Procedure to check for valid Sphinx ReST docstrings
docstringtest is a small package for regression testing of docstrings in Python code. It checks that all appropriate methods and functions are using ReST docstrings with parameter information so that nice documentation can be generated. This format looks like:
def example_function(varA,varB): """ This function does nothing :param varA: The first variable :param varB: The second variable :type varA: The type of the first variable :type varB: The type of the second variable """ pass
It makes it easy to check that the docstrings match with the current parameters so that documentation doesn’t become out-of-step with the code.
If you wanted to add docstringtest to a standard test algorithm, it would simply be something like this
import mymodule import docstringtest def test_docstringtest(): docstringtest.testModule(mymodule)
Contributions are very welcome.
Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, “docstringtest” is free and open source software
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