mjackson at alumni.caltech.edu
Wed Dec 7 19:38:13 CET 2005
Steven Bethard <steven.bethard at gmail.com> writes:
> skip at pobox.com wrote:
> > Iain> I like the Global Module Index in general - it allows quick access
> > Iain> to exactly what I want. I would like a minor change to it though
> > Iain> - stop words starting with a given letter rolling over to another
> > Iain> column (for example, os.path is at the foot of one column, while
> > Iain> ossaudiodev is at the head of the next), and provide links to each
> > Iain> initial letter at the top of the page.
> > I know it's not what you asked for, but give
> > http://staging.musi-cal.com/modindex/
> > a try. See if by dynamically migrating the most frequently requested
> > modules to the front of the section it becomes more manageable.
> That's pretty cool. What I don't know is how it would look after
> thousands of people using it. I know that I probably only have 10
> modules or so that I consistently need to check the docs for. Your hack
> above would conveniently place those all at the top if I was the only
> user. But are those 10 modules the same 10 modules that other folks
> need? I don't know...
> Of course, the only way to find out is to try...
Or you can just look up the module you need to write a 'bot to
constantly look up the docs for your favorite 10 modules. . . .
Mark Jackson - http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~mjackson
If it made sense, that would be a very powerful idea.
- Bruce Eric Kaplan
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