The GS Quant documentation site renders the output from the Sphinx generator. The API documentation
in this site lives in the
/docs folder within the project.
Make sure you have Sphinx installed through the development version of the project.
When you have finished writing your Python function, add it to the relevant section in the docs folder, by updating gs_quant/docs/timeseries.rst and updating or creating a new reStructuredText file (.rst). See example:
Title ------- .. currentmodule:: gs_quant.package.module .. autosummary:: :toctree: functions func_1 func_2
currentmodule directive locates the Python module within the RST file. The
directive along with the
:toctree: functions directive automatically generates documentation for
the listed functions. For more details on how to use reStructuredText with Sphinx see the following
Navigate to the docs folder via your console, and run the documentation generator as follows to build the HTML output:
This will create output under the docs/_build folder. To clean the existing docs first, run the following:
If you added a new function, Sphinx will automatically create a file for it under gs_quant/docs/functions. Open the file and update the header to match the following:
function_name ================================== .. currentmodule:: gs_quant.package.module .. autofunction:: function_name
We remove the package from the title to make the documentation cleaner. If you can find a way to do this automatically, let us know! The output files are under gs_quant/docs/_build. Open index.html to view your function docs!
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