.. -*- restructuredtext -*- ========================= README for sphinx-contrib ========================= This repository contains a collection of Sphinx_ extensions maintained by their respective authors. It is not an official part of Sphinx. .. _Sphinx: http://bitbucket.org/birkenfeld/sphinx Installing ========== Use ``setup.py`` in the subdirectory for the individual extension:: cd dir python setup.py build sudo python setup.py install Contributing ============ If you want to add your own extension, please write an e-mail to email@example.com and give your bitbucket user name; you will then get write access to the public repo at http://bitbucket.org/birkenfeld/sphinx-contrib. Send wishes, comments, patches, etc. for individual extensions to their author as given in the module. List of extensions ================== .. Note that this will be viewed using the bitbucket web interface .. .. which does not support the full sphinx markup like. .. - aafig: render embeded ASCII art as nice images using aafigure_. - autorun: Execute code in a runblock directive. - context: a builder for ConTeXt. - feed: an extension for creating syndication feeds from your site content - gnuplot: produces images using gnuplot_ language. - lilypond: an extension inserting music scripts from Lilypond_ in PNG format. - mscgen: embed mscgen-formatted MSC (Message Sequence Chart)s. - paverutils: an alternate integration of Sphinx with Paver_. - sword: an extension inserting Bible verses from Sword_. - sdedit: an extension inserting sequence diagram by using Quick Sequence Diagram Editor (sdedit_) - osaka: convert standard Japanese doc to Osaka dialect (it is joke extension) - rubydomain: an extension for Ruby support (Sphinx 1.0 needed) - zopeext: provide an ``autointerface`` directive for using Zope interfaces. - googleanalytics: track html visitors statistics - traclinks: create TracLinks_ to a Trac_ instance from within Sphinx - issuetracker: link to different issue trackers - epydoc: cross-reference eypdoc generated documentation - pyqt4: markup for PyQt4 signals - doxylink: Link to external Doxygen-generated HTML documentation - ansi: parse ANSI color sequences inside documents - cheeseshop: easily link to PyPI packages - programoutput: include output of programs into documentation - erlangdomain: an extension for Erlang support (Sphinx 1.0 needed) - omegat: support tools to collaborate with OmegaT_ (Sphinx 1.1 needed) - plantuml: embed UML diagram by using PlantUML_ - spelling: Spelling checker using PyEnchant_ .. _aafigure: http://docutils.sourceforge.net/sandbox/aafigure/ .. _gnuplot: http://www.gnuplot.info/ .. _paver: http://www.blueskyonmars.com/projects/paver/ .. _Sword: http://www.crosswire.org/sword/ .. _Lilypond: http://lilypond.org/web/ .. _sdedit: http://sdedit.sourceforge.net/ .. _Trac: http://trac.edgewall.org .. _TracLinks: http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracLinks .. _OmegaT: http://www.omegat.org/ .. _PlantUML: http://plantuml.sourceforge.net/ .. _PyEnchant: http://www.rfk.id.au/software/pyenchant/ For contributors ================ When adding or updating your extension, please adhere to these guidelines: * Use ``make-ext.py`` to set up your extension subdirectory. * Each extension must be either a submodule or subpackage of the ``sphinxcontrib`` package. The ``sphinxcontrib/__init__.py`` file in your package must not be changed. * Each extension must be listed in this file under "List of extensions" above. * Each author should be listed in ``AUTHORS`` along with the extension name. * It would be good to have all extensions BSD licensed; otherwise make a note in an ``ext/LICENSE`` file. * Each extension can maintain a changelog and readme file; these files should be called ``ext/CHANGES`` and ``ext/README``, respectively.