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thinking-sphinx - Sphinx plugin for ActiveRecord/Rails

  •    Ruby

Thinking Sphinx is a library for connecting ActiveRecord to the Sphinx full-text search tool, and integrates closely with Rails (but also works with other Ruby web frameworks). The current release is v4.0.0. Please refer to the changelog and release notes for any changes you need to make when upgrading. The release notes in particular are quite good at covering breaking changes and more details for new features.

sphinx - Main repository for the Sphinx documentation builder

  •    Python

Sphinx is a tool that makes it easy to create intelligent and beautiful documentation for Python projects (or other documents consisting of multiple reStructuredText sources), written by Georg Brandl. It was originally created for the new Python documentation, and has excellent facilities for Python project documentation, but C/C++ is supported as well, and more languages are planned. Sphinx uses reStructuredText as its markup language, and many of its strengths come from the power and straightforwardness of reStructuredText and its parsing and translating suite, the Docutils.

readthedocs.org - The source code that powers readthedocs.org

  •    Python

Read the Docs hosts documentation for the open source community. It supports Sphinx docs written with reStructuredText, and can pull from your Subversion, Bazaar, Git, and Mercurial repositories. Then we build documentation and host it for you. Think of it as Continuous Documentation. You will find complete documentation for setting up your project at the Read the Docs site.

docs - MinIO Object Storage Documentation

  •    Python

Artifacts output to the build/ directory as HTML. Just open index.html to get started poking around. Still need to work out deployment steps, but this should work for testing locally.

esphome-docs - Source for esphome.io documentation files.

  •    Python

For issues, please go to the issue tracker. For feature requests, please see feature requests.

breathe - ReStructuredText and Sphinx bridge to Doxygen

  •    Python

This is an extension to reStructuredText and Sphinx to be able to read and render the Doxygen xml output. The documentation is available here. Thank you to the people running Read the Docs for such an excellent service.

.NET Sphinx Client


A .NET client for the Sphinx search engine (http://sphinxsearch.com/) written in C#

MyST-Parser - An extended commonmark compliant parser, with bridges to docutils/sphinx

  •    Python

MyST is a rich and extensible flavor of Markdown meant for technical documentation and publishing. MyST is a flavor of markdown that is designed for simplicity, flexibility, and extensibility. This repository serves as the reference implementation of MyST Markdown, as well as a collection of tools to support working with MyST in Python and Sphinx. It contains an extended CommonMark-compliant parser using markdown-it-py, as well as a Sphinx extension that allows you to write MyST Markdown in Sphinx.

best-of-python-dev - 🏆 A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries

  •    Python

🏆  A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries. Updated weekly. 🧙‍♂️  Discover other best-of lists or create your own. 📫  Subscribe to our newsletter for updates and trending projects.

sphinxcontrib-asyncio - Sphinx extension to add asyncio-specific markups

  •    Python

Sphinx extension to add asyncio-specific markups

docs - Documentation site

  •    CSS

This repo is the source behind https://docs.syncthing.net/.To edit the documentation you need a GitHub account. Once you have created one and logged in, you can edit any page by navigating to the corresponding file and clicking the edit (pen) icon. This will create a so called "fork" and a "pull request", which will be approved by one of the existing documentation team members. Once you have made a contribution or two, you can be added to the documentation team and perform edits without requiring approval.

documentation - :blue_book: Nextcloud documentation

  •    CSS

Documentation is published on https://docs.nextcloud.com.The documentation Wiki is available for tips, tricks, edge cases, and anyone who wants to contribute more easily, without having to learn Git and Sphinx.

sphinx-click - A Sphinx plugin to automatically document click-based applications

  •    Python

sphinx-click is a Sphinx plugin that allows you to automatically extract documentation from a click-based application and include it in your docs.To document a click-based application, both the application itself and any additional dependencies required by that application must be installed.

better-apidoc - A version of sphinx-apidoc with support for templating

  •    Python

This will install better-apidoc in the current environment's bin folder. The better-apidoc script is a patched version of Sphinx' apidoc.py. If well-received, I may try to have this patch merged back into Sphinx as an update to sphinx-apidoc.


  •    Python

The backend server application for Graygram. Written in Python 2.7 and Flask. Graygram uses subdomain for its API host. I'd recommend you to add following to your /etc/hosts file.

sphinx-example - A mini-tutorial / cheatsheet / link-collection to get you started documenting Python code using Sphinx

  •    Python

A mini-tutorial / working example / cheatsheet / link-collection to get you started documenting Python code using the Sphinx documentation system. Treat accordingly.

sphinx-automodapi - Sphinx extension for generating API documentation

  •    Python

This is a Sphinx extension to automatically generate API pages for whole modules. It was originally developed for the Astropy project but is now available as a standalone package since it can be used for any other package. The documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs. Note that packages from the Astropy project should continue to use this extension from the astropy-helpers rather than using this standalone package.

documentation - Plone Documentation

  •    HTML

You can read the documentation on docs.plone.org. One of the best ways to start contributing to the documentation is to pick one of the tickets labeled First Timer.

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