Minimal python API documentation generation for https://mathy.ai

## mathy_pydoc

IMPORTANT This is a fork of the pydoc_markdown repo to use the legacy version for Mathy's simple API doc needs. See the official repo for the latest stable updates: https://github.com/NiklasRosenstein/pydoc-markdown

insipired by the [Keras] Documentation

## Installation

pip install mathy_pydoc


## Usage

mathy_pydoc generates plain Markdown files from Python modules using the mathy_pydoc command. Specify one or more module names on the command-line. Supports the + syntax to include members of the module (or ++ to include members of the members, etc.)

mathy_pydoc mypackage+ mypackage.mymodule+ > docs.md


## Syntax

### Cross-references

Symbols in the same namespace may be referenced by using a hash-symbol (#) directly followed by the symbols' name, including relative references. Note that using parentheses for function names is encouraged and will be ignored and automatically added when converting docstrings. Examples: #ClassName.member or #mod.function().

For absolute references for modules or members in names that are not available in the current global namespace, #::mod.member must be used (note the two preceeding two double-colons).

For long reference names where only some part of the name should be displayed, the syntax #X~some.reference.name can be used, where X is the number of elements to keep. If X is omitted, it will be assumed 1. Example: #~some.reference.name results in only name being displayed.

In order to append additional characters that are not included in the actual reference name, another hash-symbol can be used, like #Signal#s.

### Sections

Sections can be generated with the Markdown # <Title> syntax. It is important to add a whitespace after the hash-symbol (#), as otherwise it would represent a cross-reference. Some special sections alter the rendered result of their content, including

• Arguments (1)
• Parameters (1)
• Attributes (1)
• Members (1)
• Raises (2)
• Returns (2)

(1): Lines beginning with <ident> [(<type>[, ...])]: are treated as argument/parameter or attribute/member declarations. Types listed inside the parenthesis (optional) are cross-linked, if possible. For attribute/member declarations, the identifier is typed in a monospace font.

(2): Lines beginning with <type>[, ...]: are treated as raise/return type declarations and the type names are cross-linked, if possible.

Lines following a name's description are considered part of the most recent documentation unless separated by another declaration or an empty line. <type> placeholders can also be tuples in the form (<type>[, ...]).

### Code Blocks

GitHub-style Markdown code-blocks with language annotations can be used.

python
>>> for i in range(100):
...



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