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Hey Chris and Stephen,
Right now the docs in the repo are slightly different from the docs on the webpage (getting ready for the next point release). There is a subsection in the "Advanced yt usage" section on "Using yt with external Analysis Tools" that might be a good place to put this info. We can make a new subheading in there for Sunrise and how to get the two integrated.
Do you want to write it and add it to the docs yourself? If so, you can fork and clone the docs here: https://bitbucket.org/yt_analysis/yt-doc . This will give you a copy of the hg repo of the docs on your bit bucket account that you can modify before issuing a pull request to get it into the main branch. If you don't want to bother with this, and you just want to provide some text about how to get sunrise/yt integrated, I could put it into the docs for you (as I'm going to be monkeying around a bunch with them in the next month anyway) if you send it to me.
Thanks for working on this, Chris! I look forward to playing a bit with Sunrise and yt together!
On 11/24/11 9:43 AM, Stephen Skory wrote:
It's been a while now that I've been using the Sunrise exporter that Matt wrote a long time ago, and I've written up a bit of documentation (and troubleshooting) on how to actually go about using it. How do I post this to the yt documentation website? What section does it go in, analysis modules? Cookbook? First of all, thanks for volunteering to write documentation! Here's a couple paragraphs that outline the procedure:
As to what section, perhaps it could go in the source/advanced directory? Does anyone else have a better idea?