dargs package

class dargs.Argument(name: str, dtype: Union[None, type, Iterable[type]], sub_fields: Optional[Iterable[Argument]] = None, sub_variants: Optional[Iterable[Variant]] = None, repeat: bool = False, optional: bool = False, default: Any = _Flags.NONE, alias: Optional[Iterable[str]] = None, extra_check: Optional[Callable[[Any], bool]] = None, doc: str = '', fold_subdoc: bool = False)[source]

Bases: object

Define possible arguments and their types and properties.

Each Argument instance contains a name and a dtype, that correspond to the key and value type of the actual argument. Additionally, it can include sub_fields and sub_variants to deal with nested dict arguments.

Parameters
namestr

The name of the current argument, i.e. the key in the arg dict.

dtypetype or list of type

The value type of the current argument, can be a list of possible types. None will be treated as NoneType

sub_fields: list of Argument, optional

If given, dtype is assumed to be dict, whose items correspond to the Argument`s in the `sub_fields list.

sub_variants: list of Variants, optional

If given, dtype is assumed to be dict, and its items are determined by the `Variant`s in the given list and the value of their flag keys.

repeat: bool, optional

If true, dtype is assume to be list of dict and each dict consists of sub fields and sub variants described above. Defaults to false.

optional: bool, optional

If true, consider the current argument to be optional in checking.

default: any value type

The default value of the argument,used in normalization.

alias: list of str

Alternative names of the current argument, used in normalization.

extra_check: callable

Additional check to be done on the value of the argument. Should be a function that takes the value and returns whether it passes.

doc: str

The doc string of the argument, used in doc generation.

fold_subdoc: bool, optional

If true, no doc will be generated for sub args.

Examples

>>> ca = Argument("base", dict, [Argument("sub", int)])
>>> ca.check({"base": {"sub1": 1}})
>>> ca.check_value({"sub1": 1})

for more detailed examples, please check the unit tests.

Attributes
I

Methods

add_subfield(name, *args, **kwargs)

Add a sub field to the current Argument.

add_subvariant(flag_name, *args, **kwargs)

Add a sub variant to the current Argument.

check(argdict[, strict])

Check whether argdict meets the structure defined in self.

check_value(value[, strict])

Check the value without the leading key.

extend_subfields(sub_fields)

Add a list of sub fields to the current Argument.

extend_subvariants(sub_variants)

Add a list of sub variants to the current Argument.

gen_doc([path])

Generate doc string for the current Argument.

normalize(argdict[, inplace, do_default, ...])

Modify argdict so that it meets the Argument structure

normalize_value(value[, inplace, ...])

Modify the value so that it meets the Argument structure

set_dtype(dtype)

Change the dtype of the current Argument.

set_repeat([repeat])

Change the repeat attribute of the current Argument.

flatten_sub

gen_doc_body

gen_doc_head

gen_doc_path

traverse

traverse_value

property I
add_subfield(name: Union[str, Argument], *args, **kwargs) Argument[source]

Add a sub field to the current Argument.

add_subvariant(flag_name: Union[str, Variant], *args, **kwargs) Variant[source]

Add a sub variant to the current Argument.

check(argdict: dict, strict: bool = False)[source]

Check whether argdict meets the structure defined in self.

Will recursively check nested dicts according to sub_fields and sub_variants. Raise an error if the check fails.

Parameters
argdict: dict

The arg dict to be checked

strict: bool, optional

If true, only keys defined in Argument are allowed.

check_value(value: Any, strict: bool = False)[source]

Check the value without the leading key.

Same as check({self.name: value}). Raise an error if the check fails.

Parameters
value: any value type

The value to be checked

strict: bool, optional

If true, only keys defined in Argument are allowed.

extend_subfields(sub_fields: Optional[Iterable[Argument]])[source]

Add a list of sub fields to the current Argument.

extend_subvariants(sub_variants: Optional[Iterable[Variant]])[source]

Add a list of sub variants to the current Argument.

flatten_sub(value: dict, path=None) Dict[str, Argument][source]
gen_doc(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]

Generate doc string for the current Argument.

gen_doc_body(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_head(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_path(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
normalize(argdict: dict, inplace: bool = False, do_default: bool = True, do_alias: bool = True, trim_pattern: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Modify argdict so that it meets the Argument structure

Normalization can add default values to optional args, substitute alias by its standard names, and discard unnecessary args following given pattern.

