[Distutils] docs/ vs doc/
barry at python.org
Tue Sep 21 13:57:15 CEST 2010
On Sep 21, 2010, at 01:35 PM, anatoly techtonik wrote:
>I see that distutils2 promotes storing documentation in docs/
>directory while Python sources use Doc/
>I'd like to see this changed before distutils2 is released beta.
What does "promotes" mean? That only docs/ can be used?
>In my projects checkouts there are 80 project that use doc/
>directories. Among these are:
>docs/ directory is used by 61 project, the most famous are:
So, almost evenly split. :)
I'm with Michael, I prefer docs/ and that's what I use for Mailman and all my
libraries. It just *seems* righter. ;)
I still don't quite know in what way distutils2 promotes docs/ but I do think
both choices need to be easily supported. Also for unittest2, since my docs/
directories just happen to also contain tests.
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