Demo Docs

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Last Reviewed:2013-10-29

Contents:

Maaaaath!

This is a test. Here is an equation: . Here is another:

Giant tables

Header 1 Header 2 Header 3 Header 1 Header 2 Header 3 Header 1 Header 2 Header 3 Header 1 Header 2 Header 3
body row 1 column 2 column 3 body row 1 column 2 column 3 body row 1 column 2 column 3 body row 1 column 2 column 3
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Optional parameter args

At this point optional parameters cannot be generated from code. However, some projects will manually do it, like so:

This example comes from django-payments module docs.

class payments.dotpay.DotpayProvider(seller_id, pin[, channel=0[, lock=False], lang='pl'])

This backend implements payments using a popular Polish gateway, Dotpay.pl.

Due to API limitations there is no support for transferring purchased items.

Parameters:
  • seller_id – Seller ID assigned by Dotpay
  • pin – PIN assigned by Dotpay
  • channel – Default payment channel (consult reference guide)
  • lang – UI language
  • lock – Whether to disable channels other than the default selected above

Code test

# parsed-literal test
curl -O http://someurl/release-1.tar-gz
{
"windows": [
    {
    "panes": [
        {
        "shell_command": [
            "echo 'did you know'",
            "echo 'you can inline'"
        ]
        },
        {
        "shell_command": "echo 'single commands'"
        },
        "echo 'for panes'"
    ],
    "window_name": "long form"
    }
],
"session_name": "shorthands"
}

Code with Sidebar

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Test Module for sphinx_rtd_theme."""


class Foo:

    r"""Docstring for class Foo.

    This text tests for the formatting of docstrings generated from output
    ``sphinx.ext.autodoc``. Which contain reST, but sphinx nests it in the
    ``<dl>``, and ``<dt>`` tags. Also, ``<tt>`` is used for class, method names
    and etc, but those will *always* have the ``.descname`` or
    ``.descclassname`` class.

    Normal ``<tt>`` (like the <tt> I just wrote here) needs to be shown with
    the same style as anything else with ````this type of markup````.

    It's common for programmers to give a code example inside of their
    docstring::

        from test_py_module import Foo

        myclass = Foo()
        myclass.dothismethod('with this argument')
        myclass.flush()

        print(myclass)


    Here is a link to :py:meth:`capitalize`.
    Here is a link to :py:meth:`__init__`.

    """

    #: Doc comment for class attribute Foo.bar.
    #: It can have multiple lines.
    bar = 1

    flox = 1.5   #: Doc comment for Foo.flox. One line only.

Boxes

Tip

Equations within a note .

Note

Equations within a note .

Danger

Equations within a note .

Warning

Equations within a note .

Inline code and references

reStructuredText is a markup language. It can use roles and declarations to turn reST into HTML.

In reST, *hello world* becomes <em>hello world</em>. This is because a library called Docutils was able to parse the reST and use a Writer to output it that way.

If I type ``an inline literal`` it will wrap it in <tt>. You can see more details on the Inline Markup on the Docutils homepage.

Also with sphinx.ext.autodoc, which I use in the demo, I can link to test_py_module.test.Foo. It will link you right my code documentation for it.

Note

Every other line in this table will have white text on a white background.
This is bad.
Example
Thing1
Thing2
Thing3

Emphasized lines with line numbers

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def some_function():
    interesting = False
    print 'This line is highlighted.'
    print 'This one is not...'
    print '...but this one is.'

Citation

Here I am making a citation [1], another [2] and another [3]

[1]This is the citation I made, let’s make this extremely long so that we can tell that it doesn’t follow the normal responsive table stuff.
[2]This citation has some code blocks in it, maybe some bold and italics too. Heck, lets put a link to a meta citation [3] too.
[3](1, 2) This citation will have two backlinks.

Images

../../../_images/yi_jing_01_chien.jpg

This is a caption for a figure.