[wp-hackers] Introducing wpdocs
tom at thedextrousweb.com
Tue May 4 09:26:37 UTC 2010
> This is cool.
> Will have to have a play with this.
Thanks. I'm glad you like it.
> Would be nice to see it split out based on the package stuff does like phpdoc does:
That's an excellent point. I noticed the @package tags but didn't think to actually use them. It should be relatively trivial to do that and I've added it to my list, but I probably won't have time to do it for a while, so if anybody wants to send a pull request on GitHub, it would be very welcome.
> Does it need much RAM to build the docs? (phpdoc itself is a memory hog so would love to use something less intensive to replace the whole of http://phpdoc.ftwr.co.uk/ )
I'm not entirely sure. Due to what I percieve as a flaw in doxygen (classes aren't associated with files from what I can tell), it does run doxygen once over all the files and then again on each individual file. It also runs GeSHi over every single function for the syntax highlighting - this could probably be improved by running GeSHi over whole files. So I think it probably does require a small excess of RAM.
And thank you to everybody else leaving positive comments. We worked hard on this tool and we're glad it's useful.
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