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David Sklar's Blog:
I lxr.php.net
February 13, 2006 @ 07:25:15

David Sklar has a quick reminder about a handy PHP-related tool he's been using a lot more lately - lxr.php.net.

lxr.php.net has been around for a while, but since I've found myself using it a lot recently, I want to point it out. It's such a quick way to find the particular file a built-in (or extension) PHP function is defined. Coupled with the revision graph that cvs.php.net can display, it is handy for tracking down exactly when a function was added or a bugfix was committed.

The site, while a bit dated, is still very useful as a cross-referencing tool to research the PHP source code.

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