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Pydoc not seeing docstrings?

£可爱£侵袭症+ 提交于 2020-02-03 05:19:12
问题 Obviously I am missing something serious here. Here is my test program: """ Doc and nothing but doc """ class TestMe(object): """ class documentation goes here """ def testFunc(self): """ FunctionDoc Goes here """ print "Hello world" if __name__ =="__main__": t=TestMe() t.testFunc() I run it and it prints "Hello world", natch. But pydoc.py test.py gives this: no Python documentation found for 'test.py' Obviously I am missing something simple here, but what? --edit-- Per Vishnu's suggestion I

Relative imports require the 'package' argument

强颜欢笑 提交于 2020-01-22 13:29:09
问题 I want to use Sphinx so it can automatically generate a pydoc for my python code but I'm getting an error. What an I doing wrong? conf.py sphinx config file import sys import os from django.conf import settings os.environ['DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE'] = '../cloud_server.settings' sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath('../cloud_server/cloud_api')) views.py django file from django.contrib.auth.models import User, Group from rest_framework import viewsets from cloud_api.serializers import

Why does the python help class interpret sub-classes of the str class as module names?

亡梦爱人 提交于 2020-01-14 14:12:19
问题 When the python help function is invoked with an argument of string type, it is interpreted by pydoc.Helper.help as a request for information on the topic, symbol, keyword or module identified by the value of the string. For other arguments, help on the object itself is provided, unless the object is an instance of a subclass of str . In this latter case, the pydoc.resolve function looks for a module with a name matching the value of the object and raises an exception if none is found. To

Using help and pydoc to list python modules not working

China☆狼群 提交于 2019-12-23 19:43:48
问题 I'm trying to find out what modules I have installed for python from: this thread I've tried >>> help('modules') no Python documentation found for 'modules' >>> pydoc modules File "<stdin>", line 1 pydoc modules ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax However, this works >>> help('numpy') along with any other module I know I have installed. This does return the modules, but is there a way to fix my help documentation? from pkgutil import iter_modules for a in iter_modules(): print a Edit I installed

Viewing PyDoc with code completion

人盡茶涼 提交于 2019-12-23 15:24:30
问题 Above is PyCharm and below is Eclipse with PyDev. How do I show the PyDoc tooltip along with the autocomplete window like in Eclipse+PyDev? I've seen a few screenshots of PyCharm which show exactly this (eg. http://i.imgur.com/wIvAt.png) but I cannot figure out how to make mine work this way. I tried IDE Settings>>Editor>>Code Completion>>Auto popup documentation in ms, set it to 0, but it seems to have no effect, I still have to press Ctrl-Q to view the PyDoc. 回答1: This feature works only on

Make Sphinx generate RST class documentation from pydoc

梦想的初衷 提交于 2019-12-23 08:06:06
问题 I'm currently migrating all existing (incomplete) documentation to Sphinx. The problem is that the documentation uses Python docstrings (the module is written in C, but it probably does not matter) and the class documentation must be converted into a form usable for Sphinx. There is sphinx.ext.autodoc, but it automatically puts current docstrings to the document. I want to generate a source file in (RST) based on current docstrings, which I could then edit and improve manually. How would you

Make Sphinx generate RST class documentation from pydoc

做~自己de王妃 提交于 2019-12-23 08:05:21
问题 I'm currently migrating all existing (incomplete) documentation to Sphinx. The problem is that the documentation uses Python docstrings (the module is written in C, but it probably does not matter) and the class documentation must be converted into a form usable for Sphinx. There is sphinx.ext.autodoc, but it automatically puts current docstrings to the document. I want to generate a source file in (RST) based on current docstrings, which I could then edit and improve manually. How would you

How to generate documentation using Pydoc

隐身守侯 提交于 2019-12-23 05:02:09
问题 I need to generate documentation from comments using pydoc. What are the basic steps to do that? 回答1: If you really want to use Pydoc, you can simply do in a terminal: $ pydoc -w myproject This will generate an old-school HTML documentation from doctrings. Note that Pydoc is the module used in Python since 2.1 for the help() function. It will retrieve the docstrings which are NOT comments . You should describe your functions using docstrings. But it is a kind of old-school using Pydoc for

How to generate documentation using Pydoc

て烟熏妆下的殇ゞ 提交于 2019-12-23 05:01:54
问题 I need to generate documentation from comments using pydoc. What are the basic steps to do that? 回答1: If you really want to use Pydoc, you can simply do in a terminal: $ pydoc -w myproject This will generate an old-school HTML documentation from doctrings. Note that Pydoc is the module used in Python since 2.1 for the help() function. It will retrieve the docstrings which are NOT comments . You should describe your functions using docstrings. But it is a kind of old-school using Pydoc for

doc for __getattr__ defined attributes

孤人 提交于 2019-12-21 05:17:09
问题 I have to customize __getattr__ to call another function to read. This works well except the help(object.attr) does not work. This code is used in an interactive environment, so the help() becomes important to us. Is there a better design to achieve same features but with help() working well. 回答1: The text that is used for "help" is indeed the " __doc__ " attribute of an object. The matter is that depending on the object you have, you can't simply set the __doc__ attribute on it. If what you

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