I am trying to install Autodoc FR (ADFR), on MacOS BIG SUR, but everytime I am getting popup window sayin "Python 2.7 cant be opened because the developer cannot be varified, even I allowe for sequrity and privacy, however again saing same popup my comand line is [email protected] ADFRsuite_x86_64Darwin_1.0 % ./install.sh -d /Users/mdumar/Desktop/docking -c 0 ..
Is it possible to set the Sphinx autodoc Python module path from Jupyter Book, for example via _config.yml? I’m using Jupyter Book to document a Python system and publish to Read The Docs. I can set the module path from Sphinx by adding code like this to conf.py: import os import sys sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath("my/module/path")) However, ..
I have tried .. autoclass:: ChatCommandHandler() with no luck to remove the signature, is this possible with an extension to make a custom option like :exclude-signature or something. my extensions: extensions = [ ‘sphinx.ext.napoleon’, ‘sphinx.ext.autodoc’, ‘sphinx.ext.intersphinx’, ‘exception_hierarchy’, ‘attributetable’, ‘silence’, ‘sphinx_autodoc_typehints’ ] first 3 are ext’s from sphinx, attributetable is a custom ext for a table ..
For module level functions, is there a way to auto generate content that frequently appears, namely ‘Returns: None’ , so that it wouldn’t be repeatedly written in many docstrings? I’ve seen some formatting using napoleon_custom_sections, but that doesn’t seem to be my direct use case. Example would be if the following generated documentation that contained ..
I am writing a package in Python, and would like to use Sphinx with autodoc to convert docstrings into documentation. I don’t actually need an html output, but I would like to have either an extensive README, parsable by GitHub, or a GitHub wiki. This repo seems to accomplish what I’m trying to do, since ..
I am using Sphinx to generate the documentation in python. While make html is working just fine, I have problems with make latexpdf. The .tex file is generated incompletely. It is missing some descriptions, which are included in html. I don’t see where could be the problem? For instance, Calendar class is not showed in ..
I have the following structure: └──faulty_meter └── __init__.py └── run.py └── utils.py └── anomalous_kwh_detection └── __init__.py └── general_anomalies.py └── slowing_down.py └── docs └── Makefile └── build └── make.bat └── source └── conf.py └── index.rst run.py imports utils.py and the files in anomalous_kwh_detection. I run sphinx as follows from docs: sphinx-quickstart sphinx-apidoc -o ./source .. make ..
I have the following classes import abc class Parent(metaclass=abc.ABCMeta): def __init__( self, username: str, password: str, log_file: Optional[str] = None, secret: Optional[str] = None, local_directory: Optional[str] = None, folder_path: Optional[str] = None, dataset: Optional[str] = None, table: Optional[str] = None, columns: Optional[list] = None ) -> None: pass class Child(Parent): def __init__( self, username: str, ..
I have a package written, call it MAUDIE. Also in the folder containing the MAUDIE modules, I have a docs folder containing the sphinx documentation, and a tutorial folder. In the tutorial folder, I have a file use_Maudie.py, it’s a script to run a basic use case at the command line, with a function use_maudie(). ..
Problem I am using Sphinx and the autosummary extension to document my python 3 project with numpy style docstring. This is my current rendering. The red box shows the current layout for parameters and returns. I would like to change the layout of parameters and returns like numpy, shown in desired rendering example, so that ..