All items that could be documented in
wp-includes folder has been documented with
@since phpdoc tags. Which will allow for staying in that one file instead of going back and forth from web browser with version information to the editor. Will save time, I believe.
All that is left now is basically the following.
- Short Description
- Return type and description
- Parameter type and description
- Long Description
Now that the second step is completed, I’m going to focus more on completing the following files below. During that, I’m going to create tickets for the remain incomplete files that I’m not going to seek to finish. In that arena, there are only 20 incomplete files in wp-includes folder. If I complete the following files, I can get that number down to a more manageable 14. So that the next person that comes along shouldn’t feel a lot of weight on their shoulders.
In no particular order, I want to complete these files before the 14th of January 2008 is up. If I can complete at least 3, then I’ll be happy.
kses.php– almost complete
- pluggable.php – almost complete
- comment.php – almost complete
The most logical course of action is to finish up the almost complete files and have them committed as completed. Then start working on the rest of the easy files which shouldn’t take very long to complete. Probably should get cron.php started first since it is one of the most difficult with extremely sparse documentation. The category and user files will be worked on, in the event that there is more time left over.
So the goal jumped from 3 finished, to 4 finished and in one weekend. Wish me luck.