Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Simulate SVN diff using plain diff Post 302284322 by ackbarr on Thursday 5th of February 2009 09:44:21 AM
Well, as I've said, there are simply too many files in there to try to exclude everything.

Unless, you are suggesting there is a way using an exclude file to instead INCLUDE only certain files?
 
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aggregate_methods_by_regexp - Selective class methods aggregation to an object using a regular expression

SYNOPSIS
void aggregate_methods_by_regexp (object $object, string $class_name, string $regexp, [bool $exclude = false]) DESCRIPTION
Aggregates methods from a class to an existing object using a regular expression to match method names. The class constructor or methods whose names start with an underscore character (_), which are considered private to the aggregated class, are always excluded. PARAMETERS
o $object - o $class_name - o $regexp - o $exclude - The optional parameter $exclude is used to decide whether the regular expression will select the names of methods to include in the aggregation (i.e. $exclude is FALSE), or to exclude from the aggregation ($exclude is TRUE). RETURN VALUES
No value is returned. SEE ALSO
aggregate(3), aggregate_info(3), aggregate_methods(3), aggregate_methods_by_list(3), aggregate_properties(3), aggregate_proper- ties_by_list(3), aggregate_properties_by_regexp(3), deaggregate(3). PHP Documentation Group AGGREGATE_METHODS_BY_REGEXP(3)

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