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Sphinx extension for dirty models

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Dirty Models Sphinx extension

Sphinx extension for dirty models

About

Sphinx extension to help developers to write documentation of applications which use Dirty Models.

Features

  • Describe each field with real type.
  • All field types defined on Dirty Models are documented.
  • Use prefixed (doc comment using #: before field) or suffixed (Multiline doc string after field) documentation for each field.
  • Document read only fields.
  • Document default value for each field.
  • Document datetime format on those fields.
  • Able to set a prefix text in model signature.
  • Able to set a prefix text in fields signature.
  • Able to document field type as annotation or as field directive.
  • Able to add models to toctree.
  • Able to add model attributes to toctree.

Changelog

Version 0.4.1
  • Fix installation.
Version 0.4.0
  • Document default timezone on TimeField and DatetimeField.
  • Document forced timezone on DatetimeField.
  • Minor fixes.
  • Fix nested classes.
  • Document EnumField.
Version 0.3.0
  • Added option to add models to toctree.
  • Added option to add model attributes to toctree.
  • Added option to set prefix model signature.
  • Added option to set prefix model field signature.
  • Added option to use field type as annotation.
  • Added fields to index.
  • Changed default value label to Default value.

Issues

  • Latex manual document class builder fails when model attributes are in toctree. That is because it creates a fake sections with same ids and remove after toctree is created. So, latex builder does not found references when it try to create links.

Installation

Just use pip to install it:

$ pip install dirty-models-sphinx

And add to Sphinx extensions to your project.

Warning

autodoc extension (included in Sphinx) is required.

conf.py file:

extensions = [
    'sphinx.ext.autodoc',
    'dirty_models_sphinx'
]

Configuration

It is possible to modify Dirty Models Sphinx extension behavior using configuration in conf.py file.

dirty_model_add_classes_to_toc

If it is True Dirty Models classes will be added to table of content. Default: True.

dirty_model_add_attributes_to_toc

If it is True Dirty Models class attributes will be added to table of content, only if classes were added. Default: True.

dirty_model_class_label

It defines a prefix text for Dirty Model class signatures. It is possible to use None in order to avoid prefix. Default: 'Model'.

dirty_model_property_label

It defines a prefix text for Dirty Model class field signatures. It is possible to use None in order to avoid prefix. Default: 'property'.

dirty_model_field_type_as_annotation

If it is True field type will be shown as annotation to attribute. Otherwise, if it is False, field type will be shown as field directive. Default: True.

Usage

Just use regular autodocumenter:

.. automodule:: models
    :members:
    :show-inheritance:

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