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PhpClassView 0.3.7      

Size:   8.29MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2011-11-15  | Changelog

Submit Date:   2011-11-15

OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7

Downloads:   1572

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Software Product Description

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PhpClassView is a standalone classbrowser and documentation-tool for PHP-Classes.

PhpClassView creates and displays documentations for php-classes on the fly from appropriate source files. It also can be used to generate static documentations in HTML-format for classbased PHP-projects.

It comes along with a build-in filebrowser, supports drag&drop and uses tabs to display the classdocs.

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

What's new in version 0.3.7:

  • Added support for inline-links in phpdoc-comments ({@link ...})
  • A user-dialog 'Do you want to open the PHP-classes from your last session?' showing up after starting phpclassview was added (together with the corresponding functionality)
  • Global/uncategorized project-classes (that don't belong to any package or category) now appear under a new section 'Global/uncategorized classes' in generated project-documentations.
  • Some slight visual modifications were applied to the look of class- and project-documentations.
  • Overall performance of the generation of static HTML-documentations was increased.
  • Added a button 'open generated documentation' that appears after a HTML-documentation was generated.
  • The overall performance of the TAB-control was increased significantly (especially when a lot of tabs/classes get opened)
  • HTML-links used in classdoc-comments get displayed in generated documentations now.
  • Bugfix: When the first tab in tabrow was closed, the classdocumentation assotiated with that tab still was shown (while the next tab in the row was selected).
  • Bugfix: The monitor for detecting filesystem-changes that is used for the FileBrowser sometimes crashed on SMB-network-drives hosted by linux-systems
  • Bugfix: 'return-by-reference'-methods are recognized and displayed correctly now in class-documentations.
  • Bugfix: Signatures of abstract methods with leading 'abstract'-keyword (like 'abstract funcion foo()') are recognized as such correctly now.
  • Bugfix: Doc-comments without any short or long description but with '@'-doctags get parsed correctly now.
  • Bugfix: When a new drive was added to the filesystem (i.e. USB or network-drive), previously expanded nodes in the filebrowser couldn't get collapsed/closed anymore before the the new drive appeared or disappeared.
  • Bugfix: Doc-comments beginning with an empty line get parsed correctly now.
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