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Hi aurelien,

It should (worked fine back then http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5455843 ) -- you just need to use correct names (since it is not a docblox any more but phpDocumentor 2, so names shoulc be slightly different, right?).

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I have it up and working in Windows (Win7Prox64).  Here's what I did:
- You'll need to have a php interpreter set up in phpstorm, should also be in the path
- Get the php cli up and running...the cli may not follow the same php.ini as the server and it MUST have XSL module enabled!
- You'll need to have the phpDocumentor2 installed...I've found PEAR worked the best, but had to install PEAR on my system first.
- Create a new external tool
-- In Program, insert a macro for the $PhpExecutable$
-- In Parameters enter something like $PhpExecutable$\..\phpdoc.php run -d "$ProjectFileDir$"
-- In Working directory, insert a macro for the $ProjectFileDir$
Then you'll need to create a phpdoc.xml configuration file in the project directory or allow it to use the system defaults.
I then add the external tool to the toolbar.

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Hello, I am using mac os x with mamp.
We must do something in particular? I did not find information for my setup


Best regards

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Like this?



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MacOS uses / not \ as path separators

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