[UPHPU] Function Catalog
haas at xmission.com
Wed Feb 7 20:05:39 MST 2007
PhpDocumentor is available as a pear installed module. If you run it
against your code it will build you a list of symbols which is pretty
How well documented are all these functions? Were they designed for
reuse? Good luck!
On Wed, 2007-02-07 at 18:54 -0700, Rusty Keele wrote:
> I am hoping that some of you can help me out or point me in the
> right direction. I have recently been given the task of cataloging our
> company's classes and functions. While this will (hopefully) prove
> useful, it is not something I have ever done before.
> Here is a breakdown of the problem: Our company has thousands of PHP
> functions, scattered throughout classes and include files, in several
> different directories. We would like to catalog these functions so that
> when a developer is writing new code he or she can browse the catalog,
> find a suitable function (if it exists), then do an include - rather
> than write a new function from scratch that will accomplish the same thing.
> I have been searching on Google for a while and I did find one
> proprietary product that may do the trick (
> http://www.highdots.com/source-code-library/ ), but I would really like
> to find an open-source program. Most of the open-source projects I
> found seem to be libraries that will hold code snippets, rather than
> ones that will catalog our current functions.
> Does anybody know of an application that will catalog functions? It
> would be nice if it was open-source, and it automatically updated
> functions when they changed, but I am willing to entertain any product
> or idea at this point.
> - Rusty
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