No man pages? (was Re: More random python observations from a perl programmer)
jpl at digex.net.nospamplease
Thu Aug 19 21:35:02 CEST 1999
On Thu, Aug 19, 1999 at 11:48:02AM -0700, Tom Christiansen wrote:
> In comp.lang.python,
> drew_csillag at geocities.com writes:
> :There are the python manuals which are excellent, available at:
> :http://www.python.org/doc/ (linked to from the homepage)
> :available in your choice of HTML, PostSript, PDF, Info, LaTeX and
> :windows help.
> The fact that they did icky windows help and not man pages says
> something significant.
What's all this about no Python manpages?
$ man python
Reformatting page. Wait... done
Misc. Reference Manual Pages PYTHON(10 April, 1998)
python - an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented pro-
Did this change relatively recently? I'm running v1.5.2.
- John Landahl / jpl at digex.net
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