[Python-Dev] Libref sections to put new modules under?
Guido van Rossum
guido at python.org
Mon Mar 27 23:33:16 CEST 2006
On 3/27/06, Phillip J. Eby <pje at telecommunity.com> wrote:
> Any thoughts on where documentation for the new "contextlib" module should
> go in the library reference?
> Some candidates:
> * Program Frameworks (???)
> * Development Tools (??)
> * Python Runtime Services (?)
> * Python Language Services (??)
> * Miscellaneous Services (??)
Runtime Services is by far the best candidate. The Language services
are more for code that reads/writes Python source code or bytecode.
The others are even less likely matches. (What's development tools?)
> A similar issue exists for "ctypes" module, although I imagine an argument
> could easily be made for putting it with "Optional Operating System Services".
> wsgiref can probably go in "Internet Protocols and Support", while
> ElementTree obviously goes under "Structured Markup Processing Tools".
> What other new modules do we have going in 2.5 that haven't found a home in
> the documentation yet? I seem to recall some discussion about a decorator
> library or functools or something of that sort.
Is the with statement documented yet?
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