Use with Jupyter Notebook

In a Jupyter Notebook, with dargs.notebook.JSON(), one can render an JSON string with an Argument.

from dargs.sphinx import _test_argument
from dargs.notebook import JSON

jstr = """
{
    "test_argument": "test1",
    "test_variant": "test_variant_argument",
    "test_repeat": [
        {"test_repeat_item": false},
        {"test_repeat_item": true}
    ],
    "_comment": "This is an example data"
}
"""
JSON(jstr, _test_argument())
{
  "test_argument"test_argument:
type: str
This argument/variant is only used to test.
: "test1",
  "test_variant"test_variant:
type: str
This argument/variant is only used to test.
: "test_variant_argument",
  "test_repeat"test_repeat:
type: list
This argument/variant is only used to test.
: [
    {
      "test_repeat_item"test_repeat_item:
type: bool
This argument/variant is only used to test.
: false
    },
    {
      "test_repeat_item"test_repeat_item:
type: bool
This argument/variant is only used to test.
: true
    }
  ],
  "_comment": "This is an example data"
}

When the monse stays on an argument key, the documentation of this argument will pop up.