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pypm install sphinxcontrib.infrae

How to install sphinxcontrib.infrae

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  3. Type pypm install sphinxcontrib.infrae
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version 1.0 on May 23rd, 2012

Infrae extension for Sphinx. This add:

  • Color scheme for Buildout, because the Ini scheme doesn't work for multiple line option values.

    It defines the code type buildout for the directive code-block.

  • An directive autointerface to document Zope interfaces.

    Example: autointerface:: module.name.to.your.interface.

    This create extra documentation if zope.schema fields are encountered on the interface.

  • An directive autoevent to document Zope events.

    Example: autoevent:: module.name.to.your.event.


1.0 (30/04/2012)
  • Initial release

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Last updated May 23rd, 2012

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