[GRASS-dev] Re: [GRASS GIS] #151: make documentation be full text searchable: use sphinx

GRASS GIS trac at osgeo.org
Sun Aug 9 04:13:01 EDT 2009

#151: make documentation be full text searchable: use sphinx
  Reporter:  timmie       |       Owner:  epatton    
      Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  assigned   
  Priority:  major        |   Milestone:  7.0.0      
 Component:  Website      |     Version:  unspecified
Resolution:               |    Keywords:             
  Platform:  Unspecified  |         Cpu:  Unspecified
Comment (by neteler):

 I have locally converted '''most''' pages (using html2rest.py by Gerard
 Flanagan at http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~grflanagan/python-
 rattlebag/trunk/annotate/head:/src/html2rest.py ), a set of the GRASS HTML
 files fails with problems like
 reST markup error:
 gnu/docs/html/rst/source/r.coin.rst:66: (SEVERE/4) Title level

 make: *** [html] Error 1


 reST markup error:
 gnu/docs/html/rst/source/r.cost.rst:183: (SEVERE/4) Title level

 Algorithm notes
 make: *** [html] Error 1

 This indicates to some extent HTML errors in the original as well as
 Sphinx problems with the tags
 <dt> ...
 <dd> ...

 So with some effort the HTML pages could be made Sphinx compliant (perfect
 power user job).

 Here the list of failing HTML files in 6.5.svn: d.graph.rst, d.his.rst,
 d.linegraph.rst, d.mapgraph.rst, d.menu.rst, d.out.file.rst,
 d.text.freetype.rst, g.gisenv.rst, g.message.rst, grass6.rst,
 g.region.rst, i.ortho.photo.rst, m.proj.rst, ps.map.rst, r.category.rst,
 r.coin.rst, r.cost.rst, r.distance.rst, r.in.gdal.rst, r.in.xyz.rst,
 r.mfilter.fp.rst, r.mfilter.rst, r.out.gdal.rst, r.proj.rst, r.ros.rst,
 r.spreadpath.rst, r.spread.rst, r.terraflow.rst, r.tileset.rst,
 r.watershed.rst, r.what.rst, v.label.rst, v.lidar.correction.rst,
 v.lidar.edgedetection.rst, v.lidar.growing.rst, v.outlier.rst,
 v.reclass.rst, v.segment.rst, v.surf.bspline.rst.

 I've put everything online give you an impression (yes, partially messy
 but not so bad...):



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