How to install sphinx_wxoptimize
- Download and install ActivePython
- Open Command Prompt
pypm install sphinx-wxoptimize
The sphinx document processor generates HTML that uses more advanced syntax than the HtmlHelp browser in wxPython and wxWidgets can render. This program uses the htmlhelp files generated by sphinx as input and attempts to remove elements that confuse the wxHtmlHelp system while adding or modifying elements in an attempt to allow the wxHtmlHelp to render the HTML as closely as possible to the HTML as viewed by a modern browser.
This package provides a script sphinx-wxoptimize that is designed to be integrated into your make htmlhelp target that will automatically reprocess the sphinx-generated htmlhelp files and convert them to be better rendered in the wxPython or wxWidgets wxHtmlHelpController.
Currently converts the following to be better rendered in wxHtmlHelpController:
- fixes anchor links
- removes extra linebreaks caused by div tags
- adds a line break after center-aligned images
- fixes left margin issues of mulitple paragraphs in definition lists
- removes the search link from the index page
For an example of the output of sphinx-wxoptimize, visit the Peppy User Manual.
Automatic Integration with Sphinx
In your sphinx Makefile, change the htmlhelp target from:
htmlhelp: $(SPHINXBUILD) -b htmlhelp $(ALLSPHINXOPTS) $(BUILDDIR)/htmlhelp
htmlhelp: $(SPHINXBUILD) -b htmlhelp $(ALLSPHINXOPTS) $(BUILDDIR)/htmlhelp sphinx-wxoptimize $(BUILDDIR)/htmlhelp
Installation is through the usual python packaging commands, either by downloading the source archive and installing manually:
python setup.py install
or using easy_install:
Using easy_install will automatically install the prerequisite BeautifulSoup library.
Please use the Google Code site to report any bugs, add any feature requests, or check out the subversion source code repository.
- Fixed bug in single paragraph definition lists including inline markup
(italics, bold, etc.)
- Initial release