This repository contains the source files of Godot Engine’s documentation, in reStructuredText markup language (reST).
To browse the documentation offline, you can use the mirror of the documentation hosted on DevDocs. To enable offline browsing on DevDocs, you need to:
- Click the three dots in the top-left corner, choose Preferences.
- Enable the desired version of the Godot documentation by checking the box next to it in the sidebar.
- Click the three dots in the top-left corner, choose Offline data.
- Click the Install link next to the Godot documentation.
You can also download an HTML copy for offline reading (updated every Monday). Extract the ZIP archive then open the top-level
index.html in a web browser.
For mobile devices or e-readers, you can also download an ePub copy for offline reading (updated every Monday). Extract the ZIP archive then open the
GodotEngine.epub file in an e-book reader application.
The Godot documentation uses the default
sphinx_rtd_theme with many customizations applied on top. It will automatically switch between the light and dark theme depending on your browser/OS’ theming preference.
If you use Firefox and wish to use the dark theme regardless of your OS configuration, you can install the Dark Website Forcer add-on.
All contributors are welcome to help on the Godot documentation.
To get started, head to the Contributing section of the online manual. There, you will find all the information you need to write and submit changes.
Here are some quick links to the areas you might be interested in:
- Contributing to the online manual
- Contributing to the class reference
- Content guidelines
- Writing guidelines
- Building the manual
- Translating the documentation
At the exception of the
classes/ folder, all the content of this repository is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license (CC BY 3.0) and is to be attributed to “Juan Linietsky, Ariel Manzur and the Godot community”. See LICENSE.txt for details.
The files in the
classes/ folder are derived from Godot’s main source repository and are distributed under the MIT license, with the same authors as above.