+.TH sphinx-build 1 "Jan 2009" "Sphinx 0.6" "User Commands"
+sphinx-build \- Sphinx documentation generator tool
+[\fIoptions\fR] <\fIsourcedir\fR> <\fIoutdir\fR> [\fIfilenames\fR...]
+sphinx-build generates documentation from the files in <sourcedir> and places it
+sphinx-build looks for <sourcedir>/conf.py for the configuration settings.
+may be used to generate template files, including conf.py.
+sphinx-build can create documentation in different formats. A format is
+selected by specifying the builder name on the command line; it defaults to
+HTML. Builders can also perform other tasks related to documentation
+By default, everything that is outdated is built. Output only for selected
+files can be built by specifying individual filenames.
+List of available builders:
+HTML files generation. This is default builder.
+Generates files for CHM generation.
+Generates files for Qt help collection generation.
+Generates a LaTeX version of the documentation.
+Generates a plain-text version of the documentation.
+Generates HTML files listing changed/added/deprecated items for the
+Checks the integrity of all external links in the documentation.
+Generates serialized HTML files in the selected format.
+Builder to use; defaults to html. See the full list of builders above.
+Generates output for all files; without this option only output for
+new and changed files is generated.
+Ignores cached files, forces to re-read all source files from disk.
+Locates the conf.py file in the specified path instead of <sourcedir>.
+Specifies that no conf.py file at all is to be used. Configuration can
+only be set with the -D option.
+Overrides a setting from the configuration file.
+Path to cached files; defaults to <outdir>/.doctrees.
+Passes a value into the HTML templates (only for html builders).
+Prevents colored output.
+Quiet operation, just prints warnings and errors on stderr.
+Very quiet operation, doesn't print anything except for errors.
+Georg Brandl <email@example.com>, Armin Ronacher <firstname.lastname@example.org> et
+This manual page was initially written by Mikhail Gusarov
+<email@example.com>, for the Debian project.