[FRPythoneers] PythonDoc review
jafo at tummy.com
Tue Mar 28 23:25:04 MST 2000
On Mon, Mar 27, 2000 at 10:10:37AM -0700, Uche Ogbuji wrote:
>on their big push to get in a python doc standard by IPC8. I promptly
>proposed that we mostly rip-off javadoc for in-line documentation and
Lead, follow, or get out of the way... I actually originally was thinking
of using javadoc-like markup as well, but my mentions of it brought repeated
references to the Structured Text work. I personally don't care if Guido
adopts it or not, I just want something that I can use. Code reuse is
great, but I need the documentation to go with the code.
>any time soon. In the meantime fourthought has moved to Docbook for
>on-line docs and is considering a Javadoc (with a few good ideas from
>Structured Text) approach for in-line docs.
I'm afraid that I know not Docbook. I'd be interested in working on
something to do javadoc for Python after TheCLIQ though. Remember that
hacking party I've been talking about having? Sounds like a great
justification for it to me. How about April 15 at our place?
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