How to build the Documentation
Today, documentation in all formats are ready to be release for upcoming version 2.1
Windows CMD scripts were just committed c3e028e. There are provided "as is" without warranty.Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-06-30
a https://github.com/llaville/php-reflect/tree/v2/docs/build/html5-bootstrap3.bat script to build all pages of documentation in HTML 5 / Boostrap 3 format (like online doc).
a https://github.com/llaville/php-reflect/tree/v2/docs/build/html5.bat script to build all pages of documentation in HTML 5 format.
a https://github.com/llaville/php-reflect/tree/v2/docs/build/epub.bat script to build all pages of documentation in HTML chunked / HTML Help / ePUB / PDF (a4 and us) format.
With help of Remi Collet (reviewer), thanks to him, we can today propose you the full documentation of upcoming release 2.1.0, planned for July 4, 2014.If you want to contribute to enhance its contents, don’t hesitate and open an issue.
This documentation covers Reflect 2.0 and 2.1 organized in three guides :Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-06-27
To celebrate this milestone, the blog was full rebuilt with the Cerulean theme (from Bootswatch), accordingly to the documentation skin.
User Documentation is on way
Reason of silence / no commits since version 2.0
With lack of documentation, I understand that lot of people could not understand the new architecture. So I’m focus on writing documentation with three guides :
a user guide for everyone
a developer guide for those who want to extends phpreflect
a migration guide to easily change from version 1.9 to 2.1Published by Laurent Laville on 2014-06-19
I’ve migrated today the full blog with a new design built with upcoming AsciiDoc-Bootstrap backend 4.0