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From M Singh <>
Subject Re: [Airflow - documentation] Newbie question about correcting documentation
Date Sun, 03 Feb 2019 19:50:26 GMT
 Thanks Kamil for your help. 
I had not setup the env properly and was missing pip install -e .[devel]
    On Sunday, February 3, 2019, 2:18:08 PM EST, Kamil Breguła <>
Do you try to change something in docstring? Make sure you have airflow
installed using the command:``pip install -e .[doc]``. The -e switch is the
most important one. Without this switch, the documentation from the time of
installation will always be available for Sphinx.

Kamil Bregula

On Sun, Feb 3, 2019 at 8:11 PM M Singh <> wrote:

> Hi:
> I have checked out the lasted airflow code from git and am trying to
> correct some documentation based on the instructions on instructions
> .
> I am on the master branch have not committed the changes as yet.  git diff
> does show me the changes I've made.
> I changed to docs directory in airflow and executed the commands./
> ./start_doc_server.shHowever, when I access the documentation with the
> local server it shows the old documentation and not with the changes I've
> made.  The source code link in the docs also shows old code.  I've tried
> deleting the _build folder under docs and reexecute the above commands but
> still don't see the changes I've made.
> Please let me know what I could be missing.
> Thanks
> Mans


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