[Doc-SIG] htmldoc.py and inspect.py

Paul Prescod paul@prescod.net
Wed, 31 May 2000 00:54:08 -0500

will wrote:
> If you look at the way it's structured right now, all the HTML is
> localized into functions in htmldoc.py.  So you could easily take
> that, copy, paste, munge, mangle and coerce into xmldoc.py or any
> other output.

That's a slightly different issue. I'm talking about allowing varying
*inputs*: docstrings that use various internal syntaxes.

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having the foundations of his edifice shaken after the work is 
finished.  I have been placed in this position by a letter from 
Mr. Bertrand Russell..." 
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