Contributions to the documentation are much appreciated.
What is used to write the documentation?¶
This documentation is written in Sphinx, a documentation generator written in Python.
The documentation is written in reStructuredText (reST), a very easy to write plain text format, relatively similar to Markdown.
So see what the source looks like, click the Source link in the footer of this page.
Where is the documentation?¶
The reST documentation files are located in the
converse.js code repository
How to generate HTML from the source files?¶
Generate the HTML¶
After installing the dependencies, you can generate the HTML by running:
The HTMl files will be located in
make html does for you is it installs zc.buildout
which is used to install Sphinx and all its dependencies.
You’ll need to have Python and Virtualenv available on your computer.
When contributing, please don’t commit any generated html files.
Serving the documentation¶
To view the generated docs, you can run
make serve and then open
http://localhost:8000/docs/html/index.html in your browser.