Enabled automated doc building. Changes:

-build.xml, phing build file
-@package tags at acl_selector.php and db_update.php
-added documentation and some IDE files to .gitignore
-automated tool to find files that corrupt the doc build process
-removed ansi characters from SSH1.php, docBlox could not handle them
Alexander Kampmann 11 years ago
parent 9986fc1910
commit e0c659b34b

.gitignore vendored

@ -10,3 +10,11 @@ home.html
#ignore documentation, it should be newly built
#ignore config files from eclipse, we don't want IDE files in our repository

@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<project name="friendica" default="test">
<!-- =================================== -->
<!-- Target: test -->
<!-- this target runs all test files -->
<!-- =================================== -->
<target name="test">
<!-- there are no tests by now, so, nothing to do -->
<!-- ===================================================== -->
<!-- Target: clean-doc -->
<!-- this target removes documentation from a previous run -->
<!-- ===================================================== -->
<target name="doc-clean">
<echo msg="Removing old documentation..." />
<delete dir="./doc/api/" />
<echo msg="Generate documentation directory..." />
<mkdir dir="./doc/api/" />
<!-- ====================================== -->
<!-- Target: doc -->
<!-- this target builds all documentation -->
<!-- ====================================== -->
<target name="doc" depends="doc-clean">
<echo msg="Building documentation..." />
<docblox title="Friendica API" destdir="./doc/api">
<fileset dir=".">
<include name="**/*.php" />

@ -1,6 +1,11 @@
* @package acl_selectors
function group_select($selname,$selclass,$preselected = false,$size = 4) {
$a = get_app();

@ -730,8 +730,8 @@ class Net_SSH1 {
* Reads the output of an interactive shell.
* Requires PHP 4.3.0 or later due to the use of the stream_select() function. If you see stuff like
* "", you're seeing ANSI escape codes. According to
* Requires PHP 4.3.0 or later due to the use of the stream_select() function. If you see crap,
* you're seeing ANSI escape codes. According to
* {@link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/101875 How to Enable ANSI.SYS in a Command Window}, "Windows NT
* does not support ANSI escape sequences in Win32 Console applications", so if you're a Windows user,
* there's not going to be much recourse.

@ -1,5 +1,11 @@
* @package util
* require boot.php
$a = new App;

@ -0,0 +1,145 @@
* When I installed docblox, I had the experience that it does not generate any output at all.
* This script may be used to find that kind of problems with the documentation build process.
* If docblox generates output, use another approach for debugging.
* Basically, docblox takes a list of files to build documentation from. This script assumes there is a file or set of files
* breaking the build when it is included in that list. It tries to calculate the smallest list containing these files.
* Unfortunatly, the original problem is NP-complete, so what the script does is a best guess only.
* So it starts with a list of all files in the project.
* If that list can't be build, it cuts it in two parts and tries both parts independently. If only one of them breaks,
* it takes that one and tries the same independently. If both break, it assumes this is the smallest set. This assumption
* is not necessarily true. Maybe the smallest set consists of two files and both of them were in different parts when
* the list was divided, but by now it is my best guess. To make this assumption better, the list is shuffled after every step.
* After that, the script tries to remove a file from the list. It tests if the list breaks and if so, it
* assumes that the file it removed belongs to the set of errorneous files.
* This is done for all files, so, in the end removing one file leads to a working doc build.
* @package util
* @author Alexander Kampmann
* This function generates a comma seperated list of file names.
* @package util
* @param array $fileset Set of file names
* @return string comma-seperated list of the file names
function namesList($fileset) {
foreach($fileset as $file) {
return $fsparam;
* This functions runs phpdoc on the provided list of files
* @package util
* @param array $fileset Set of filenames
* @return bool true, if that set can be built
function runs($fileset) {
exec('docblox -t phpdoc_out -f '.$fsParam);
if(file_exists("phpdoc_out/index.html")) {
echo "\n Subset ".$fsParam." is okay. \n";
exec('rm -r phpdoc_out');
return true;
} else {
echo "\n Subset ".$fsParam." failed. \n";
return false;
* This functions cuts down a fileset by removing files until it finally works.
* it was meant to be recursive, but php's maximum stack size is to small. So it just simulates recursion.
* In that version, it does not necessarily generate the smallest set, because it may not alter the elements order enough.
* @package util
* @param array $fileset set of filenames
* @param int $ps number of files in subsets
* @return array a part of $fileset, that crashes
function reduce($fileset, $ps) {
//split array...
$parts=array_chunk($fileset, $ps);
//filter working subsets...
$parts=array_filter($parts, "runs");
//melt remaining parts together
if(is_array($parts)) {
return array_reduce($parts, "array_merge", array());
return array();
//return from util folder to frindica base dir
//stack for dirs to search
//list of source files
//loop over all files in $dir
while($dh=opendir($dir)) {
while($file=readdir($dh)) {
if(is_dir($dir."/".$file)) {
//add to directory stack
if($file!=".." && $file!=".") {
array_push($dirstack, $dir."/".$file);
echo "dir ".$dir."/".$file."\n";
} else {
//test if it is a source file and add to filelist
if(substr($file, strlen($file)-4)==".php") {
array_push($filelist, $dir."/".$file);
echo $dir."/".$file."\n";
//look at the next dir
//check the entire set
if(runs($filelist)) {
echo "I can not detect a problem. \n";
//check half of the set and discard if that half is okay
do {
echo $i."/".count($fileset)." elements remaining. \n";
$res=reduce($res, count($res)/2);
} while(count($res)<$i);
//check one file after another
while(count($res)!=0) {
if(runs(array_merge($res, $needed))) {
echo "needs: ".$file." and file count ".count($needed);
array_push($needed, $file);
echo "\nSmallest Set is: ".namesList($needed)." with ".count($needed)." files. ";