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    Thanks, i did what u said, but it didnt work nothing happen. Maybe its my path, i did this /usr/local/apache/bin/php and then php2xmi --path, but i am so confused, whats the difference /usr/....and /home/.... i got lost in these i guess.

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    That's a filesystem path. Different OS has the php binary in different places. You may already have php in the PATH system-variable, in which case, you don't need to specify the full path to php.
    The example I gave above obviously needs a file foo.php with one or more classes inside it in order to do anything. This file must be in the working directory or in the PATH.

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    Could I also post my PHP2XMI tool to this thread? The net is almost empty for PHP2UML tools, and this thread seems to be the best place informing people about it.

    I use UML class diagrams as documentation, and needed a tool to easily make XMI files of my classes and interfaces. I hope you like it:
    http://www.gammelsaeter.com/php2xmi/

    Please feel free to send me comments, bug reports or suggestions for it.

    - Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by paalgg View Post
    Could I also post my PHP2XMI tool to this thread? The net is almost empty for PHP2UML tools, and this thread seems to be the best place informing people about it.

    I use UML class diagrams as documentation, and needed a tool to easily make XMI files of my classes and interfaces. I hope you like it:
    http://www.gammelsaeter.com/php2xmi/

    Please feel free to send me comments, bug reports or suggestions for it.

    - Paul
    I will personally thank you if you’ll do that.

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    Me too... but this post is old. No chance lol.

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    great job done and it is nice one. Thanks


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