In a project with this large number of files, is better if you let the way it is, doing this now you can crash the project and lost much much time.
Yuri Yarlei. Programmer PHP, CSS, Java, PostregreSQL; Today PHP, tomorrow Java, after the world. Kyou wa PHP, ashita wa Java, sono ato sekai desu. > Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 12:56:51 -0400 > From: oorza...@gmail.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: [PHP] Renaming all variables in a repository > > Hey all, > we've got a repository here at work, with something like 55,000 files > in it. For the last few years, we've been naming $variables_like_this > and functions_the_same($way_too). And now we've decided to switch to > camelCasing everything and I've been tasked with somehow determining > if it's possible to automate this process. Usually, I'd just use the > IDE refactoring functionality, but doing it on a > per-method/per-function and a per-variable basis would take weeks, if > not longer, not to mention driving everyone insane. > > I've tried with regular expressions, but I can't make them smart > enough to distinguish between builtins and userland code. I've looked > at the tokenizer and it seems to be the right way forward, but that's > also a huge project to get that to work. > > I was wondering if anyone had had any experience doing this and could > either point me in the right direction or just down and out tell me > how to do it. > > Thanks so much > --Eddie > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > _________________________________________________________________ Novo Internet Explorer 8. Baixe agora, é grátis! http://brasil.microsoft.com.br/IE8/mergulhe/?utm_source=MSN%3BHotmail&utm_medium=Tagline&utm_campaign=IE8