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As of 2012-08-31, this project may now be found at http://phpdoc.org/.

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    - No full PHP5.3 support to date. PHP5.4 is just around the corner. This means for Linux developers, there is no decent documentation support for PHP5.3. as Doxygen doesn't work on Linux (using Netbeans). - Issue Tracker at https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=11194&atid=111194 is closed to the public so cannot see state of 5.3 support. I've recommended PHPDoc for a long time - sad to see it fall behind like this.

    Posted 02/27/2012
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    After 10 years later, there will be 1 billion PHP frameworks, developed by u, me, your children, my children, xyz children's. Now problem is for the future: ----------------------------------------- 1. Then Job advertise we want 1 php developer who is 1 billion php frameworks certified developer's.? Keeping the base of pure PHP is a good thing, where anyone can do anything like you did. I am giving you 0 vote and your teams. But many thanks for designing it.

    Posted 10/16/2009

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