Parameters
argdict: dict

The arg dict to be normalized.

inplace: bool, optional

If true, modify the given dict. Otherwise return a new one.

do_default: bool, optional

Whether to add default values.

do_alias: bool, optional

Whether to transform alias names.

trim_pattern: str, optional

If given, discard keys that matches the glob pattern.

Returns
dict:

The normalized arg dict.

normalize_value(value: Any, inplace: bool = False, do_default: bool = True, do_alias: bool = True, trim_pattern: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Modify the value so that it meets the Argument structure

Same as normalize({self.name: value})[self.name].

Parameters
value: any value type

The arg value to be normalized.

inplace: bool, optional

If true, modify the given dict. Otherwise return a new one.

do_default: bool, optional

Whether to add default values.

do_alias: bool, optional

Whether to transform alias names.

trim_pattern: str, optional

If given, discard keys that matches the glob pattern.

Returns
value:

The normalized arg value.

set_dtype(dtype: Union[None, type, Iterable[type]])[source]

Change the dtype of the current Argument.

set_repeat(repeat: bool = True)[source]

Change the repeat attribute of the current Argument.

traverse(argdict: dict, key_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, value_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, ~typing.Any, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, sub_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, variant_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Variant, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, path: ~typing.Optional[~typing.List[str]] = None)[source]
traverse_value(value: ~typing.Any, key_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, value_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, ~typing.Any, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, sub_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, variant_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Variant, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, path: ~typing.Optional[~typing.List[str]] = None)[source]
class dargs.ArgumentEncoder(*, skipkeys=False, ensure_ascii=True, check_circular=True, allow_nan=True, sort_keys=False, indent=None, separators=None, default=None)[source]

Bases: JSONEncoder

Extended JSON Encoder to encode Argument object:

Examples

>>> json.dumps(some_arg, cls=ArgumentEncoder)

Methods

default(obj)

Generate a dict containing argument information, making it ready to be encoded to JSON string.

encode(o)

Return a JSON string representation of a Python data structure.

iterencode(o[, _one_shot])

Encode the given object and yield each string representation as available.

default(obj) Dict[str, Union[str, bool, List]][source]

Generate a dict containing argument information, making it ready to be encoded to JSON string.

Returns
dict: Dict

a dict containing argument information

Notes

All object in the dict should be JSON serializable.

class dargs.Variant(flag_name: str, choices: Optional[Iterable[Argument]] = None, optional: bool = False, default_tag: str = '', doc: str = '')[source]

Bases: object

Define multiple choices of possible argument sets.

Each Variant contains a flag_name and a list of choices that are represented by Argument`s. The choice is picked if its name matches the value of `flag_name in the actual arguments. The actual arguments should then be a dict containing flag_name and sub fields of the picked choice.

Parameters
flag_name: str

The name of the key to be used as the switching flag.

choices: list of Argument

A list of possible choices. Each of them should be an Argument. The name of the Argument serves as the tag in the switching flag.

optional: bool, optional

If true, the flag_name can be optional and defaults to defalut_flag.

default_tag: str, optional

Needed if optional is true.

doc: str, optional

The doc string used in document generation.

Notes

This class should only be used in sub variants of the Argument class.

