock[*] = array();
(We could also if we wished easily override the default value 'array();' to indicate the type.)
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