How to Use Fossil, Sphinx and restructured Text (reST) to add to this documentation
Fossil is the Software Content Manager used in this project. Fossil is how you get the files and how the developers send files to the project
Our Fossil server URL is http://18.104.22.168:8081/wiki?name=index.wiki
Use your Unix package manager
Create a directory to hold the binary Sqlite project file. It might be called ~/projects/
fossil clone http://anonymous:email@example.com:8081/home/fossil/mecrisp-doc.fossil ~/projects/mecrisp-doc.fossil
fossil ui ~/projects/mecrisp-doc.fossil
Check Out A Local Tree (get access to all the files). First add a subdirectory to ~/projects/ let’s call it ‘mecrisp-stellaris-doc’ making the full path ‘~/projects/mecrisp-stellaris-doc/’. - cd ~/projects/mecrisp-stellaris-doc/ - fossil open ~/projects/mecrisp-stellaris.fossil
You now have a complete clone of the Mecrisp_Stellaris_UserDoc_Project files
You can update your rerpository to the latest changes on the master Repo with “fossil update”
fossil commit -m “notes about your commit”
Sphinx is a tool that makes it easy to create intelligent and beautiful documentation, written by Georg Brandl and licensed under the BSD license.
restructured Text is the formatting language used by Sphinx. It’s easy and fast to use once you are familiar with it, so I recommend reading the Quick reStructuredText link below.