Guess I’d be better off on the phpdoc forum, but it seems to be rather inactive.
Anyways… I run the following command to create my documentation:
**sudo phpdoc -t /srv/www/htdocs/doc/ -o HTML:default:default -d /srv/www/htdocs/src/ **
Problem is that it also creates documentation out of the /srv/www/htdocs/src/libs/adodb_lite/ directory… which has its own documentation elsewhere and I don’t want showing up in my own documention.
According to the manual “-i --ignore file(s) that will be ignored, multiple separated by ‘,’. Wildcards * and ? are ok”
So I tried appending -i /srv/www/htdocs/src/libs/adodb_lite/* to the end of the command and it does absolutely nothing.
Am I to blame for making some kind of mistake here or should I point my finger at phpdoc?
You are right, but me being as lazy as I am I the backup plan was to simply work around it by moving the directory before executing the command as that’s no doubt a lot faster to do then figuring out what’s going on in the source code of PHPDoc. (though I’m sure it’s well documented ;))
Noticed that adodb_lite seems like a poor choice on my part as well… last update is too long ago for me to have trust in it so I’ll just stick to the ‘original’ adodb.