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Epydoc is a API documentation generator for python. On their website they give instruction on how to install it. In my case I run the installation the python way: download the compressed sources, cd into it, and run:

python setup.py install

My typical use is from the command line like this:

python epydoc.py --html gx -o docs -v

Where epydoc.py is the following file:

import sys, os.path
script_path = os.path.abspath(sys.path[0])
sys.path = [p for p in sys.path if
            os.path.abspath(p) != script_path]
 
sys.path.append( '/Users/noema/Development/svn/gx' )
from epydoc.cli import cli
cli()

NOTE: In my case I use mayapy instead of python because I need Epydoc for the interpreter that comes with Maya 8.5. But for some reason it works for the standard interpreter as well.

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