[docs] [issue13443] wrong links and examples in the functional HOWTO
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Éric Araujo <merwok at netwok.org> added the comment:
Thanks for the fixed links amk. I think they can be fixed in the repo right now.
> I still think it's a bigger problem that the page discusses a module which
> is not available on Python 3.x - this means that a user following the page
> can't just type in the code and make it run.
It’s only one section that’s affected, so +1 to replacing its contents with just a link and short description (“the functional module does X and Y for Python 2”). Before doing that, would you have the time to contact its author and inquire about porting plans?
(BTW, the file is also inconsistent in its use of :: vs. implicit code blocks; I wonder if that affects doctest or the “hide prompts” button.)
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