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Overview — Sphinx 1.1.3 documentation

Overview — Sphinx 1.1.3 documentation

Getting Started — Read The Docs 1.0 documentation This document will show you how to get up and running with Read the Docs. If you are already using Sphinx for your docs, skip ahead to Import Your Docs. There is a screencast that will help you get started if you prefer. Write Your Docs¶ Install Sphinx, and create a directory inside your project to hold your docs: $ cd /path/to/project $ mkdir docs Run sphinx-quickstart in there: $ cd docs $ sphinx-quickstart This will walk you through creating the basic configuration; in most cases, you can just accept the defaults. Now, edit your index.rst and add some information about your project. Edit your files and rebuild until you like what you see, then commit your changes and push to your public repository. Import Your Docs¶ Sign up for an account on RTD, then log in. Git: lp:pasta Add an optional homepage URL and some tags, then click “Create”.

CodeMirror TIOBE Software: Tiobe Index TIOBE Index for January 2016 January Headline: Java is TIOBE's Programming Language of 2015! Java has won the TIOBE Index programming language award of the year. This is because Java has the largest increase in popularity in one year time (+5.94%). Java leaves runner ups Visual Basic.NET (+1.51%) and Python (+1.24%) far behind. At first sight, it might seem surprising that an old language like Java wins this award. Java's rise goes hand in hand with Objective-C's decline (-5.88%). So what is the outlook for 2016? The TIOBE Programming Community index is an indicator of the popularity of programming languages. The index can be used to check whether your programming skills are still up to date or to make a strategic decision about what programming language should be adopted when starting to build a new software system. TIOBE Programming Community IndexSource: www.tiobe.com Java Python Visual Basic .NET JavaScript Assembly language Ruby Other programming languages The Next 50 Programming Languages

Documentación fácil y atractiva con Sphinx Introducción Sphinx es una herramienta que permite a los desarrolladores escribir documentos en texto plano para una fácil generación de salidas en formatos que satisfagan diversas necesidades. Esto se vuelve útil usando un Sistema de Control de Versiones para realizar el seguimiento de los cambios. La documentación de texto plano también es útil para colaboradores a través de distintos sistemas. El texto plano es uno de los formatos más portables disponibles actualmente. Aunque Sphinx está escrito en Python y fue originalmente creado para la documentación del lenguaje de Python, no está centrado necesariamente en el lenguaje y, en algunos casos, ni siquiera es específico del programador. Piense en Sphinx como una infraestructura de documentación: abstrae las partes tediosas y ofrece funcionalidad automática para solucionar problemas comunes como el indexado de títulos y el resaltado de código especial (si se están mostrando ejemplos de código) con el resaltado de sintaxis apropiado.

Open Source Software - Find, Evaluate, Collaborate - OStatic IPython Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Notebook[modifier | modifier le code] Autres fonctionnalités[modifier | modifier le code] IPython permet une interaction non bloquante avec Tkinter, GTK+, Qt et wxWidgets (le terminal par défaut de Python ne permet que l'interaction avec Tkinter). Dans les médias[modifier | modifier le code] IPython a été mentionné dans la presse informatique anglophone[2] et a été représenté à diverses conférences scientifiques[3]. Subventions et récompenses[modifier | modifier le code] Depuis début 2013 et pour deux ans, la fondation Alfred P. En mars 2013, le projet a valu le Prix du développement logiciel libre par la Free Software Foundation à son créateur. Références[modifier | modifier le code] Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

Document your Django project using Sphinx documentation tool and reStructuredText | dgraziotin So you wrote a cool documentation in your Python code using docstring and reStructuredText, in order to let other people understand your API. What’s the next step? To export it in html/pdf etc. I wrote an XML-RPC service providing Dynamic Ridesharing functionalities for my Bachelor Computer Science thesis. It was written using Python and Django. Many tools for exporting Python documentation exist, but the most comfortable one for Django seems to be Sphinx. Note that this is neither a reStructuredText nor a Sphinx tutorial, as their respective websites are clear enough. Ok, let’s imagine that we have a Django project with the following (not very common) skeleton: dycapo |-settings.py |-urls.py |-templates |-server |---driver.py |---passenger.py |---common.py |---models |------location.py |------mode.py |------person.py |------prefs.py |------trip.py |------reponse.py Where: Yeah, the example is taken from my project. Open the terminal. Be sure to change the values to fit your needs. .. ..

elRTE - open source WYSIWYG editor for Web Cython Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cython est disponible dans de nombreuses distributions Linux ainsi que sous Mac OS X via le gestionnaire de paquets 'MacPorts'. Réalisations[modifier | modifier le code] Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

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