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JSON Schema renderer for Sphinx

Project description

A JSON Schema renderer for Sphinx

Installation

As simple as it can be with pip:

pip install sphinx-json-schema

Usage

Add the extension name to your conf.py:

extensions = [
   ...
   'sphinx_json_schema',
   ...
]

If necessary, add a root directory to look for json schemas:

json_schema_root_dir = os.path.join('path', 'to', 'root', 'dir')

In your documentation:

.. json-schema:: path/to/json/schema.json

The file is looked up relatively from the .rst file the directive is called in, or, if not found from the json_schema_root_dir specified in the conf.py file.

allOf, oneOf, anyOf, not support

sphinx_json_schema supports the allOf, oneOf, anyOf and not keywords. It can also parse references to other schemas. The final JSON output is the result of the operations and inclusions of other schemas. This means it can be quite long even if the original .json file is very short!

Warning

This is still experimental

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