for inline documentation there are those @somethings for some php documenter, when
there is the common @since @version and so on.
I have a lot of functions that are all part of a big package. But what if i want to indicate when i last updated a function and show on what version of the mayor package it was done?
should i just use @version and give the function the version of the entire package?
In case i cause confusion:
lets say i have a function with @since 0.1 in my program 1.0. then the program itself gets developed up to 2.9 and for the 3.0 version the function would have a change.
So actually the functions version would be 0.2 now but i want to show on what version of my entire programm it was updated. So should i just jump and say @version 3.0 at this function?
i just used a @updated but thats not existing right? nothing like this documented here
Is there anything for my purpose?