[docs] [issue22558] Missing doc links to source code for Python-coded modules.
Terry J. Reedy
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Sat Jun 11 15:27:32 EDT 2016
Terry J. Reedy added the comment:
I committed the excellent patch. It should appear in the upcoming 3.5 and 3.6 releases, and within a day online. Thanks to both package author and also to reviewers. I would like to see more patches like this.
I reverted the deletion of version added in mock examples. It is a separate page, so the reminder is not inappropriate.
Minor nit: Yoni, you 'forgot' to run "python tools/scripts/patchcheck.py" on a patched repository. Not too surprisingly, the editing left trailing whitespace that needed to be removed. See the devguide for more.
A possible follow-on. Some of the packages that document contained modules do so on the main page rather than in separate pages. If the source link is to the package __init__, rather than to the package directory, then it would be appropriate to add links to the module sections. The particular example I am thinking of is importlib, where we linked to .__init__. There may be another. Multiprocessing is not, because we linked to the directory.
resolution: -> fixed
stage: commit review -> resolved
status: open -> closed
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