[docs] [issue10446] pydoc3 links to 2.x library reference

Éric Araujo report at bugs.python.org
Thu Nov 18 05:26:45 CET 2010

Éric Araujo <merwok at netwok.org> added the comment:

>> 1) I assume you have checked that this code does not produce two newlines (one in the string,
>> one from the print function or write method):

> Yes, it should be clear from the output that I presented above.
Okay, I had missed that.

> I think TextDoc.indent() takes care of the trailing '\n'.
What is take care?  Removing it?

> That won't work for maintenance branches. (I am not even sure docs are
> built for maintenance branches.)
3.1 and 2.7 docs are rebuilt.

> I am not so sure about micro-version
There is only one version* directive which uses a micro number.  It’s a bit unfortunate.

> If there was say latest/X.Y, I would use that.  Wait -
> there is: docs.python.org/X.Y.  Would you prefer that?
My point was that people used 2.7 docs even when developing for 2.6.


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