Pandokia contains some programming tools that were convenient to dump into this project. These are not necessarily related to testing.
pdk_sphinxweb searches for sphinx documents nested below the current directory. A directory might contain a sphinx document if one of these conditions is true:
- it is named “doc”
- it is named “docs”
- it contains a file named “.this_is_a_sphinx_doc”
In order for the document to be built, the directory must not contain a file named “no_auto_build” and must contain a file named “Makefile”.
Invoke pdk_sphinxweb with the name of the directory where you want the built documents installed:
It will find things that look like sphinx documents in the current directory, attempt to build them as HTML and PDF, and place the results in the output directory. When finished, it will construct index.shtml with document titles, links to HTML and PDF documents, and links to HTML and PDF build logs.
If the output_directory already contains header.html or footer.html, those files will be included in the index.shtml file. Otherwise, you get a bare table, which any reasonable web browser will be able to display.
xtname this is a window title
to set the title of an xterm from your shell prompt.
Pandokia contains a table generator that it uses to produce the tables on the web page. tbconv reads standard input in one of a few different table formats then displays the table on standard output in one of a few different table formats.
- csv - CSV files; uses the python csv module
- rst - reStructuredText; only knows Simple tables, not Grid tables
- tabs - columns are separated by tab characters
- trac_wiki - table format used by track wiki ( can also specify as “tw” )
output formats are the same as input formats, plus:
- html - HTML