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Merge 3 files into one


xdiff_file_merge3

(PECL xdiff >= 0.2.0)

xdiff_file_merge3Merge 3 files into one

Description

mixed xdiff_file_merge3 ( string $old_file , string $new_file1 , string $new_file2 , string $dest )

Merges three files into one and stores the result in a file dest. The old_file is an original version while new_file1 and new_file2 are modified versions of an original.

Parameters

old_file

Path to the first file. It acts as "old" file.

new_file1

Path to the second file. It acts as modified version of old_file.

new_file2

Path to the third file. It acts as modified version of old_file.

dest

Path of the resulting file, containing merged changed from both new_file1 and new_file2.

Return Values

Returns TRUE if merge was successful, string with rejected chunks if it was not or FALSE if an internal error happened.

Examples

Example #1 xdiff_file_merge3() example

The following code merges three files into one.

<?php
$old_version 
'original_script.php';
$fix1 'script_with_fix1.php';
$fix2 'script_with_fix2.php';

$errors xdiff_file_merge3($old_version$fix1$fix2'fixed_script.php');
if (
is_string($errors)) {
    echo 
"Rejects:\n";
    echo 
$errors;
}
?>

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