[Python-Dev] Get a running instance of the doc for a PR.
OpenStack does that on review.openstack.org PRs. If I recall correctly, the
CI produces files which are online on a static web server. Nothing crazy.
And it works. Old files are removed, I don't know when exactly.
I don't think that it matters where the static files are hosted.
Le dimanche 4 novembre 2018, Stephane Wirtel <stephane at wirtel.be> a ?crit :
> Hi all,
> When we receive a PR about the documentation, I think that could be
> interesting if we could have a running instance of the doc on a sub
> domain of python.org.
> For example, pr-10000-doc.python.org or whatever, but by this way the
> reviewers could see the result online.
> The workflow would be like that:
> New PR -> build the doc (done by Travis) -> publish it to a server ->
> once published, the PR is notified by "doc is available at URL".
> Once merged -> we remove the doc and the link (hello bedevere).
> I am interested by this feature and if you also interested, tell me.
> I would like discuss with Julien Palard and Ernest W. Durbin III for a
> solution as soon as possible.
> Have a nice day,
> St?phane Wirtel - https://wirtel.be - @matrixise
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