[docs] [issue26366] Use “.. versionadded” over “.. versionchanged” where appropriate
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Mon Feb 15 10:49:23 EST 2016
New submission from Tony R.:
In the documentation, I noticed several uses of ``.. versionchanged::`` that described things which had been added.
I love Python, and its documentation, and I wanted to contribute. So, I figured a low-risk contribution would be to change ``.. versionchanged::`` to “.. versionadded” where appropriate. (I also tweaked the descriptions accordingly. E.g., “Added the *x* argument” became “The *x* argument”, because it’s unnecessary to say “added” in a description under “.. versionadded”.)
I did also make a few unrelated tweaks along the way--all very minor, and related to phrasing or formatting.
Please let me know if I can do anything else to get this merged!
assignee: docs at python
nosy: Tony R., docs at python
title: Use “.. versionadded” over “.. versionchanged” where appropriate
Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file41929/_docs-version-markup.patch
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