Display PHP files that directly instantiate a given class

find . -name "*.php" -exec grep \-H "new filter_" {} \;
This greps all PHP files for a given classname and displays both the file and the usage.
Sample Output
tao/tests/filter/TestUrl.php:        $this->objFilter = new filter_Url();
tao/classes/local/view/Photos.php:        $objFilter  = new filter_Url();

By: root
2009-01-26 10:43:09

What Others Think

I prefer https://beyondgrep.com/ (ack) for this sort of thing. You can easily configure it to look in just PHP files for a given string. It will show matching file names, lines, columns, highlighting, etc. Overall, just a better tool.
piXelz · 109 weeks and 2 days ago
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yeoyeo · 9 weeks and 6 days ago

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