Inline literal start-string without end-string
Sphinx build failed with the error similar to:
WARNING: Inline literal start-string without end-string.
Inline literal is a text used usually for code examples. It must start and end with double backtick
This error means you forgot to properly terminate inline literal with trailing
RetValue has missing trailing
Exit code of a process is stored in the ``RetValue variable.
RetValue by leading and trailing
Exit code of a process is stored in the ``RetValue`` variable.
More tricky example that causes this error is if you don't separate inline literal from surrounding text by whitespace.
Python ``list``s use square bracket syntax.
Normally, inline elements must be separated from the each other by the whitespace(s).
Fortunately, two inline elements without no space in-between are possible with escaping mechanism using backslash character
\. Previous example fixed:
Python ``list``\s use square bracket syntax.