James - Atlantix
james at atlantixeng.com
Mon Nov 9 20:11:50 CET 2009
I am just basically looking at how to use Sphinx to document a Python
project . . . so that others at my company can use modules I develop.
Perhaps I should have used something different than sprint. . . a
walkthrough on using Sphinx. I have read articles, but they are a bit large
From: Catherine Devlin [mailto:catherine.devlin at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2009 2:03 PM
To: James - Atlantix
Cc: centraloh at python.org
Subject: Re: [CentralOH] Sphinx
I have - though it's the sort of Python project that really isn't intended
for developer-level use (an end user uses the product overall, they don't
import the module and then invoke specific functions or classes from it).
But anyway, sqlpython's docs are in Sphinx:
Can you explain what you mean by a sprint in this context? (I only know
sprints as code-writing exercises, and I assume you don't mean we should
write new code for Sphinx...)
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 12:11 PM, James - Atlantix <james at atlantixeng.com>
I am wondering if anyone has experience documenting a Python project with
Sphinx? If so, would they be willing to do a sprint at the next meeting?
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