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non port: devel/pear-PhpDocumentor/files/patch-pear-phpdoc
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Number of commits found: 1

Tue, 29 May 2007
[ 16:15 miwi ] Original commit 
1.2768 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/pear-PhpDocumentor/Makefile
1.1 devel/pear-PhpDocumentor/distinfo
1.1 devel/pear-PhpDocumentor/files/patch-pear-phpdoc
1.1 devel/pear-PhpDocumentor/pkg-descr
The phpDocumentor tool is a standalone auto-documentor similar to JavaDoc
written in PHP. It differs from PHPDoc in that it is MUCH faster, parses a much
wider range of php files, and comes with many customizations including 11 HTML
templates, windows help file CHM output, PDF output, and XML DocBook peardoc2
output for use with documenting PEAR. In addition, it can do PHPXref source
code highlighting and linking.

Features (short list):
-output in HTML, PDF (directly), CHM (with windows help compiler), XML DocBook
-very fast
-web and command-line interface
-fully customizable output with Smarty-based templates
-recognizes JavaDoc-style documentation with special tags customized for PHP 4
-automatic linking, class inheritance diagrams and intelligent override
-customizable source code highlighting, with phpxref-style cross-referencing
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