Methods

add_choice(tag[, _dtype])

Add a choice Argument to the current Variant

extend_choices(choices)

Add a list of choice Arguments to the current Variant

set_default(default_tag)

Change the default tag of the current Variant.

dummy_argument

flatten_sub

gen_doc

gen_doc_flag

get_choice

add_choice(tag: ~typing.Union[str, ~dargs.dargs.Argument], _dtype: ~typing.Union[None, type, ~typing.Iterable[type]] = <class 'dict'>, *args, **kwargs) Argument[source]

Add a choice Argument to the current Variant

dummy_argument()[source]
extend_choices(choices: Optional[Iterable[Argument]])[source]

Add a list of choice Arguments to the current Variant

flatten_sub(argdict: dict, path=None) Dict[str, Argument][source]
gen_doc(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, showflag: bool = False, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_flag(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
get_choice(argdict: dict, path=None) Argument[source]
set_default(default_tag: Union[bool, str])[source]

Change the default tag of the current Variant.

Submodules

dargs.dargs module

Some (ocaml) pseudo-code here to show the intended type structure:

type args = {key: str; value: data; optional: bool; doc: str} list
and  data = 
       | Arg of dtype
       | Node of args
       | Repeat of args
       | Variant of (str * args) list

In actual implementation, We flatten this structure into on tree-like class Argument with (optional) attribute dtype, sub_fields, repeat and sub_variants to mimic the union behavior in the type structure.

Due to the complexity of Variant structure, it is implemented into a separate class Variant so that multiple choices can be handled correctly. We also need to pay special attention to flat the keys of its choices.

class dargs.dargs.Argument(name: str, dtype: Union[None, type, Iterable[type]], sub_fields: Optional[Iterable[Argument]] = None, sub_variants: Optional[Iterable[Variant]] = None, repeat: bool = False, optional: bool = False, default: Any = _Flags.NONE, alias: Optional[Iterable[str]] = None, extra_check: Optional[Callable[[Any], bool]] = None, doc: str = '', fold_subdoc: bool = False)[source]

Bases: object

Define possible arguments and their types and properties.

Each Argument instance contains a name and a dtype, that correspond to the key and value type of the actual argument. Additionally, it can include sub_fields and sub_variants to deal with nested dict arguments.

Parameters
namestr

The name of the current argument, i.e. the key in the arg dict.

dtypetype or list of type

The value type of the current argument, can be a list of possible types. None will be treated as NoneType

sub_fields: list of Argument, optional

If given, dtype is assumed to be dict, whose items correspond to the Argument`s in the `sub_fields list.

sub_variants: list of Variants, optional

If given, dtype is assumed to be dict, and its items are determined by the `Variant`s in the given list and the value of their flag keys.

repeat: bool, optional

If true, dtype is assume to be list of dict and each dict consists of sub fields and sub variants described above. Defaults to false.

optional: bool, optional

If true, consider the current argument to be optional in checking.

default: any value type

The default value of the argument,used in normalization.

alias: list of str

Alternative names of the current argument, used in normalization.

extra_check: callable

Additional check to be done on the value of the argument. Should be a function that takes the value and returns whether it passes.

doc: str

The doc string of the argument, used in doc generation.

fold_subdoc: bool, optional

If true, no doc will be generated for sub args.

Examples

>>> ca = Argument("base", dict, [Argument("sub", int)])
>>> ca.check({"base": {"sub1": 1}})
>>> ca.check_value({"sub1": 1})

for more detailed examples, please check the unit tests.

Attributes
I

Methods

add_subfield(name, *args, **kwargs)

Add a sub field to the current Argument.

add_subvariant(flag_name, *args, **kwargs)

Add a sub variant to the current Argument.

check(argdict[, strict])

Check whether argdict meets the structure defined in self.

check_value(value[, strict])

Check the value without the leading key.

extend_subfields(sub_fields)

Add a list of sub fields to the current Argument.

extend_subvariants(sub_variants)

Add a list of sub variants to the current Argument.

gen_doc([path])

Generate doc string for the current Argument.

normalize(argdict[, inplace, do_default, ...])

Modify argdict so that it meets the Argument structure

normalize_value(value[, inplace, ...])

Modify the value so that it meets the Argument structure

set_dtype(dtype)

Change the dtype of the current Argument.

set_repeat([repeat])

Change the repeat attribute of the current Argument.

flatten_sub

gen_doc_body

gen_doc_head

gen_doc_path

traverse

traverse_value

property I
add_subfield(name: Union[str, Argument], *args, **kwargs) Argument[source]

Add a sub field to the current Argument.

add_subvariant(flag_name: Union[str, Variant], *args, **kwargs) Variant[source]

Add a sub variant to the current Argument.

check(argdict: dict, strict: bool = False)[source]

Check whether argdict meets the structure defined in self.

