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Finder – A PHP Utility for Finding a Text String in a Complex Directory Structure

I was having to re-engineer some (open source!) source code which had an extremely complicated directory structure with hundreds of files. These files are called through various plugins and class functions. To make the change I wanted involved trying to track down a particular variable which appeared at numerous points throughout. It’s almost as though […]

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