I would like to announce the release of a Chm compiler
package for epydoc. This package generates project files
for epydoc Html output and handles compiling (if desired).
The package contains a commandline script "gen_epydoc.py"
to quick dump a directory containing epydoc Html output to a Chm.
The package is an alpha and not heavily tested. Would be nice to get
some feedback. Especially if it works on linux (and maybe Mac, if it is
possible to run microsofts compiler on Mac), cos I have currenly no means
to test on these oses.
You will see many, many warnings when compiling. This is because
microsofts compiler expects Html files as input and currently XHtml is fed.
Microsofts Html Help Workshop should be installed (windows). Wine and
Html Help Workshop on linux. And, off course, epydoc.
Put the package somewhere on your python path and run
to dump the documentation for the package to the "doc" subdir.
Where to get it:
Either from the subversion repository:
Or as zip from here: