Custom documentation project for PyGTK3+
Online version available at: http://derandreas.github.com/pyGtk3Docs/output/index.html
Project was created to start learning PyGTK and have a simple documentation for easy and fast lookup of usage.
It's based on Sencha Ext2.1 with the design and look of the Ext Documentation.
The documentation is based on the GTK3+ GIR (XML) Files.
There is an outdated file of GTK3.4 in
Weekly updated GIR files can be found at
A python script converts the GIR files into custom objects and those objects can be saved to any file you wish, based on the output formatter.
For the start there is just a JSON and JSONExtTree output formatter to generate the JSON files for the ExtJs Treesystem.
After the JSON files are generated, push the "output" folder to a webserver or start a simple Python HTTP Server and open the URL in your Browser.
Converting GIR Files
The python script uses
etree to work through the XML.
Use it with the arguments:
python converter.py --help Usage: converter.py [options] Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -s SOURCE, --source=SOURCE the source GTK GIR file to convert -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT The destination file or folder -f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT The format of the output file, default JSON, possible: JSON, EXT
To generate the Docs for the ExtJs system use
python converter.py -s test/support/Gtk-3.0.xml -o output/data/ -f EXT
Open in Browser
After that you should be able to open the index.html file via HTTP (not file://). Use python's HTTPServer if there is no apache (or else) around
python -m SimpleHTTPServer
http://127.0.0.1:8000/output/index.html in your Browser
The idea is to create a github based open documentation project. Maybe with the github wiki system or simply by pull request the documentation should grow and be better. This is just an idea and there is nothing done right now, to accomplish that.
Project uses git-flow I never wrote an pyGTK application, I have no idea if this documentation is really helpful
Added License for ExtJs2.1 in the folder
I though EXT2.1 was LGPL, but it seems to be GPL.
The PyGTKDocs project itself is licensed under MIT...
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