Display a list of all PHP classes that are called statically

find . -name "*\.php" | xargs grep -o --color "\w\+::\w\+" | cut -d":" -f2 | sort | uniq -c
Searches all .php files for a static instantiation of a class and displays the class names along with their frequencies.

By: root
2009-01-20 23:18:06

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