Sphinx Bootstrap Theme 0.2.0 - Now with Bootswatch!
Bringing Bootswatch to Sphinx
The Bootstrap Theme for Sphinx documentation continues to evolve, and I’m pleased to announce the v0.2.0 release. The theme integrates Twitter’s Bootstrap library into Sphinx, and v0.2.0 adds new support for Bootswatch CSS extensions, which provide a lot of great new UI possibilities for your documentation. We’ve also internally updated to Bootstrap 2.3.1.
[![Theme with Bootswatch][img_demo_desk_th]][img_demo_desk] [img_demo_desk_th]: http://loose-bits.com/media/img/2013/04/10/demo_desk_th.png [img_demo_desk]: http://loose-bits.com/media/img/2013/04/10/demo_desk.png
As a preliminary note, the use of Bootswatch themes is entirely optional, and disabled by default - the project starts with a vanilla Bootstrap appearance, which you can customize to your heart’s content. To enable a specific Bootswatch theme, set the following option in your “conf.py” file:
The list of Bootswatch themes you can now try out include:
As a final note, the Bootstrap CSS files are served off of CDN, which means that if you are offline, your site will have a non-themed, vanilla Bootstrap appearance. We are considering refactoring the Bootswatch code to be available offline as well.