On 2006-05-18 15:22, jason zeng <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello!
>
> our system is runing on FreeBSD 5.3. using php+mysql. now I
> take over codes(programs) management and maintains.there are a
> lots of .php code and Database tables. what I have now are
> database, tables structures, and just a few programs
> description. so I don't know the relationship in these php
> programs. I really need read these programs when sometime it
> has something wrong.I have to do these troubleshooting.
>
> I want to know if there are some shortcut way to speed up my
> work.  there is a common program in my system that many others
> call it.the common.php hase many classes and functions, for
> example, function displaySelect(), I hope to find how many
> programs call this function and where these programs are? how
> can I search them using Unix command (s)? What I know is all
> php programs are at /usr/local/php/html directory.from there,
> there are many sub-directories.

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Please try capitalizing sentences & wrap your text using a more
reasonable line length (i.e. 72-75 characters per line).  It is
awful trying to read stuff like the original.

I think what you are looking for is something like:

        $ cd /usr/local/php/html
        $ find . -type f | xargs fgrep common.php

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