[docs] [issue11975] Fix referencing of built-in types (list, int, ...)

Éric Araujo report at bugs.python.org
Fri May 6 18:39:07 CEST 2011


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

> Intersphinx-ing of int, list, float, ... should work with
> ":class:`int`" (list, float, ...).

Is this a problem in our markup or a bug in intersphinx?  IIRC, you can use func, class, mod, method or what you want, all these roles look up objects in the same way.

> Also, intersphinx-ing list methods, e.g. ":meth:`list.insert`",
> should work.

If this work within one documentation set (as I believe it does) but not with intersphinx, it’s an intersphinx bug which should be reported to the Sphinx bug tracker on bitbucket.

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