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Sebastian's code-unit-reverse-lookup is a powerful PHP Composer package used for looking up which PHP function or method a specific line of code belongs to. This tool is highly beneficial for developers while debugging or analyzing the code base, allowing them to trace the origin of any function or method instantaneously.
To use Sebastian's code-unit-reverse-lookup, you must first install it via Composer, a tool for dependency management in PHP. You can do this with the following command:
composer require sebastian/code-unit-reverse-lookup
For development-time dependency only, you should use it as follows:
composer require --dev sebastian/code-unit-reverse-lookup
After the successful installation, you are good to use the package in your PHP files. Import the library and use its functions to find out to which function or method a line of code belongs.
While there are no specific standalone documentation for Sebastian's code-unit-reverse-lookup, the information on how to use it can be found on its GitHub page (https://github.com/sebastianbergmann/code-unit-reverse-lookup.git). Using the readme file and the source code provided on the GitHub page, you should be able to gain a comprehensive understanding of the library and how to integrate it for your particular use-case.