docs html-2.3.0.tar.bz2 - is there anything yet?
mwh at python.net
Wed Jul 16 17:26:41 CEST 2003
Helmut Jarausch <jarausch at skynet.be> writes:
> I am running Python's CVS version and I would like to install
> the 2.3 version of the html documentation (as requested by Idle, e.g.)
> Is there already such a file or can it be built from XML? sources
> contained in the distribution? At least, I haven't found a configure
Hmm. You can browse it online at
but there don't seem to be tarballs of very recent docs. You can get
the 2.3b2 docs from
or you can wait a few days for the 2.3c1 docs (I think).
As you seem to be on Linux, it's not hard to build the docs from the
(LaTeX) source: try cd-ing into Doc/ and typing make. Installing all
the needed tools can be a bit annoying, but recently I've found
everything comes with the base install of (eg.) RedHat systems.
Screaming 14-year-old boys attempting to prove to each other that
they are more 3133t than j00.
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