PhD takes the PHP Manual sources (DocBook) and outputs the various forms of the PHP Manual. It's generic enough to work on non-php.net projects, although that part is not perfect.
If you have questions, add them to the FAQ.
Replaces the `test`, `test_xml` `.manual.xml` make targets (i.e. builds the `.manual.xml` file and validates it).
Takes the .manual.xml (the file configure.php creates, which is the entire manual as one valid XML file) and generates several possible formats and themes for each translation including:
Required, but enabled by default as of PHP 5:
Because the builder is incomplete, we still use the current system to build the huge .manual.xml file. An example use of PhD today (See `phd -h` for more options):
NOTE: You need to install PhD first.
$ svn co http://svn.php.net/repository/phpdoc/modules/doc-en phpdoc $ cd phpdoc $ php doc-base/configure.php $ phd -d doc-base/.manual.xml -o output_dir -f php -P PHP
This will create
See the ”Viewing the results” for various ways of viewing the rendered files.