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README.rst

Complete documentation: http://sphinxcontrib-needs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Introduction

Sphinx-Needs allows the definition, linking and filtering of class-like need-objects, which are by default:

  • requirements
  • specifications
  • implementations
  • test cases.

This list can be easily customized via configuration (for instance to support bugs or user stories).

A default requirement need looks like:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs/master/docs/_images/need_1.png

Layout and style of needs can be highly customized, so that a need can also look like:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs/master/docs/_images/need_2.png

Take a look into our Examples for more pictures and ideas how to use Sphinx-Needs.

For filtering and analyzing needs, Sphinx-Needs provides different, powerful possibilities:

needtable needflow needpie
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs/master/docs/_images/needtable_1.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs/master/docs/_images/needflow_1.png https://raw.githubusercontent.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs/master/docs/_images/needpie_1.png

Installation

Using pip

pip install sphinxcontrib-needs

Using sources

git clone https://github.com/useblocks/sphinxcontrib-needs
python setup.py install

Activation

Add sphinxcontrib.needs to your extensions:

extensions = ["sphinxcontrib.needs",]
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