[PYTHON DOC-SIG] hello?
Thu, 08 Feb 1996 04:44:16 GMT
OK, I've been in this SIG for a whole day now!
Can I expect any traffic? I guess I'm kinda used to Matrix-SIG :)
1. Is there any significant difference b/w 1.2 and 1.3 docs? I printed a
whole swag of 1.2 docs and am loathe to redo the lot...
2. If I produce a diff on the LaTeX source for various bits of the Lib
doc (for example), who should I give it to so it'll be used?
3. What's happening wrt. a standard document format? The intro refers to
Linuxdoc and a suggestion by Bill Janseen. Where can I obtain information
on the latter?
Please, if these are obvious/common questions, then don't hesitate to
email directly to me...
I'm specifically interested in producing up-to-date doc for some of the
Library reference sections -- time for one example (detail is required -
this one looks like it was thrown together), and regex another (what
exactly _is_ a regular expression - I had to learn through trial & error
.. and hassling friends). I'd also like to `finish' anywhere else it
refers the reader to the `C function of the same name'. This is mostly
for my own use - I'm sick and tired of having to look up C references and
manual pages when the information could all be in one place...
I have _some_ spare time to devote to this. But I'd like to know that it
wouldn't be pointless...
Richard Jones, Satellite Section at the Bureau of Meteorology, Australia.
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