PHP Doc System allows developers to create modules for documentation elements (installation steps, buttons, screens, etc.) and then refer to them instead of having to copy/paste information they'd want to have in two or more places. It can run as dynamic PHP, including everything on the fly or it can output static HTML that can be included in a software distribution.
|Tags||Software Development Documentation|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Unix Windows|
Release Notes: This version added a 'related links' sidebar and a module generator. The source and generated code was cleaned up to be XHTML compliant and more semantically accurate.
Release Notes: This release adds Previous/Next links to each page using the TOC data. There is now an option to show the module summary on Table of Contents page. The code has been changed to use long PHP tags and other miscellaneous code cleanups.
Release Notes: Each page now has a "last modified" date/time shown at the bottom and the "page rendered in" time is not shown when exporting static pages.
No changes have been submitted for this release.