On having gtk-doc documentation enabled in a bindings release

hi all, I hope this is a correct place for this question.  I'm the
maintainer for the nautilus-python bindings and have recently made a
release that is gtk-doc enabled.  Meaning, when you add
--enable-gtk-doc to configure/autogen.sh, it generates html
documentation and installs it to the standard gtk-doc folder on your

I'd like to have gtk-doc enabled whenever I do an official release,
but I can't seem to get it to work.  If I do:

$ sh autogen.sh --enable-gtk-doc && make && make install && make distcheck

then that generates the docs but doesn't install the html files into
the tarball.

FYI, the only python bindings project I've seen that distributes its
tarball with the html docs is pygobject (and maybe pygtk, not sure),
and I can't figure out what they are doing that I'm not doing.  Should
I change the command above somehow, or is it some setting in

Here is the source code: http://git.gnome.org/browse/nautilus-python/


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