The last ApiGen commit was made on 23 Apr 2018, so I think this tool is deprecated. Furthermore, I was not able to use it with PHP 7.4 and GlotPress, so I look for another tool. The most PHP used tool is phpDocumentor. In this post I explain how to use it with GlotPress.
Install phpDocumentor globally on the machine, using the .phar tool.
cd ~/code/utils mkdir phpDocumentor cd phpDocumentor
Get the last .phar URL.
To run phpDocumentor, execute:
php phpDocumentor.phar run \ -d ~/code/wordpress/glotpress-env/glotpress.git \ -t ~/code/wordpress/glotpress-env/gp-docs \ --ignore "vendor/"
~/code/wordpress/glotpress-env/glotpress.gitis the GlotPress folder.
~/code/wordpress/glotpress-env/gp-docsis the documentation folder.
vendor/is the folder where Composer stores all the information. It is located in the root folder of the project.
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