phpDoc to WordPress exports documentation generated by phpDocumentor into WordPress. Start using it today.
The best way to produce useful documentation for PHP code is to annotate it with phpDoc tags and keywords. Based on javadoc, phpDoc goes beyond a straightforward description of what something does, and allows the developer to add extra information which will help others who read the code to quickly understand its most important aspects. For example, a function can marked up to say when it was added to a project, its arguments types, and its return values.
From this phpDoc markup, the phpDocumentor app is the best way to generate standalone documentation that you can distribute with your project or make available as a reference on your website. But what happens when you want this documentation inside your WordPress?
WP Re-Importer 1.1 is now available, and contains the following improvements:
- Checks for existing posts during import now compares the post name rather than post title.
- Fix post meta being duplicated on multiple imports.
- Allow imported posts’ post_parent to be set to a post not in the import (e.g. an existing post).
I’ve released a new plugin today; say hello to WP Re-Importer. As a fork of the standard WordPress Importer plugin, WP Re-Importer adds the following features:
- Importing content that already exists will add the new version as a post revision
- A default parent post can be set for content that doesn’t have a hierarchy defined in the WordPress export file
Version 1.6d of BuddyPress Translations has been released. 1.6d comes with new Danish and Chinese (Taiwan) translations. Big thanks to all the polyglots who contribute the translations for BuddyPress.
I’ve just released version 1.3 of BP Labs; it’s a plugin which contains unofficial and experimental BuddyPress features for testing and feedback. Long overdue, the update fixes a problem with autosuggest, and introduces a new feature: Like Button.
Like Button requires the Activity component, and simply adds a “Like” button onto WordPress’ Toolbar when viewing a blog post (or any other post types). Likes are grouped together and shown in the Activity stream. It’s pretty simple, but fun. Let me know what you think of it.
Get BP Labs 1.3 today!