[Python-checkins] cpython (merge 3.4 -> default): Closes #17386: Merge with 3.4

zach.ware python-checkins at python.org
Tue Apr 29 16:48:00 CEST 2014

changeset:   90516:2b2577d79e80
parent:      90511:a627b3e3c9c8
parent:      90515:a172f26195f6
user:        Zachary Ware <zachary.ware at gmail.com>
date:        Tue Apr 29 09:47:39 2014 -0500
  Closes #17386: Merge with 3.4

  Doc/Makefile   |    1 +
  Doc/README.txt |   29 +++++++-
  Doc/make.bat   |  121 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------
  Misc/NEWS      |    3 +
  4 files changed, 125 insertions(+), 29 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Doc/Makefile b/Doc/Makefile
--- a/Doc/Makefile
+++ b/Doc/Makefile
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@
 	@echo "Please use \`make <target>' where <target> is one of"
 	@echo "  clean      to remove build files"
 	@echo "  html       to make standalone HTML files"
+	@echo "  htmlview   to open the index page built by the html target in your browser"
 	@echo "  htmlhelp   to make HTML files and a HTML help project"
 	@echo "  latex      to make LaTeX files, you can set PAPER=a4 or PAPER=letter"
 	@echo "  text       to make plain text files"
diff --git a/Doc/README.txt b/Doc/README.txt
--- a/Doc/README.txt
+++ b/Doc/README.txt
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
 documentation.  You don't need to build them yourself, prebuilt versions are
 available at <https://docs.python.org/dev/download.html>.
-Documentation on the authoring Python documentation, including information about
+Documentation on authoring Python documentation, including information about
 both style and markup, is available in the "Documenting Python" chapter of the
 developers guide <http://docs.python.org/devguide/documenting.html>.
@@ -26,8 +26,7 @@
    make html
-to build the HTML output files.  To view the generated HTML, point your favorite
-browser at the top-level index `build/html/index.html` after running "make".
+to build the HTML output files.
 On Windows, we try to emulate the Makefile as closely as possible with a
 ``make.bat`` file.
@@ -35,18 +34,29 @@
 To use a Python interpreter that's not called ``python``, use the standard
 way to set Makefile variables, using e.g. ::
-   make html PYTHON=/usr/bin/python2.5
+   make html PYTHON=python3
+On Windows, set the PYTHON environment variable instead.
+To use a specific sphinx-build (something other than ``sphinx-build``), set
+the SPHINXBUILD variable.
 Available make targets are:
+ * "clean", which removes all build files.
  * "html", which builds standalone HTML files for offline viewing.
+ * "htmlview", which re-uses the "html" builder, but then opens the main page
+   in your default web browser.
  * "htmlhelp", which builds HTML files and a HTML Help project file usable to
    convert them into a single Compiled HTML (.chm) file -- these are popular
    under Microsoft Windows, but very handy on every platform.
-   To create the CHM file, you need to run the Microsoft HTML Help Workshop over
-   the generated project (.hhp) file.
+   To create the CHM file, you need to run the Microsoft HTML Help Workshop
+   over the generated project (.hhp) file.  The make.bat script does this for
+   you on Windows.
  * "latex", which builds LaTeX source files as input to "pdflatex" to produce
    PDF documents.
@@ -75,6 +85,13 @@
  * "suspicious", which checks the parsed markup for text that looks like
    malformed and thus unconverted reST.
+ * "check", which checks for frequent markup errors.
+ * "serve", which serves the build/html directory on port 8000.
+ * "dist", (Unix only) which creates distributable archives of HTML, text,
+   PDF, and EPUB builds.
 Without make
diff --git a/Doc/make.bat b/Doc/make.bat
--- a/Doc/make.bat
+++ b/Doc/make.bat
@@ -1,40 +1,115 @@
-@@echo off
+ at echo off
+pushd %~dp0
+set this=%~n0
 if "%SPHINXBUILD%" EQU "" set SPHINXBUILD=sphinx-build
 if "%PYTHON%" EQU "" set PYTHON=py
-if "%HTMLHELP%" EQU "" set HTMLHELP=%ProgramFiles%\HTML Help Workshop\hhc.exe
+if DEFINED ProgramFiles(x86) set _PRGMFLS=%ProgramFiles(x86)%
+if NOT DEFINED ProgramFiles(x86) set _PRGMFLS=%ProgramFiles%
+if "%HTMLHELP%" EQU "" set HTMLHELP=%_PRGMFLS%\HTML Help Workshop\hhc.exe
