Installing PHPDoc in Windows
PHPDoc is very easy to install. It can be installed by downloading and extracting one of the available archives either from sourceforge.net or through PEAR. In order to use the web interface, you must have a web server such as Apache installed, and must have a working PHP for that web server. Apache is an open-source HTTP Web server software that is currently the most popular web server on the Net.
Once apache is installed, the httpd configuration file contains instructions, called directives, that tell Apache how to run. If developers want to use PHPDoc's web interface, they simply have to unzip the archive and put it into the directory that is appended onto the user's home directory.
- # UserDir: The name of the directory that is appended onto a user's home
- # directory if a ~user request is received. Be especially careful to use
- # proper, forward slashes here. On Windows NT, "Personal/My Website"
- # is a more appropriate choice.
- UserDir "My Documents/unix_web"
To download PHPDoc go to Sourceforge.net here
Once the web interface is working successfully the working directory tab will indicate the location of docbuilder. C:\DocumentsandSettings\user\MyDocuments\unix_web\phpdoc\PhpDocumentor\docbuilder. Note that you can specify input files in four manners: by file, by directory, files to ignore, and by package. Add the sample files to a source directory that is going to be parsed by the docbuilder: sample1.php, sample2.php, and sample3.php are included in phpdoc tutorials directory. Review your documentation by navigating to the target folder.
For more instructions see Power Point Presentation here