Will recursively check nested dicts according to sub_fields and sub_variants. Raise an error if the check fails.

Parameters
argdict: dict

The arg dict to be checked

strict: bool, optional

If true, only keys defined in Argument are allowed.

check_value(value: Any, strict: bool = False)[source]

Check the value without the leading key.

Same as check({self.name: value}). Raise an error if the check fails.

Parameters
value: any value type

The value to be checked

strict: bool, optional

If true, only keys defined in Argument are allowed.

extend_subfields(sub_fields: Optional[Iterable[Argument]])[source]

Add a list of sub fields to the current Argument.

extend_subvariants(sub_variants: Optional[Iterable[Variant]])[source]

Add a list of sub variants to the current Argument.

flatten_sub(value: dict, path=None) Dict[str, Argument][source]
gen_doc(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]

Generate doc string for the current Argument.

gen_doc_body(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_head(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_path(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
normalize(argdict: dict, inplace: bool = False, do_default: bool = True, do_alias: bool = True, trim_pattern: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Modify argdict so that it meets the Argument structure

Normalization can add default values to optional args, substitute alias by its standard names, and discard unnecessary args following given pattern.

Parameters
argdict: dict

The arg dict to be normalized.

inplace: bool, optional

If true, modify the given dict. Otherwise return a new one.

do_default: bool, optional

Whether to add default values.

do_alias: bool, optional

Whether to transform alias names.

trim_pattern: str, optional

If given, discard keys that matches the glob pattern.

Returns
dict:

The normalized arg dict.

normalize_value(value: Any, inplace: bool = False, do_default: bool = True, do_alias: bool = True, trim_pattern: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Modify the value so that it meets the Argument structure

Same as normalize({self.name: value})[self.name].

Parameters
value: any value type

The arg value to be normalized.

inplace: bool, optional

If true, modify the given dict. Otherwise return a new one.

do_default: bool, optional

Whether to add default values.

do_alias: bool, optional

Whether to transform alias names.

trim_pattern: str, optional

If given, discard keys that matches the glob pattern.

Returns
value:

The normalized arg value.

set_dtype(dtype: Union[None, type, Iterable[type]])[source]

Change the dtype of the current Argument.

set_repeat(repeat: bool = True)[source]

Change the repeat attribute of the current Argument.

traverse(argdict: dict, key_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, value_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, ~typing.Any, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, sub_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, variant_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Variant, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, path: ~typing.Optional[~typing.List[str]] = None)[source]
traverse_value(value: ~typing.Any, key_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, value_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, ~typing.Any, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, sub_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Argument, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, variant_hook: ~typing.Callable[[~dargs.dargs.Variant, dict, ~typing.List[str]], None] = <function <lambda>>, path: ~typing.Optional[~typing.List[str]] = None)[source]
class dargs.dargs.ArgumentEncoder(*, skipkeys=False, ensure_ascii=True, check_circular=True, allow_nan=True, sort_keys=False, indent=None, separators=None, default=None)[source]

Bases: JSONEncoder

Extended JSON Encoder to encode Argument object:

Examples

>>> json.dumps(some_arg, cls=ArgumentEncoder)

Methods

default(obj)

Generate a dict containing argument information, making it ready to be encoded to JSON string.

encode(o)

Return a JSON string representation of a Python data structure.

iterencode(o[, _one_shot])

Encode the given object and yield each string representation as available.

default(obj) Dict[str, Union[str, bool, List]][source]

Generate a dict containing argument information, making it ready to be encoded to JSON string.

