[PySide] How to Generate PySide Documentation

Roman Lacko backup.rlacko at gmail.com
Mon Mar 25 13:11:58 CET 2013

I made some progress on doc generation. here is is what will be available
(if everything goes well):

- doc generation will be included in python-setup build scripts so everyone
can build the documentation when needed

- Starting from next version PySide prebuild packages will contain full
shiboken and pyside documentation out-of-the-box for offline reading

- PySide and Shiboken documentation will be available on Read The Docs
(allraedy reserved the site here https://readthedocs.org/projects/pyside/)


2013/3/23 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>

> Thats great!  If you get a mini-howto, I'll post it on the PySide wiki.
>  That way we'll have a method of getting the documentation back if it ever
> gets lost again.
> On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 7:59 AM, Roman Lacko <backup.rlacko at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I'm trying to generate the latest documentation for version 1.1.2 (on
>> windows). I will send here the mini-howto when it's ready.
>> R.
>> 2013/3/22 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>
>>>  Does anybody know how the PySide documentation was generated?  I can't
>>> imagine this being a straight forward task.  I want to take a look at how
>>> feasible it is to reconstruct the 1.1.0 and maybe get a 1.1.2 documentation
>>> created as well.
>>> I think we badly need documentation for the latest version of PySide and
>>> keep this momentum going forward if PySide is going to receive new updates
>>> in the future.
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