Plantweb is a project that provides a command line interface, Sphinx directives and an API that allows to render powerful plain text UML diagrams, ASCII diagrams and complex graphs.
Plantweb features a local cache that prevents requesting the server for previously rendered diagrams, speeding up building documentation with lots of diagrams.
1.2.1 (Sep 18, 2019)
- Fix #15 so that directive works on Windows.
- Fix #16 so that the executable is available on Windows.
1.2.0 (Sep 18, 2019)
Bad release. Do not use it. Ups.
1.1.0 (Jul 11, 2017)
- Added documentation on how to run a PlantUML docker container to simplify deployment.
- Fix #9 passing source files to the Sphinx directive as an absolute path.
- Fix #7 source files passed as argument to the Sphinx directive failed to render correctly.
- Fixed test suite to be compatible with newer versions of Sphinx.
- Fixed several PEP8 violations.
- Improved algorithm to gather configuration for a git repository root.
- Test suite now test Python 3 with Python 3.5 instead of Python 3.4.
1.0.1 (Mar 20, 2017)
- Fix #1 that caused diagrams rendering to fail with a 404 in Windows OSes.
1.0.0 (Jun 27, 2016)
- Sphinx directives now support passing a source file as argument.
0.4.0 (Jun 23, 2016)
- Added a set of Sphinx directives
0.3.0 (Jun 22, 2016)
- Default options can now be overriden with a
.plantwebrcfile in the user home or in the git repository root.
0.2.0 (Jun 22, 2016)
- Fixed bug when calling
render_cachethat returned a non-tuple.
- Documentation was greatly improved.
0.1.0 (Jun 9, 2016)
- Initial public release.
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