Returns
dict: Dict

a dict containing argument information

Notes

All object in the dict should be JSON serializable.

exception dargs.dargs.ArgumentError(path: Union[None, str, List[str]] = None, message: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Bases: Exception

Base error class for invalid argument values in argchecking.

exception dargs.dargs.ArgumentKeyError(path: Union[None, str, List[str]] = None, message: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Bases: ArgumentError

Error class for missing or invalid argument keys

exception dargs.dargs.ArgumentTypeError(path: Union[None, str, List[str]] = None, message: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Bases: ArgumentError

Error class for invalid argument data types

exception dargs.dargs.ArgumentValueError(path: Union[None, str, List[str]] = None, message: Optional[str] = None)[source]

Bases: ArgumentError

Error class for missing or invalid argument values

class dargs.dargs.Variant(flag_name: str, choices: Optional[Iterable[Argument]] = None, optional: bool = False, default_tag: str = '', doc: str = '')[source]

Bases: object

Define multiple choices of possible argument sets.

Each Variant contains a flag_name and a list of choices that are represented by Argument`s. The choice is picked if its name matches the value of `flag_name in the actual arguments. The actual arguments should then be a dict containing flag_name and sub fields of the picked choice.

Parameters
flag_name: str

The name of the key to be used as the switching flag.

choices: list of Argument

A list of possible choices. Each of them should be an Argument. The name of the Argument serves as the tag in the switching flag.

optional: bool, optional

If true, the flag_name can be optional and defaults to defalut_flag.

default_tag: str, optional

Needed if optional is true.

doc: str, optional

The doc string used in document generation.

Notes

This class should only be used in sub variants of the Argument class.

Methods

add_choice(tag[, _dtype])

Add a choice Argument to the current Variant

extend_choices(choices)

Add a list of choice Arguments to the current Variant

set_default(default_tag)

Change the default tag of the current Variant.

dummy_argument

flatten_sub

gen_doc

gen_doc_flag

get_choice

add_choice(tag: ~typing.Union[str, ~dargs.dargs.Argument], _dtype: ~typing.Union[None, type, ~typing.Iterable[type]] = <class 'dict'>, *args, **kwargs) Argument[source]

Add a choice Argument to the current Variant

dummy_argument()[source]
extend_choices(choices: Optional[Iterable[Argument]])[source]

Add a list of choice Arguments to the current Variant

flatten_sub(argdict: dict, path=None) Dict[str, Argument][source]
gen_doc(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, showflag: bool = False, **kwargs) str[source]
gen_doc_flag(path: Optional[List[str]] = None, **kwargs) str[source]
get_choice(argdict: dict, path=None) Argument[source]
set_default(default_tag: Union[bool, str])[source]

Change the default tag of the current Variant.

dargs.dargs.make_ref_pair(path, text=None, prefix=None)[source]
dargs.dargs.make_rst_refid(name)[source]
dargs.dargs.trim_by_pattern(argdict: dict, pattern: str, reserved: Optional[List[str]] = None, use_regex: bool = False)[source]
dargs.dargs.update_nodup(this: dict, *others: Union[dict, Iterable[tuple]], exclude: Optional[Iterable] = None, err_msg: Optional[str] = None)[source]

dargs.sphinx module

Sphinx extension.

To enable dargs Sphinx extension, add dargs.sphinx to the extensions of conf.py:

extensions = [
    'dargs.sphinx',
]

Then dargs directive will be added:

.. dargs::
   :module: dargs.sphinx
   :func: _test_argument

where _test_argument returns an Argument. A list of Argument is also accepted.

class dargs.sphinx.DargsDirective(name, arguments, options, content, lineno, content_offset, block_text, state, state_machine)[source]

Bases: Directive

dargs directive

Methods

add_name(node)

Append self.options['name'] to node['names'] if it exists.

assert_has_content()

Throw an ERROR-level DirectiveError if the directive doesn't have contents.

directive_error(level, message)

Return a DirectiveError suitable for being thrown as an exception.

debug

error

info

run

severe

warning

has_content = True

May the directive have content?

option_spec = {'func': <function unchanged>, 'module': <function unchanged>}

Mapping of option names to validator functions.

run()[source]
class dargs.sphinx.DargsDomain(env: BuildEnvironment)[source]

Bases: Domain

Dargs domain.

