JuliaDoc is a Python package providing Sphinx extensions and a theme for the Julia language documentation at https://julia.readthedocs.org/. It can also be used by Julia packages to create documentation that is visually unified with the language documentation.
Usage with ReadTheDocs
In the ReadTheDocs admin page for your package's documentation:
Turn on the "Use virtualenv" option.
Under "Requirements file", enter
requirements.txtfile to your package repository's
docfolder. This will tell ReadTheDocs where to find the JuliaDoc theme and extensions.
doc.conf.pyfile, do at least the following:
import juliadoc extensions = ['juliadoc.julia', 'juliadoc.jlhelp'] html_theme_path = [juliadoc.get_theme_dir()] html_sidebars = juliadoc.default_sidebars()
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, Viral Shah, Alan Edelman, et al.
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The packaging is directly inspired by the Caktus theme for Sphinx.