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version 0.6 on Nov 20th, 2012
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A Sphinx extension to cross-reference API documentation generated with Epydoc.

Installation

This extension can be installed from the Python Package Index:

pip install sphinx-contrib.epydoc

Usage

Add this extension to extensions and configure the cross-reference mapping:

extensions = ['sphinxcontrib.epydoc']

epydoc_mapping = {
   'http://paludis.exherbo.org/api/python/': [r'paludis(\.|$)'],
}

Now you can reference identifiers from Paludis with the standard directives from the Python domain:

This is a cross-reference to :class:`paludis.PackageID`.

For more details refer to the documentation, though there really isn't much more.

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