epydoc - can I provide multiple dirs to parse

Medi montaseri at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 20:53:34 CEST 2009


On Oct 5, 2:09 am, Jean-Michel Pichavant <jeanmic... at sequans.com>
wrote:
> Medi wrote:
> > Can I present multiple directories toepydocto process. For example
>
> >epydoc-option -option -option dir_1 dir_2 dir_3
>
> > where dir_i is a directory containing some python src codes ?
>
> > I am currently running it on two directories with about 10M + 20 Meg
> > which takes a very long time (more than 40 minutes) and strace(1) is
> > showing mmap(2) ops back to back....might not be related but the
> > process gets wedged somewhere
>
> > Thanks
> > Medi
>
> Here is an ugly python script we are using to build the doc.
>
> #!/usr/bin/python
> # coding: utf-8
>
> if __name__ == '__main__':
>         import sys
>         try :
>                 importepydoc
>         except ImportError:
>                 print "Error while importingepydoc"
>                 print "Make sure it is installed"
>         fromepydoc.cli import cli
>         modules = ['dir_1','dir_2','dir_3']
>         sys.argv = ["epydoc.py", "--html", "--no-frame", "--parse-only",
>                                         "--exclude=.*scripts.bug.*",
>                                         "--graph=all",
>                                         #"--no-sourcecode",
>                                         "--inheritance=grouped",
>                                         "-v",
>                                         "--output",
> "/home/labsys/public_html"
>                                         ] + sys.argv[1:]
>         sys.argv += modules
>         cli()

Looks like multiple dir should work...
Also, what does the author mean by --inheritance=STYLE where style =
{ grouped, listed, included } . The help text does not explain this
well.




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