Re: how to customise gtk-doc output

On 04/12/2017 03:14 PM, jcupitt gmail com wrote:
On 12 April 2017 at 13:23, S├ębastien Wilmet <swilmet gnome org> wrote:
On Wed, Apr 05, 2017 at 10:24:00AM +0100, jcupitt gmail com wrote:
I'd like to customise the gtk-doc output for my project: I'd like a
new header, and some tracker stuff in the footer.
xslt and the configure options to gtk-doc?
I don't know how it is done on, but it should be
implemented somewhere in
Oh nice, I didn't find that, thanks! Yes, it seems they have some
fancy Python to reformat the pages.

I ended up doing something very simple. This line of Ruby:

template.at_css(".main-content").children = doc.at_css("body").children

Just takes everything inside <body> and drops it into a standard
github pages template, making (for example) this:

Reformatter here:

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We're rewriting gtk-doc into python right now. This will also turn this
more into a toolkit/library. One of the steps is to make the
headers/footers customizable. Right now they are generated by the
docbook stylesheets and this makes it slow. Feel free to file a bug an
mention what changes you did. This will help me to design this features.


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