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NS

Is there a handy utility that allows me to conveniently view the source
code user-defined functions that are defined in other files?

If I'm looking at source code on a page and I see a function is called
that is defined on another page, what is the easiest way to view the
definition of that function?

I'm using kdevelop on Linux right now. I'd rather not buy a large
package like phpED.

Thanks,

NS

Jul 17 '05 #1
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grep 'function_name' *.php

Jul 17 '05 #2

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NS wrote:
Is there a handy utility that allows me to conveniently view the source
code user-defined functions that are defined in other files?

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Not sure, probably <http://www.phpdoc.org/>

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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