 if "%DISTVERSION%" EQU "" for /f "usebackq" %%v in (`%PYTHON% tools/sphinxext/patchlevel.py`) do set DISTVERSION=%%v
+if "%BUILDDIR%" EQU "" set BUILDDIR=build
+rem Targets that don't require sphinx-build
 if "%1" EQU "" goto help
-if "%1" EQU "html" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "htmlhelp" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "latex" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "text" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "suspicious" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "linkcheck" goto build
-if "%1" EQU "changes" goto build
+if "%1" EQU "help" goto help
+if "%1" EQU "check" goto check
+if "%1" EQU "serve" goto serve
+if "%1" == "clean" (
+    rmdir /q /s %BUILDDIR%
+    goto end
+if errorlevel 9009 (
+    echo.
+    echo.The 'sphinx-build' command was not found. Make sure you have Sphinx
+    echo.installed, then set the SPHINXBUILD environment variable to point
+    echo.to the full path of the 'sphinx-build' executable. Alternatively you
+    echo.may add the Sphinx directory to PATH.
+    echo.
+    echo.If you don't have Sphinx installed, grab it from
+    echo.http://sphinx-doc.org/
+    goto end
+rem Targets that do require sphinx-build and have their own label
+if "%1" EQU "htmlview" goto htmlview
+rem Everything else
+goto build
-set this=%~n0
-echo HELP
+echo.usage: %this% BUILDER [filename ...]
-echo %this% html
-echo %this% htmlhelp
-echo %this% latex
-echo %this% text
-echo %this% suspicious
-echo %this% linkcheck
-echo %this% changes
+echo.Call %this% with the desired Sphinx builder as the first argument, e.g.
+echo.``%this% html`` or ``%this% doctest``.  Interesting targets that are
+echo.always available include:
+echo.   Provided by Sphinx:
+echo.      html, htmlhelp, latex, text
+echo.      suspicious, linkcheck, changes, doctest
+echo.   Provided by this script:
+echo.      clean, check, serve, htmlview
+echo.All arguments past the first one are passed through to sphinx-build as
+echo.filenames to build or are ignored.  See README.txt in this directory or
+echo.the documentation for your version of Sphinx for more exhaustive lists
+echo.of available targets and descriptions of each.
+echo.This script assumes that the SPHINXBUILD environment variable contains
+echo.a legitimate command for calling sphinx-build, or that sphinx-build is
+echo.on your PATH if SPHINXBUILD is not set.  Options for sphinx-build can
+echo.be passed by setting the SPHINXOPTS environment variable.
 goto end
-if not exist build mkdir build
-if not exist build\%1 mkdir build\%1
-if not exist build\doctrees mkdir build\doctrees
-cmd /C %SPHINXBUILD% -b%1 -dbuild\doctrees . build\%*
-if "%1" EQU "htmlhelp" "%HTMLHELP%" build\htmlhelp\python%DISTVERSION:.=%.hhp
+if NOT "%PAPER%" == "" (
+    set SPHINXOPTS=-D latex_paper_size=%PAPER% %SPHINXOPTS%
+cmd /C %SPHINXBUILD% %SPHINXOPTS% -b%1 -dbuild\doctrees . %BUILDDIR%\%*
+if "%1" EQU "htmlhelp" (
+    cmd /C "%HTMLHELP%" build\htmlhelp\python%DISTVERSION:.=%.hhp
+    rem hhc.exe seems to always exit with code 1, reset to 0 for less than 2
+    if not errorlevel 2 cmd /C exit /b 0
+if errorlevel 1 (
+    echo.Build failed (exit code %ERRORLEVEL%^), check for error messages
+    echo.above.  Any output will be found in %BUILDDIR%\%1
+) else (
+    echo.Build succeeded. All output should be in %BUILDDIR%\%1
+goto end
+if NOT "%2" EQU "" (
+    echo.Can't specify filenames to build with htmlview target, ignoring.
+cmd /C %this% html
+if EXIST %BUILDDIR%\html\index.html (
+    echo.Opening %BUILDDIR%\html\index.html in the default web browser...
+    start %BUILDDIR%\html\index.html
+goto end
+cmd /C %PYTHON% tools\rstlint.py -i tools
+goto end
+cmd /C %PYTHON% ..\Tools\scripts\serve.py %BUILDDIR%\html
 goto end
diff --git a/Misc/NEWS b/Misc/NEWS
--- a/Misc/NEWS
+++ b/Misc/NEWS
@@ -340,6 +340,9 @@
+- Issue #17386: Expanded functionality of the ``Doc/make.bat`` script to make
+  it much more comparable to ``Doc/Makefile``.
 - Issue #21312: Update the thread_foobar.h template file to include newer
   threading APIs.  Patch by Jack McCracken.

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