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    Sekou Diao
    @SekouDiaoNlp
    Exception occurred:
    File "/home/docs/checkouts/readthedocs.org/user_builds/mlconjug3/envs/latest/lib/python3.7/site-packages/sphinx/util/nodes.py", line 94, in apply_source_workaround
    for classifier in reversed(node.parent.traverse(nodes.classifier)):
    TypeError: 'generator' object is not reversible
    Does anyone have any idea what might be the cause of this issue? Thans.
    only this project is affected and there have been no changes to the conf.py file.
    Anthony
    @agjohnson
    SekouDiaoNlp: sounds like docutils 0.18, see readthedocs/readthedocs.org#8616
    Sekou Diao
    @SekouDiaoNlp
    thank you @agjohnson ! I will check it out.
    Sekou Diao
    @SekouDiaoNlp
    Thank you very much @agjohnson , I just made the changes mentioned in the issue and the build is now successfull. Have a great evening!
    Anthony
    @agjohnson
    glad that helped!
    ocket8888
    @ocket8888
    Or is there some way I can manage system packages for RTD such that I can make sure make is installed? It doesn't seem likely that I could do that but not be able to run make itself, though.
    cognifloyd (Jacob Floyd)
    @cognifloyd:matrix.org
    [m]
    Is there a way to configure a project so that anyone with admin access on Github automatically has admin access on readthedocs?
    Anthony
    @agjohnson
    not currently, though we're hoping to expose this feature at some point in the future. We have this to some degree on our commercial hosting, but it hasn't yet made it's way back to our community hosting
    cognifloyd (Jacob Floyd)
    @cognifloyd:matrix.org
    [m]
    I want to use readthedocs for StackStorm (girhub.com/stackstorm an open source project under the Linux Foundation umbrella) but others are concerned about having more admin accounts. Apparently they got burned when someone left and didn't transfer the YouTube channel, so they are avoiding anything that adds another account. So, I'm trying to think of a way to show them that readthedocs can be safe (no need to worry about "bus" factor). Any suggestions?
    Martin K. Scherer
    @marscher
    Anyone experiencing issues with conda envs containing pip installs? So pip is being invoked during conda env creation. For some reason on RTD the "--no-binary" flag is being passed to pip, which prohibits of course the usage of pre-compiled wheels
    I do not want to build NumPy first :D
    Sekou Diao
    @SekouDiaoNlp
    Hi all. I have a question concerning activating translations. I have a project's documentation and I am trying to publish the translated version of the doc. I already generated the pot and po files and translated the po files following this guide: https://docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/guides/manage-translations-sphinx.html all this part was succesful and running the command sphinx-build -b html -D language=fr_FR . _build/html/fr_FR locally works correctly and generates compile mo files and the new translated html documentation in the right directory. When I check the files everything is translated in French as should be.
    However when following this guide: https://docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/localization.html I am a bit confused about how to proceed. I created a new project and set the language to French and assign 'project-fr' as a translation and sub-project of 'project'. A new documentation was generated at https://pylexique.readthedocs.io/fr/latest/ but it is not translated. I am sure I am missing something or did one of the steps wrongly, but I can't seem to figure out what I did wrong.
    the original untranslated documentation is at https://pylexique.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
    Does anyone have an idea or pointers on how to fix these kind of issue? That would be aweome.
    Cheers!
    Cadair
    @cadair:cadair.com
    [m]
    so astrojuanlu is this bridged to IRC now?
    or not bothering with that?
    astrojuanlu
    @astrojuanlu:matrix.org
    [m]
    didn't bother, the Libera.chat channel doesn't have a chanops... and I didn't want to get down that rabbit hole 🤷
    Anthony
    @agjohnson
    we also don't use irc and don't point to that channel at all. we could probably make it more obvious that the irc channel is not where you go to interface with core team at all, but we also don't point to IRC anywhere either
    that channel was mostly created because we got banned from freenode
    and folks were migrating
    Cadair
    @cadair:cadair.com
    [m]
    I can understand not wanting to deal with getting OPs, but the bridge is good so could have been an easy answer.
    I don't care, they are all matrix rooms to me!
    Anthony
    @agjohnson
    hah i use irccloud, so they're all irc channels to me
    really glad gitter has that option
    Cadair
    @cadair:cadair.com
    [m]
    I used various IRC bouncers, and then matrix. Now all chats everywhere are matrix. (Seriously, I don't use anything I haven't bridged 😀)
    Rémi Verschelde
    @akien-mga
    Hello :) We have a few hundred redirects to implements for the Godot documentation after an overhaul of the table of contents and API reference, but the current web UI to implement the redirects one-by-one is quite unwieldy. Is there any way we could script this to handle a significant amount of redirects more easily?
    I see there's readthedocs/readthedocs.org#4221 which is still in discussion, and would also help us greatly if it was implemented. But lacking this, are there other options?
    astrojuanlu
    @astrojuanlu:matrix.org
    [m]
    Rémi Verschelde
    @akien-mga
    Looks like it should, thanks! We'll give it a try
    Eric Hanchrow
    @offby1
    recently https://more-itertools.readthedocs.io/en/stable/ has been displaying without any styling. I don't see any relevant-looking errors in Chrome's developer tools console; https://pyzmq.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ (to pick an example at random) looks fine. What might be wrong?
    astrojuanlu
    @astrojuanlu:matrix.org
    [m]
    hi @offby1 , I see you're tracking it in an issue more-itertools/more-itertools#580
    it could be a number of things, let me see if I can quickly see what went wrong
    Eric Hanchrow
    @offby1
    wow I have no memory of following that issue :)
    codeconfid
    @codeconfid
    Hello, is it possible to get prices of a pair - maybe even the bid and ask pice?
    Ryan Mast
    @nightlark
    Does the RTD build environment have a way to check if the build is for a PR or not, and the branch name?
    3 replies
    juanluastro
    @astrojuanlu:openastronomy.org
    [m]
    @nightlark: there's an open issue about it readthedocs/readthedocs.org#8461 please upvote it :)
    astrojuanlu
    @astrojuanlu:matrix.org
    [m]
    btw @nightlark just to be clear, I think that issue is about having a distinct environment variable, but going over the comments I don't think there are mentions of the branch name. in case you want to leave a comment to clarify your use case
    Ryan Mast
    @nightlark
    Thanks -- commented on the issue
    astrojuanlu
    @astrojuanlu:matrix.org
    [m]
    a rich-based reST renderer! https://github.com/wasi-master/rich-rst
    Dalton Smith
    @Daltz333