Includes: - dargs::argument directive - dargs::argument role

Methods

add_object_type(name, objtype)

Add an object type.

check_consistency()

Do consistency checks (experimental).

clear_doc(docname)

Remove traces of a document in the domain-specific inventories.

directive(name)

Return a directive adapter class that always gives the registered directive its full name ('domain:name') as self.name.

get_enumerable_node_type(node)

Get type of enumerable nodes (experimental).

get_full_qualified_name(node)

Return full qualified name for given node.

get_objects()

Return an iterable of "object descriptions".

get_type_name(type[, primary])

Return full name for given ObjType.

merge_domaindata(docnames, otherdata)

Merge in data regarding docnames from a different domaindata inventory (coming from a subprocess in parallel builds).

process_doc(env, docname, document)

Process a document after it is read by the environment.

process_field_xref(pnode)

Process a pending xref created in a doc field.

resolve_any_xref(env, fromdocname, builder, ...)

Resolve the pending_xref node with the given target.

resolve_xref(env, fromdocname, builder, typ, ...)

Resolve cross-references.

role(name)

Return a role adapter function that always gives the registered role its full name ('domain:name') as the first argument.

setup()

Set up domain object.

data: Dict

data value

directives: Dict[str, Any] = {'argument': <class 'dargs.sphinx.DargsObject'>}

directive name -> directive class

initial_data: Dict = {'arguments': {}}

data value for a fresh environment

label = 'dargs'

domain label: longer, more descriptive (used in messages)

name = 'dargs'

domain name: should be short, but unique

object_types: Dict[str, ObjType] = {'argument': <sphinx.domains.ObjType object>}

type (usually directive) name -> ObjType instance

resolve_xref(env, fromdocname, builder, typ, target, node, contnode)[source]

Resolve cross-references.

roles: Dict[str, Union[Callable[[str, str, str, int, Inliner, Dict[str, Any], List[str]], Tuple[List[Node], List[system_message]]], XRefRole]] = {'argument': <sphinx.roles.XRefRole object>}

role name -> role callable

class dargs.sphinx.DargsObject(name, arguments, options, content, lineno, content_offset, block_text, state, state_machine)[source]

Bases: ObjectDescription

dargs::argument directive.

This directive creates a signature node for an argument.

Attributes
config

Reference to the Config object.

domain
env

Reference to the BuildEnvironment object.

indexnode
objtype

Methods

add_name(node)

Append self.options['name'] to node['names'] if it exists.

add_target_and_index(name, sig, signode)

Add cross-reference IDs and entries to self.indexnode, if applicable.

after_content()

Called after parsing content.

assert_has_content()

Throw an ERROR-level DirectiveError if the directive doesn't have contents.

before_content()

Called before parsing content.

directive_error(level, message)

Return a DirectiveError suitable for being thrown as an exception.

get_location()

Get current location info for logging.

get_signatures()

Retrieve the signatures to document from the directive arguments.

get_source_info()

Get source and line number.

handle_signature(sig, signode)

Parse the signature sig into individual nodes and append them to signode.

run()

Main directive entry function, called by docutils upon encountering the directive.

set_source_info(node)

Set source and line number to the node.

transform_content(contentnode)

Called after creating the content through nested parsing, but before the object-description-transform event is emitted, and before the info-fields are transformed.

debug

error

get_field_type_map

info

severe

warning

add_target_and_index(name, sig, signode)[source]

Add cross-reference IDs and entries to self.indexnode, if applicable.

name is whatever handle_signature() returned.

handle_signature(sig, signode)[source]

Parse the signature sig into individual nodes and append them to signode. If ValueError is raised, parsing is aborted and the whole sig is put into a single desc_name node.

The return value should be a value that identifies the object. It is passed to add_target_and_index() unchanged, and otherwise only used to skip duplicates.

option_spec: Dict[str, Callable[[str], Any]] = {'path': <function unchanged>}

Mapping of option names to validator functions.

dargs.sphinx.setup(app)[source]

Setup sphinx app.