I have an large php project. I used to document it with NaturalDocs, but I didn't include the documentation generation in the build process for a long time ( years ).
I recently started using composer and looked into PSR. The only standard way to document my code seems to be docblocks for phpdocumentor.
Since my code is only in part object oriented and contains much procedural files, I cannot only rely on documenting classes and functions, but I have alot of file level documentation.
It turns out that page level docblocks are not well supported in phpdocumentor ( see https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26925742/page-level-docblocks-and-phpdocumentor-templates ). Therefore I'm really stuck now.
To conclude my questions :
Does it make sense to document non object oriented code with docblocks and phpdocumentor ? Is phpdocs a good choice here ? Is my approach to professionnalize the documentation of our project viable or is it somehow flawed ?