[PYTHON DOC-SIG] Structured Text Module
Mon, 05 Aug 1996 15:58:26 -0400
Some time ago I told some folks about a module I have for converting
structured text to HTML. I suggested that this would be useful
when generating documentation for python modules. Well, I'm finally
getting around to releasing it. To find out about the structured text
Or you can get the module itself at:
I wrote this while working on my own module documentation tool,
I'm releasing this both as an example of using StructuredText and as a
source of ideas for improving gendoc. Some ideas perhaps worth
- A first cut at supporting built-in types. This is not much
use without my meta-type module or MESS.
- Use of meta-data alone. No parsing of python code is done.
This is important if we want to document built-in modules.
And I do.
- Use of structured text to provide pretty rich text formatting
capabilities while keeping the text readable.
Jim Fulton Digital Creations
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