[Twisted-Python] Lore to Sphinx Conversion Progress Report 3
kevin.horn at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 19:07:41 EST 2009
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 2:05 PM, Kevin Horn <kevin.horn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello again, and welcome to another update on the Twisted Lore to Sphinx
> conversion project.
> Current Sphinx results are in the usual place at:
> Here's what's new:
> - The lore2sphinx conversion script is now up on bitbucket. You can find
> it here: http://bitbucket.org/khorn/lore2sphinx/ .
> Special thanks to Steve Steiner (ssteinerX) for helping out a bitbucket
> - lore2sphinx now reads input and output directories from a config file.
> The config file can have one or more "profiles", each of which contains
> config info for a set of documentation. At present, the script just uses the
> default profile (set in the config file), but I'll add a command line switch
> to specify the profile Real Soon Now (tm), which will make it easy to use a
> single config file for multiple projects (e.g. twisted, nevow, mantissa,
> - lore2sphinx has also been refactored a bit, which solves a lot of
> whitespace handling issues. The Sphinx build now gives fewer than 100 errors
> (currently 65, started off in the 500-600 range)! Hooray! Still, not all
> of the output is fully correct, and some tags (notably tables) are still
> - I still haven't started any work on a theme...I'll get to it eventually,
> unless someone else does first. Any volunteers?
> - Divmod docs: new config file support is a step in this direction, look
> for something soon...
> - PyOpenSSL docs: kind of a sideline to this so I haven't really moved
> forward on this yet, but I will eventually
> If anyone out there would like to help out, I can certainly use the
> assistance. Lore2sphinx could probably use some extra eyeballs and brains
> looking at it, thought the basic structure is pretty much laid out. Any
> ideas/comments/criticisms welcome.
> If you're intimidated by the idea of working on the actual lore2sphinx
> conversion script (or just don't want to), here's some other stuff that
> needs doing:
> - work on a twisted (or Divmod) Sphinx theme which at least mostly matches
> the website (or the Divmod website)
> - identify branches which have lore patches in them
> - identify tickets which propose to fix/modify Lore functionality
> - identify wiki pages that need to be changed, and the necessary changes
> - make suggestions on the overall conversion process, as documented in the
> I'm sure I'll manage to get all this done eventually, but with more people,
> it will get done sooner. And sooner is better. :)
> If you'd like to help out with one (or more) of these tasks, just give a
> shout here, or email me off-list.
> Kevin Horn
Another quick update...
- lore2sphinx now accepts a command line parameter to specify which config
profile to use
- added "stub" sphinx projects for Divmod Nevow, Mantissa, and Epsilon.
I've converted the docs for these projects and built them (mostly)
successfully, but I haven't published them anywhere yet (coming soon). Have
I missed any other Divmod projects with Lore docs?
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