On 3/27/06, Phillip J. Eby firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Any thoughts on where documentation for the new "contextlib" module should go in the library reference?
- Program Frameworks (???)
- Development Tools (??)
- Python Runtime Services (?)
- Python Language Services (??)
- Miscellaneous Services (??)
Runtime Services is by far the best candidate. The Language services are more for code that reads/writes Python source code or bytecode. The others are even less likely matches. (What's development tools?)
A similar issue exists for "ctypes" module, although I imagine an argument could easily be made for putting it with "Optional Operating System Services".
wsgiref can probably go in "Internet Protocols and Support", while ElementTree obviously goes under "Structured Markup Processing Tools".
What other new modules do we have going in 2.5 that haven't found a home in the documentation yet? I seem to recall some discussion about a decorator library or functools or something of that sort.
Is the with statement documented yet?
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