[Sugar-devel] sugar-toolkit-gtk3's Sphinx documentation
greenfeld at laptop.org
Thu Jul 5 09:52:17 EDT 2012
Sugarlabs already has a sphinx instance, although it is a bit out of date:
It also has a epydoc instance: http://doc.sugarlabs.org/epydocs/ (a.k.a
I previously kept a Doxygen parsing of the Sugar toolkit, largely because I
know how to make nice dependancy graphs with Doxygen. This currently is
not hosted anywhere.
In general each documentation tool I have used has a slightly different
style for comments to state things like '@param input_item Describes this
input" and "@returns A XYZ object if successful; null on failure". So you
should decide on the tool to use that can do everything you want before you
formally go annotating the code base.
On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Gary Martin <garycmartin at googlemail.com>wrote:
> Hi Manuel,
> On 5 Jul 2012, at 12:30, Manuel Kaufmann <humitos at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I think it would be really great to have something similar to this:
> > * http://mkaufmann.com.ar/~humitos/sugar-toolkit-gtk3/
> > What do you think?
> Looks pretty :)
> My quick and dirty solution for browsable docs are to just hop into the
> terminal on an XO and type pydoc -p 8080 and then point Browse to
> localhost:8080. Now that we have moved to webkit I'm really tempted to wrap
> this up as a little webkit activity to get to the dev docs with no geeking
> around ;)
> And yes, making sure doc strings are useful and stay date makes this much
> more useful!
> > This is what I did to get that kind of documentation
> > sudo yum install python-sphinx
> > sphinx-apidoc --doc-author="Manuel Kaufmann" --full
> > --doc-version="0.96" --doc-release="0.96" --doc-project="Sugar Toolkit
> > Gtk3" --output-dir="doc" .
> > cd doc
> > make html
> > I don't know if we have something like that, if yes, please let me
> > know before start doing some work on this.
> > Thanks, see you
> > --
> > Kaufmann Manuel
> > Blog: http://humitos.wordpress.com/
> > Porfolio: http://fotos.mkaufmann.com.ar/
> > PyAr: http://www.python.com.ar/
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