cmd module documentation lying?
mwh at python.net
Fri Dec 7 17:13:46 CET 2001
[I'm sending this back to the list, 'cause it might be helpful to others]
On Fri, 7 Dec 2001, pwang99c wrote:
> I'd love to contribute documentation, but i don't know how. There is
> a good bit of information on python.org/doc, but it could be fixed up
> a little and an example might not hurt. I would gladly do those.
but that's not too helpful, and
which is probably a bit overwhelming.
Do you speak TeX at all? The Python docs are in LaTeX, and are part of
the source documentation or CVS.
If you can do TeX, then great; send patches as described in
If you can't, but can find the relavent sections of the docs and can
supply words, then you can still submit a patch with little or no markup
-- I think Fred's got quite good at adding markup to verbiage by now :)
> oh, and i've submitted a bug report to David Beazley on his book.
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