A brackets extension to generate JS/PHPDocs for your functions.
I would like to use parser to offer better support! At the moment ES6 isn't supported in a good way and everything else are just regular expressions. Sorry I'm still learning :D Unfortunately I didn't find a parser to support PHP yet :/ There are two options now: Just waiting until I find a parser for PHP or use regexes for PHP and a parser for JS. I've several extensions and a lot of other projects and that upgrade will take a lot of time. Therefore it would be great if you can check out the next section ;)
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How to Use
- Open a JS or PHP file
- set your cursor on a function declaration
- Use the ShortCut
Ctrl-Shift-D(Mac) to start the documentation or
The extension will provide a function documentation:
/** + Enter
[[Description]] will be selected so you can start to type. To jump to the next
[[tag]] you can use
Tab or jump to the last with
Shift-Tab. The indenting updates on a tab jump (live indenting).
You will get hints for the
Have fun and stay tuned!
- It's possible to disable the autoindent functionality in the settings menu.
@callbacklinks will be visible as
You can use several JSDoc options to describe your function
and you can dblclick on
[[...]] to edit the tags.
Easy way to add @link tags to your docs!
- It's possible to generate the doc block with
/**+ Enter. You only need to type
/**in the line above the function declaration and use enter to start the documentation.
- The padding for correct indentation updates on a tab jump
- It's possible to update a doc block if you add a parameter or delete one (you need to use the shortcut again)
- You get the tag
@returnsif the function returns a value
[[Type]]is recognized if possible.