Source code for test_py_module.test

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Test Module for sphinx_rtd_theme."""


[docs]class Foo: """Docstring for class Foo. This text tests for the formatting of docstrings generated from output ``sphinx.ext.autodoc``. Which contain reST, but sphinx nests it in the ``<dl>``, and ``<dt>`` tags. Also, ``<tt>`` is used for class, method names and etc, but those will *always* have the ``.descname`` or ``.descclassname`` class. Normal ``<tt>`` (like the <tt> I just wrote here) needs to be shown with the same style as anything else with ````this type of markup````. It's common for programmers to give a code example inside of their docstring:: from test_py_module import Foo myclass = Foo() myclass.dothismethod('with this argument') myclass.flush() print(myclass) Here is a link to :py:meth:`capitalize`. Here is a link to :py:meth:`__init__`. """ #: Doc comment for class attribute Foo.bar. #: It can have multiple lines. bar = 1 flox = 1.5 #: Doc comment for Foo.flox. One line only. baz = 2 """Docstring for class attribute Foo.baz."""
[docs] def __init__(self, qux, spam=False): """Start the Foo. :param qux: The first argument to initialize class. :type qux: string :param spam: Spam me yes or no... :type spam: bool """ #: Doc comment for instance attribute qux. self.qux = 3 self.spam = 4 """Docstring for instance attribute spam."""
[docs] def add(self, val1, val2): """Return the added values. :param val1: First number to add. :type val1: int :param val2: Second number to add. :type val2: int :rtype: int The parameters of this method are described in the parameter list. """ return val1 + val2
[docs] def capitalize(self, myvalue): """Return a string as uppercase. :param myvalue: String to change :type myvalue: string :rtype: string """ return myvalue.upper()
[docs] def another_function(self, a, b, **kwargs): """ Here is another function. :param a: The number of green hats you own. :type a: int :param b: The number of non-green hats you own. :type b: int :param kwargs: Additional keyword arguments. Each keyword parameter should specify the name of your favorite cuisine. The values should be floats, specifying the mean price of your favorite dish in that cooking style. :type kwargs: float :returns: A 2-tuple. The first element is the mean price of all dishes across cuisines. The second element is the total number of hats you own: :math:`a + b`. :rtype: tuple :raises ValueError: When ``a`` is not an integer. .. versionadded:: 1.0 This was added in 1.0 .. versionchanged:: 2.0 This was changed in 2.0 .. deprecated:: 3.0 This is deprecated since 3.0 """ return sum(kwargs.values()) / len(kwargs), a + b
[docs]def add_numbers(a: int, b: int = 0) -> int: """Add two numbers together :param a: The first number :param b: The second number Here is some more text. """ return a + b
[docs]def subtract_numbers(a: int, b: int = 0) -> int: """Subtract two numbers :param a: The first number :param b: The second number """ return a - b