After building the docs it's time to view them. There are a few choices:
These files are tightly integrated into www.php.net, so to simplest way to view them is to
Note: These instructions likely don't work on Windows, but may, feel free to update them to do so (rsync alternative?)
So, the mirrors use the rsync command. The following will work and it disables downloading parts of the mirror (like all the distributed php source files):
$ rsync -avzC --timeout=600 --delete --delete-after \ --exclude='manual/**' --exclude='distributions/**' --exclude='extra/**' --exclude='backend/notes/**' \ rsync.php.net::phpweb /path/to/your/webroot/phpweb $ ln -s /path/to/phd/php /path/to/your/webroot/phpweb/manual/en
Do not place the contents of the html/ folder onto your webserver. Especially not if you are running apache2. Just browse to the folder in your favorite file manager and open the “index.html” file (or any page you are interested in viewing).
Is that really wise?