:noindex: flag has no effect when used with automodule directive

Max Cantor avatarMax Cantor created an issue

Steps to reproduce:

  • Document a module with an automodule directive
  • Add the :noindex: flag as an option
  • Note that it still appears in the module index, and is the target of any links to :mod:`thatmodule`

The :noindex: flag is correctly bubbling up to the PyModule's run method, and the logic branch on line 432 of domains/python.py is not being run as a result. However, the module still ends up in the index. Unfortunately I don't have the cycles at the moment to dive deeper.

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