Is there a method for keeping the function*.dat files up to date? For example how can I submit the missing 2 substr* functions or get the updated files? :)
> How to keep the file "function_full.dat" up to date ?
Thanks to dysmas2, everybody knows that this file is used for completion
For GTK/GDK I've updated a PHP program in order to dump the required function headers.
I'm afraid there's nothing for PHP itself.
Any idea ?
Thanks for your question,
Given the fact that i'm completely out of date regarding php tools and development there is actually one way .. painful ... but that will probably work which is building a php documentation parser:
1. download the LATEST many HTML files version of PHP documentation from http://www.php.net/download-docs.php and unpack it;
2. run the documentation parser targeting the unpack directory;
3. parser generates the function*.dat files
How will this be done:
» function documentation files consist of a "function.FUNCTION-NAME.html"
» load first N bytes from file to a string
» strip html tags
» perform REGEXP on resulting string
» save files according to specifications
» additionally, a description .dat may be generated for future integration.
Since I have a project to deliver soon, I won't get my hands on it briefly but if nothing comes in the meanwhile I'll definitely work on it.
Sorry, sourceforge didn't mail me your post. I've read it only now.
> Comments? :)
Well, I've downloaded the HTML files version you mentionned.Then I've seen that the source is here:
I think that the file "funcsummary.txt" could be a good start.
To be continued...
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