Building the documentation
You can use Sphinx to generate the full documentation in various formats (including HTML or PDF) yourself, as described in the following.
First, I will assume that you downloaded the [TeNPySource] repository with:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/tenpy/tenpy
This includes the [TeNPyNotebooks] as a git submodule; you might need to git submodule update if it is out of date.
Building the documentation requires a few more packages (including Sphinx). The recommended way is to create a separate conda environment for it with:
conda env create -f doc/environment.yml # make sure to use the file from the doc/ subfolder!
conda activate tenpydoc
Alternatively, you can use pip and
pip install -r doc/requirements.txt, but this will not be able to install
all dependencies: some packages like Graphviz are not available from pip alone.
Afterwards, simply go to the folder
doc/ and run the following command:
This should generate the html documentation in the folder doc/sphinx_build/html.
Open this folder (or to be precise: the file index.html in it) in your webbrowser
and enjoy this and other documentation beautifully rendered, with cross links, math formulas
and even a search function.
Other output formats are available as other make targets, e.g.,
Building the documentation with sphinx requires loading the TeNPy modules. The conf.py adjusts the python sys.path to include the /tenpy folder from root directory of the git repository. It will not use the cython-compiled parts.