At  you can see the basic sphinx documentation of the terms (scroll down).
It took me some time to convert the docstrings, but the result is not bad. The
new sources are for the moment at , I will push it to the master repo after
I get some feedback.
I do not know yet how to hide the common methods of the terms, i.e. do the
1. The Term class documentation with all the common methods
2. The Term subclass documentation with only Description, Definition, and
possibly the extra methods not already defined by Term.
After this is done, we could happily abandon the old way of generating the
sfepy_manual.pdf (which is broken now anyway, as the docstrings changed).
at  you can find a first version of my attempt to clean up a bit the
directory structure and naming of the example problems. I did not fix the file
contents yet, so the tests do not pass, nevertheless I would appreciate
comments on the used naming scheme and structure.
At the top level, database/ -> meshes/, input/ -> examples and examples/ ->
Note that a single mesh is often reused in several examples, therefore I did
not put the meshes directly to the same directories as the corresponding examples.
when writing the sphinx docs, I use the following regular expression in Emacs's
query replace regexp command:
That way I can write the inline math (on a single line!) using the usual $
signs and replace them just before making the docs. Simple, but helps.
Hello in 2010!
I have finally resolved the segfault problem with sphinx (btw. completely
unrelated to sphinx).
Logan, the documentation version at your github site (= what is at
docs.sfepy.org) is the most recent, right?
I will put the docs of the git version to , and convert the term docstrings