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Allow numbering custom elements as figure/table/block #1858

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Jellby commented Apr 21, 2015

Add the option to have other elements (added by an extension) numbered as figure, table or code block, by specifying the attribute "figtype".

@shimizukawa shimizukawa added this to the 1.4 milestone Jul 11, 2015

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Now, we introduce new API Sphinx.add_enumerated_node to support this.
More details, please refer #2317.

Anyway, your pull request has become of the wake of the feature.
Thank you for great proposal.

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tk0miya commented Feb 14, 2016

Now, we introduce new API Sphinx.add_enumerated_node to support this.
More details, please refer #2317.

Anyway, your pull request has become of the wake of the feature.
Thank you for great proposal.

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Coming back here, I see add_enumerable_node was merged in 1.4; how is it supposed to be used? It is not documented at all from the user perspective.

eudoxos commented Oct 13, 2016

Coming back here, I see add_enumerable_node was merged in 1.4; how is it supposed to be used? It is not documented at all from the user perspective.

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