The more details you can give, the better. The tail of your
gmusicapi.log often has useful information, too.
Sphinx is used to generate the docs, and they can be built locally if you'd like to view your edits.
First, get a dev environment set up (if you're unsure, there are steps below). Then, install Sphinx:
pip install sphinx.
Building the docs requires make:
cd docs, then
If there weren't any problems, the docs are in
./build/html. You can serve them up locally with
python -m SimpleHTTPServer, then view them in your web browser at
develop branch is used for upstream integration; when in doubt, make pull requests against it.
One exception: the docs are built dynamically against the current state of
master, so doc-only improvements that still apply to the current release can use
master directly. These kind of changes usually get merged into
develop after a release.
You can do this however you like, but generally you want to use virtualenv:
$ git clone https://github.com/simon-weber/Unofficial-Google-Music-API.git
$ cd Unofficial-Google-Music-API/
$ virtualenv --no-site-packages venv-gmapi
$ source venv-gmapi/bin/activate
$ pip install -e .# this installs the package as editable; changes to the source are reflected when running
$ git checkout develop
- # hack away
$ python -m gmusicapi.test.run_tests
$ deactivate# when you're finished