Generate this documentation

See Generating the documention with pyquickhelper.

Configuration:

# coding: utf-8
import sys
import os
import alabaster
from pyquickhelper.helpgen.default_conf import set_sphinx_variables

sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath(os.path.join(os.path.split(__file__)[0])))

set_sphinx_variables(__file__, "python3_module_template", "Xavier Dupré", 2019,
                     "alabaster", alabaster.get_path(), locals(), add_extensions=['alabaster'],
                     extlinks=dict(issue=('https://github.com/sdpython/python3_module_template/issues/%s', 'issue')))

blog_root = "http://www.xavierdupre.fr/app/python3_module_template/helpsphinx/"

notebooks_urls = "http://www.xavierdupre.fr/app/python3_module_template/helpsphinx/notebooks/"

nblinks = {
    'slideshowrst': notebooks_urls + 'slide_show.html',
}

Extensions to install

Tips

Module pyquickhelper defines sphinx command runpython which generates from a python script included in the documentation itself. The following snippet produces a table.

<<<

from pyquickhelper.pandashelper import df2rst
import pandas
df = pandas.DataFrame([{"x": 3, "y": 4}, {"x": 3.5, "y": 5}])
print(df2rst(df))

>>>

x

y

3.0

4.0

3.5

5.0

The next one is more complex. The code produces titles, label and references. It requires Sphinx engine to be processed.

<<<

rows = []
list_title = ["T1", "T2", "T3"]
back = None
for t in list_title:
    rows.append("")
    rows.append(".. _l-fake_title-" + t + ":")
    rows.append("")
    rows.append(t * 3)
    rows.append("^" * len(t * 3))
    rows.append("")
    if back:
        rows.append("link :ref:`l-fake_title-" + back + "`")
    else:
        rows.append("no link")
    rows.append("")
    back = t
print("\n".join(rows))

>>>

T1T1T1

no link

T2T2T2

link T1T1T1

T3T3T3

link T2T2T2

Raw


.. _l-fake_title-T1:

T1T1T1
^^^^^^

no link


.. _l-fake_title-T2:

T2T2T2
^^^^^^

link :ref:`l-fake_title-T1`


.. _l-fake_title-T3:

T3T3T3
^^^^^^

link :ref:`l-fake_title-T2`