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Generate HTML presentations from plain text sources with all the power of Sphinx.
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README.rst

Hieroglyph

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Hieroglyph is an extension for Sphinx which builds HTML presentations from ReStructured Text documents.

Installing

You can install Hieroglyph using easy_install or pip:

$ easy_install hieroglyph

You can also download the latest development version, which may contain new features. Hieroglyph supports Sphinx 1.2 and later, and Python 2.7, 3.3, and 3.4.

Using Hieroglyph

You can start a new Hieroglyph presentation using the included quickstart script:

$ hieroglyph-quickstart

This will generate the Sphinx configuration, along with an optional Makefile and batch file, with Hieroglyph enabled.

If you're on something UNIX-like (Linux, Mac OS X, etc), you can then generate your slides by running make:

$ make slides

You can also add Hieroglyph as a Sphinx extension to your existing configuration:

extensions = [
    'hieroglyph',
]

Read the documentation for all the details about using, configuring, and extending Hieroglyph.

Connect

You can connect with other Hieroglyph users and the developers via the hieroglyph-users email list (Google Groups). A Gmane archive is also available.

License

Hieroglyph is made available under a BSD license; see LICENSE for details.

Included slide CSS and JavaScript originally based on HTML 5 Slides and io-2012-slides projects licensed under the Apache Public License.

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