This section provides an overview of scripts used by the OpenStack documentation project, writers and developers, grouped by components they are part of.
openstackdocstheme is a theme and extension support for Sphinx documentation that is published to docs.openstack.org. It provides an external link helper to automatically build links that change when branches are created for each release series.
For more information, see External Link Helper.
The oslo.config library provides two extensions, a configuration documentation directive and a configuration generator hook.
The oslo.policy library provides two extensions, a policy documentation directive and a policy generator hook.
For more information, see Sphinx Oslo Sample Policy Generation.
The cliff framework provides a directive to document multiple commands.
For more information, see Sphinx Integration for cliff.
The stevedore library provides a single directive for listing plugins for an entrypoint.
For more information, see Sphinx Integration for stevedore.
Contains scripts for building documents in the
openstack-manualsrepository. Used inside the tox environments.
Several scripts currently reside in the openstack-manuals repository. It may be
beneficial to consolidate these into the
Synchronizes the Glossary, common files, and some translations across multiple repositories, including
Publishdocs job uses this script to publish documentation to https://docs.openstack.org/.
openstack-doc-toolsmust be released so it can be pinned in requirements files, enabling automation to work across repositories.
There are many undocumented synchronizations (automated and manual) between the various documentation repositories. These should be documented.
There are several jobs that must be run regularly, for example, updating the
sitemap.xmlfile and the command line configuration reference. These should be documented.
Some manual jobs should be automated. For example, the
sitemap.xmlfile should be automatically updated by the Gerritbot.