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Sphinx and Read the Docs

The Sphinx project is used by many Python projects to generate their documentation.  It adds a layer on top of docutils (ala, reStructuredText) to integrate and cross-link many separate document pages.  It can also generate documentation from the docstrings in your code.

Rigel will show us how the Sphinx documentation generation tool works, how it can generate documentation from the docstrings in your code, and how to use it with readthedocs.org.

 

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