Python docs disappointing

Aahz aahz at
Sat Aug 1 02:39:20 CEST 2009

In article <h4vnm4$jvi$1 at>, kj  < at> wrote:
>In <e22013d0-fbad-44e0-919b-ad5bb5f2ddb4 at> Carl Banks <pavlovevidence at> writes:
>>(omg you have to use a *mouse*)
>That's precisely the point.  There's a huge number of programmers out
>there who, like me, *hate* to use the mouse while they're coding.  It
>is truly disappointing to us that the developers of Python chose to
>completely disregard this constituency.

That's why I use Lynx on a local copy of the Python docs.  Next question?
Aahz (aahz at           <*>

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