But perhaps I have to be more precise.

In the docstring I also have a link to the reference, something of the form 
[ABC123]_. I've read something about "anonymous links", but I am not sure I 
understood the difference. I keep searching.

On Thursday, 1 December 2016 15:23:56 UTC+2, Peleg Michaeli wrote:
>
> Yes.
>
> On Thursday, 1 December 2016 14:47:28 UTC+2, Dima Pasechnik wrote:
>>
>> did you try "make doc-clean" and then rebuilding the docs?
>>
>> On Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 11:58:12 AM UTC, Peleg Michaeli wrote:
>>>
>>> I have a method, and in the docsrting of this method I have references. 
>>> I then want to alias the method. Something like this:
>>>
>>>     class Class(object):
>>>         def method(self):
>>>             r"""
>>>             REFERENCES::
>>>
>>>             .. [ABC123] A, B and C in 123, 123.
>>>             """
>>>
>>>         alias = method
>>>
>>> This freaks sphinx out, and it warns:
>>>
>>>     docstring of sage.......Class.method:123: WARNING: Duplicate 
>>> explicit target name: "abc123".
>>>
>>> Am I doing something wrong? Any better way of defining aliases?
>>>
>>> I have followed the alias of adjacency_matrix (am) defined in 
>>> generic_graph.py.
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Peleg.
>>>
>>>

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