Tried Ruby (or, "what Python *really* needs" or "perldoc!")
nick at craig-wood.com
Thu Mar 16 09:30:05 CET 2006
Jason Earl <jearl at xmission.com> wrote:
> Why don't you instead install the info version of the Python
> documentation on your server. Then you can do "info Python2.3-lib"
> and have at it.
I didn't know about that. Its very good.
Its still not all the documentation for all the installed modules
(a-la perltoc) but it is much better than I thought!
info on its own reveals these possible info packages for python
* Python2.3-api: (python2.3-api). Python/C 2.3 API Reference Manual
* Python2.3-dist: (python2.3-dist). Distributing Python Modules (2.3)
* Python2.3-ext: (python2.3-ext). Extending & Embedding Python 2.3
* Python2.3-lib: (python2.3-lib). Python 2.3 Library Reference
* Python2.3-ref: (python2.3-ref). Python 2.3 Reference Manual
* Python2.3-tut: (python2.3-tut). Python 2.3 Tutorial
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