Posted on | March 16, 2012 | 12 Comments
Announcing phpDocumentor 2 – the merging of the old (phpDocumentor) and the new (DocBlox).
With the first alpha release of phpDocumentor (2.0.0a1), the new “Responsive” default template sports a new page layout, along with the useful layout improvements that the original DocBlox templates provided (which remain available) over the old phpDocumentor templates (which will retire with old phpDocumentor). Explore this new template at http://demo.phpdoc.org/Responsive/index.html.
*But what will this mean for DocBlox and phpDocumentor users?*
Old phpDocumentor is retiring. Some bugfix effort may continue into bringing phpDocumentor 1.x to a close, but most effort going forward will be spent on 2.x. On that 2.xeffort, you can expect monthly releases as 2.0.0 stabilizes, followed by monthly releases for new features and bug maintenance.
Existing DocBlox resources will be rebranded rather than removed, so that existing contributors can “come along for the ride” without much effort.
Let us know what you think, at #phpdocumentor on Freenode and @phpDocumentor on Twitter.
Mike van Riel (@mvriel) and Chuck Burgess (@ashnazg)
is given a life anew
by DocBlox and you.
Posted on | January 10, 2012 | 12 Comments
Wow, only 2 days since 0.18.0 and already a new release? A whole lot of feedback came in, 2 new small features got in and a blocking issue was discovered and fixed.
Posted on | January 7, 2012 | 2 Comments
I wish you a happy new year! In the past month we haven’t sat still but got around to fixing some longstanding issues and giving some love to the documentation.
Posted on | December 24, 2011 | No Comments
On the 15th of December we released v0.17.1 and today v0.17.2. These are minor bug fixes and contain the following fixes:
Posted on | December 13, 2011 | 6 Comments
2nd month in a row that we had to postpone the release of DocBlox. I don’t intend to make this a habit as I do not like this at all. BUT! It was worth the effort in the end. DocBlox now has improved support for templating and a nice performance increase has been made.
Posted on | November 14, 2011 | 1 Comment
After the great news that SugarCRM has started using DocBlox I am happy to announce the immediate availability of DocBlox 0.16.0; this release revolves around fixing bugs, making minor improvements and improving general code quality. A week later then scheduled because I did not deem that version stable enough; well-tested enough and I lacked the time to fix and test that in time.
Posted on | October 6, 2011 | 1 Comment
It appears that the PEAR repository on which DocBlox depends for the markdown integration is down or moved (and I haven’t found it yet). So we have to do a release to remove the dependency and include the Markdown component with a PEAR installation.
Posted on | October 2, 2011 | 2 Comments
Here we are again! First weekend of October and time for the launch of 0.15.0. The most prominent new features are Plugins and more validations!
Posted on | September 18, 2011 | 8 Comments
I just had a blast presenting ‘DocBlox: your source matters’ at pfCongres 2011; especially exciting was that the new Plugin feature in 0.15.0 was announced here.
Posted on | September 4, 2011 | 6 Comments
Wow! Past month has been quite a ride. During this time we managed to add quite some features and improvements to DocBlox. Most notably we added support for Doctrine Annotations. They are parsed, displayed nicely and a link is provided to the Doctrine Documentation. But there is more!keep looking »