[PYTHON DOC-SIG] New ni style example.

Mark Hammond MHammond@skippinet.com.au
Fri, 28 Feb 1997 00:25:22 +1000

All the hacks I have done have resulted in documentation for the 
win32com module.  Ive uploaded the html, for anyone to peruse if they 
are interested.

Key things to note:
* Entire manual generated by telling gendoc to document the "win32com" 
package, and specifying some "skip-modules".  All sub-modules were 
found and documented automaticaly.
* Index is still ugly, no frames, and too wide
* References can appear in the body text.
* More module names are written as links, rather than text.
* Added the "one-liner" to a few more places.

Please let me know what you think...


Mark Hammond - MHammond@skippinet.com.au 
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