[wp-hackers] Inline documentation

Rich Bowen rbowen at rcbowen.com
Thu Feb 16 18:21:22 GMT 2006

Evan Broder wrote:
> Craig wrote:
>> Okay, so where does this leave us? Do we not need someone's "approval"
>> to do
>> something like this? Is there anyone around willing to lead the charge on
>> such an initiative? I'm certainly willing to assist, but it would have
>> to be
>> more of a make-the-comments-look-pretty-etc function as I am in no
>> position
>> to actually document something.
>> Buhler? Buhler? Buhler?
> Another thought: it would make sense to use formatting that could be
> extracted with doxygen or whatever equivalent there is for PHP. That
> way, we could go create webpages with searchable documentation on all of
> the functions. I know that when I'm trying to trace a problem through
> the core, it's always a pain to find all of the various functions in the
> source.

Yes. PHPDoc was what I recommend, and mentioned in the initial post on
this thread.

Rich Bowen
rbowen at rcbowen.com

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