Well, those who’ve used Nephtali up until this point have done so in the absence of consistent documentation. Although the site provided a few general examples, the API was left to be explored either by hand or through the aid of an IDE’s built-in docblock processing. Thankfully, those days are over.
The website now presents documentation of the Nephtali’s API, organized by its namespaces. Additionally, I’ll continue working on improving the general quality of the content over the next few weeks.
I sincerely apologize for the delay. I’ve been scouring the web looking high and low for documentation tools that play nicely with the new syntactic features in PHP 5.3. Unfortunately, the once promising leads all lay waste in my Mac trash bin at this point.
Finally, I caved an built a very, very, very primitive parser that is powering the Nephtali website. It doesn’t yet support classes (although I did carve out some space for them), but what little is there seems to be sufficient for my current needs.
Let me know if you see any issues with the documentation.