[Python-Dev] Great Renaming? What is the goal?
Moshe Zadka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 27 Mar 2000 19:59:34 +0200 (IST)
Peter Funk said:
> The library documentation provides a existing logical subdivision into
> chapters, which group the library into several kinds of services.
> IMO this subdivision could be discussed and possibly revised.
> But at the moment I got the impression, that it was simply ignored.
> Why? What's so bad with it?
Ka-Ping Yee writes:
> I did look at the documentation for some guidance in arranging
> the modules, though admittedly it didn't direct me much.
Fred L. Drake, Jr. writes:
> The library reference is pretty well disorganized at this point. I
> want to improve that for the 1.6 docs.
Let me just mention where my inspirations came from: shame of shames, it
came from Perl. It's hard to use Perl's organization as is, because it
doesn't (view itself) as a general purpose langauge: so things like CGI.pm
are toplevel, and regex's are part of the syntax. However, there are a lot
of good hints there.
Moshe Zadka <email@example.com>.
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