I have an package thats imported from the parent path everywhere. So i have to set PYTHONPATH enviromentvariable when i want to serve the docs for that package. Ive searched the Docs,stack overflow, google but couldn’t find an solution to configure that in the mkdocs.yml or run an piece of python code to append it ..
I am trying to create docs using Jupyter Notebooks (NB) for some code. Previously, I used Sphinx but wanted to switch because it didn’t seem to support dynamically generated HTML output of a Jupyter NB. I thought this was a Sphinx issue so after looking I found MkDocs and Jupyter Books but neither one supported ..
I tried searching for this, but was unable to get any sort of answer that would be pointing to a solution. Let me start with some background first i suppose. My Goal: I’m currently figuring out how to get a decent automated documentation created for a certain python script repository. Its a library, so not ..
The general idea is to have multiple mkdocs documentation sites under a single repository. Like this: – index.html # landing page – /product1/getting-started/ – /product2/getting-started/ I use this script .github/workflows/ci.yml to deploy master on push name: ci on: push: branches: – master jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: – uses: actions/[email protected] – uses: actions/[email protected] with: python-version: ..
My python versions are: python –version Python 2.7.9 python3 –version Python 3.8.5 I have downloaded pip. pip –version pip 20.2.2 from /Library/Python/3.8/site-packages/pip (python 3.8) pip3 –version pip 20.2.2 from /Library/Python/3.8/site-packages/pip (python 3.8) I need to download the mkdocs on my Mac. For that I run the command: pip3 install mkdocs. After running this command, I ..