zzzeeksphinx 1.0.20-3 source package in Ubuntu


zzzeeksphinx (1.0.20-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload.
  * Convert git repository from git-dpm to gbp layout
  * Use debhelper-compat instead of debian/compat.
  * Drop Python 2 support.

 -- Ondřej Nový <email address hidden>  Fri, 26 Jul 2019 21:44:33 +0200

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Debian Python Modules Team on 2019-07-27
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python3-zzzeeksphinx: Zzzeek's Sphinx layout and utilities

 This layout is first and foremost pulled in for the SQLAlchemy documentation
 builds (and possibly other related projects), but is also usable as a
 standalone theme / utility set for any project.
 Features include:
  * uses Mako templates instead of Jinja, for more programmatic capabilities
    inside of templates
  * layout includes an independently scrollable sidebar
  * unique (to Sphinx) “contextual” sidebar contents that shows the current
    page in context with all sibling pages
  * modifications to autodoc which illustrate inherited classes, bases, method
    documentation illustrates if a method is only inherited from the base or
  * “dynamic base” feature that will, under ReadTheDocs, pull in optional
    .mako and .py files from the website of your choice that will serve as an
    alternate base template and a source of extra config setup, respectively,
    allowing the layout to be integrated into the layout of an external site
    when viewing on the web
  * “viewsource” extension that can provide highlighted sourcecode to any
    Python file arbitrarily
  * SQLAlchemy-specific stuff, like the [SQL] popups, the dialect info
  * scss support using pyscss