On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 6:35 PM, richard gray <r...@richgray.com> wrote:
> On 06/01/2012 12:11, Dotan Cohen wrote:
>> In a large application that I am tasked with maintaining (vBulletin)
>> there is a particular class that is used:
>> vB_ProfileBlock_VisitorMessaging. I know the file that it is defined
>> in, but I cannot find the file that actually creates a
>> vB_ProfileBlock_VisitorMessaging object. I tried the brute-force grep
>> approach, but the only place where I see the class mentioned is in the
>> class declaration itself:
>> [dev@localhost forum]$ grep -ir "vB_ProfileBlock_VisitorMessaging" *
>> includes/class_profileblock.php:class vB_ProfileBlock_VisitorMessaging
>> extends vB_ProfileBlock
>> I know that this class is used as there is a page that is obviously
>> using it. I have tried playing be-the-PHP-parser with that file, but
>> it goes on to include() about a dozen other files, each of which
>> include() another dozen files! This server does not and cannot have a
>> debugger. What else can I do to find where this class object is
>> created?
>> Thanks.
> Can you not put a debug_print_backtrace() in the class constructor?

That should do the job IMO.
Btw, ignore my earlier reply. I thought the task was to find where the
class was defined.

Nilesh Govindarajan

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