On Feb 4, 9:10 pm, Ryan Freckleton <ryan.freckle...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 12:16 PM, Bernhard Leiner <
> mailinglists.blei...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > As some of you know, I have been working for a ReStructuredText plugin
> > for pida since a while.
> >http://bitbucket.org/bernh/pida-rst-plugin/
> > It's now pretty stable and I'm fairly sure that it won't eat your data
> > if you try it. It works out of the box for plain rst files and basic
> > Sphinx projects (which includes the PIDA documentation itself).
> > As soon as you like to use Sphinx extensions some work is required:
> > Create a "rst" directory inside the project specific .pida-metadata
> > directory and place a rst.json file inside. It should look like this:
> > {
> >  "sphinx": true,
> >  "basedir": "/path/to/sphinx/project",
> >  "builddir": "_build"
> > }
> > basedir it the directory that contains the Sphinx conf.py
> > Some GUI support for creating this config data is on top of my TODO
> > list but I have found no easy way to do this. Suggestions?
> Very nice!
> I don't have any direct thoughts on GUI configuration -- perhaps just a tree
> view of key-value pairs for now? The project that I'm working on (Java
> support for PIDA) will likely eventually need something similar.
> We may want to look into adding a JSON schema for the PIDA conifguration
> file...that may make adding a GUI for configuration data easier...

we have some kind of system already in place for options
currently we are rewriting the data proxy idea and while we are on it
we should integrate per-project options we could configure on the

> An interesting problem that I'll try to chew on some more.
> Cheers,
> =====
> --Ryan E. Freckleton

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