[docs] [issue15949] docs.python.org not getting updated

Chris Jerdonek report at bugs.python.org
Sat Sep 22 14:54:25 CEST 2012


Chris Jerdonek added the comment:

In the future, now that a few more people know, we could always look to see what doc changes were made since the last "publication" of the docs (or run the other `make` commands locally, or ideally, beforehand in cases that warrant it).  The fact that 2.7 published and not the others should have been a tip off for me.

I wonder if `make patchcheck` could be enhanced to check for unsupported characters.

Lastly, is there a work-around for the inability to include � in the docs?  That particular difference between u.encode('replace') and bytes.decode('replace') (? vs. �) seems like an important one to me not to conflate.

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