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RFC2119 directives for Sphinx documentation

Project Description

The purpose of this sphinx extension is enable markup of requirements per the definitions in RFC 2119.

This is supported by a suite of requirement directives that correspond to the RFC 2119 keywords. There are also a suite of requirement list directives that support documenting reqiurements (that have been defined with the rfc2119 directives).

This module is in ALPHA status. Feedback / pull requests very welcome. Development occurs on GitHub:

Documentation is a bit strange - I used the directives to document what it is supposed to do. Which was handy as I made it, but probably not very readable.

Basically, add the module to your the conf.py of your repo then use the directives. They have lower case names.

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