Searching docs (was Re: Logging)

Gerrit Holl gerrit at nl.linux.org
Thu Dec 18 14:50:48 CET 2003


Kamus of Kadizhar wrote:
> > Did you look in the logging documentation? At the end of the 
> > current docs, there's a simple example:
> 
> Missed that.

> Is there a search on python.org that only searches docs?  That would be
> really helpful....  I keep coming up with gobs of irrelevant stuff on my
> searches.
> 
> I keep missing simple stuff like that.

Not really a search engine, but the index of the documentation can be
very useful. Also very useful is simply browsing the documentation
without looking for something specific, just to get the feeling what it
is there is.

Gerrit.

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