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Hello,

I'm about ready to release the next feature release for PhpDocumentor,
v1.4.0 stable, and was wondering if anyone on here had tried using any of
the two alpha and/or two release candidates over the last couple of months?
I haven't fielded very many new bugs on them, so I thought I'd see if there
were any "looks good to me" experiences on here that I just haven't heard
yet.

Please let me know if you'd have any good/bad experiences with the
1.4.0candidates thus far. If all looks good, I hope to get
1.4.0 stable out later this week.
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  • Till at Jul 18, 2007 at 6:59 pm
    Hey Chuck,
    On 7/18/07, Chuck Burgess wrote:
    Hello,

    I'm about ready to release the next feature release for PhpDocumentor,
    v1.4.0 stable, and was wondering if anyone on here had tried using any of
    the two alpha and/or two release candidates over the last couple of months?
    I haven't fielded very many new bugs on them, so I thought I'd see if there
    were any "looks good to me" experiences on here that I just haven't heard
    yet.

    Please let me know if you'd have any good/bad experiences with the
    1.4.0candidates thus far. If all looks good, I hope to get
    1.4.0 stable out later this week.
    I've been trying RC2 (I think) for a couple days now and apart from my
    own shortcomings in phpdoc syntax, it worked really well for me. Is
    there anything specific you would like feedback on?

    Regards,
    Till
  • Chuck Burgess at Jul 18, 2007 at 7:10 pm

    On 7/18/07, till wrote:
    Hey Chuck,

    I've been trying RC2 (I think) for a couple days now and apart from my
    own shortcomings in phpdoc syntax, it worked really well for me. Is
    there anything specific you would like feedback on?

    Regards,
    Till
    Mainly just looking for general "looks good to me", "and me", "and me too"
    confidence boosters, as well as any "I hated that it did this to me"
    occurrences if there were any. This will be my first feature release,
    meaning my first "Chuck calls this stable"... in short, my first chance to
    be hit by a flurry of WTFs if I missed something in my own testing on top of
    not receiving any bug reports on the four preview releases.

    So, nothing in particular, just any general observations if anyone has tried
    the preview releases... thanks everyone!
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  • Sebastian Mendel at Jul 19, 2007 at 6:03 am

    Chuck Burgess schrieb:
    Hello,

    I'm about ready to release the next feature release for PhpDocumentor,
    v1.4.0 stable, and was wondering if anyone on here had tried using any of
    the two alpha and/or two release candidates over the last couple of months?
    I haven't fielded very many new bugs on them, so I thought I'd see if there
    were any "looks good to me" experiences on here that I just haven't heard
    yet.

    Please let me know if you'd have any good/bad experiences with the
    1.4.0candidates thus far. If all looks good, I hope to get
    1.4.0 stable out later this week.
    just a question in general,

    why does it list all files and tells me they are ignored if i say

    ignore = /www/path/documentation/*

    File /www/path/documentation/file Ignored
    File /www/path/documentation/path/file Ignored
    ...
    File /www/path/documentation/path123/File10285 Ignored
    ...

    isn't it a waste of time to iterate into this directory if i told them to
    ignore it?

    even if it really is required to iterate through this directory, than just
    display only this that are, why ever, not ignored

    File /www/path/documentation/* Ignored
    File /www/path/documentation/whyever/file Not Ignored


    --
    Sebastian Mendel

    www.sebastianmendel.de
  • Chuck Burgess at Jul 20, 2007 at 2:14 pm

    On 7/19/07, Sebastian Mendel wrote:
    why does it list all files and tells me they are ignored if i say

    ignore = /www/path/documentation/*

    File /www/path/documentation/file Ignored
    File /www/path/documentation/path/file Ignored
    ...
    File /www/path/documentation/path123/File10285 Ignored
    ...

    isn't it a waste of time to iterate into this directory if i told them to
    ignore it?
    I think this is how PhpDocumentor has always behaved... my assumption has
    been that it wants to be sure you realize exactly what it had skipped, hence
    the explicit warning messages coded into the logic.

    I can see your point though, as a performance issue, especially if I had say
    twenty directories that each had a thousand files, and I wanted it to skip
    five of the directories. That would make for a ton of "ignored" lines and
    the lost time it used scanning those directories, and force me into using
    the -d with an explicit list of directories I wanted included rather than
    just using -i to list the few dirs I wanted excluded.

    I wonder if that would be a feasible enhancement for 1.5...
    --
    CRB

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