    Hello :) We have a few hundred redirects to implements for the Godot documentation after an overhaul of the table of contents and API reference, but the current web UI to implement the redirects one-by-one is quite unwieldy. Is there any way we could script this to handle a significant amount of redirects more easily?

    https://github.com/wpilibsuite/sphinxext-rediraffe may be useful to you

    I added some information and created a basic extension implementing PWA support. See https://github.com/readthedocs/sphinx_rtd_theme/issues/727#issuecomment-1038503108 for more info.
    tristanlatr
    @tristanlatr:matrix.org
    [m]

    Hello, I’m looking into integrating pydoctor generated html document into the readthedocs search system. Pydoctor while generating the html with Sphinx and typically outputs into a api sub folder. Ide like to know what is the specifics requirements to integrate with readthedocs server side search system. I see that Sphinx is generating .fjson files. Should we generate as many .fjson files there are objets documented? Can we place all these files into the same api folder as the html files ?

    You can also comment in this ticket twisted/pydoctor#356

    Thanks for your reply

    Pydoctor is running while generating html with Sphinx*
    tristanlatr
    @tristanlatr:matrix.org
    [m]
    More specifically, this search integration will be used for the twisted project. Any advise welcome :) thanks
    juanluastro
    @astrojuanlu:openastronomy.org
    [m]
    tristanlatr: I think you might be luckier if you open an issue on GitHub, I don't think this room is actively monitored by the project maintainers
    tristanlatr
    @tristanlatr:matrix.org
    [m]
    Thank you