1. Georg Brandl
  2. sphinx


sphinx / sphinx / texinputs / howto.cls

% howto.cls for Sphinx

\ProvidesClass{howto}[1998/02/25 Document class (Python HOWTO)]


% Pass all given class options to the parent class.


% Optional packages:
% If processing of these documents fails at your TeX installation,
% these may be commented out (independently) to make things work.
% These are both supplied with the current version of the teTeX
% distribution.
% The "fancyhdr" package makes nicer page footers reasonable to
% implement, and is used to put the chapter and section information in 
% the footers.

% Required package:
% This gives us all the Python-specific markup that we really want.
% This should come last.  Do not change this.

% This comes after python.sty because it otherwise defines its own
% "seealso" command.

% Support for module synopsis sections:

% Need to do one of these....

% Change the title page to look a bit better, and fit in with the
% fncychap ``Bjarne'' style a bit better.
    % This \def is required to deal with multi-line authors; it
    % changes \\ to ', ' (comma-space), making it pass muster for
    % generating document info in the PDF file.
    \def\\{, }
      /Author (\@author)
      /Title (\@title)
    {\rm\Huge\py@HeaderFamily \@title} \par
    {\em\large\py@HeaderFamily \py@release\releaseinfo} \par
    {\Large\py@HeaderFamily \@author} \par
    \@date \par
    \py@authoraddress \par

    \parskip = 0mm

% Fix the theindex environment to add an entry to the Table of
% Contents; this is much nicer than just having to jump to the end of
% the book and flip around, especially with multiple indexes.

  \pagestyle{normal}}		% start this way; change for
\pagenumbering{arabic}		% ToC & chapters