local module-docs server on Linux?

David Lyon david.lyon at preisshare.net
Tue May 5 04:52:38 CEST 2009


Hi Soumen,

You could try running the Python Package Manager that we are developing
on sourceforge.

There isn't a release yet but we have implemented two buttons inside
the program for 'Examples' and 'Documentation'.

What they do is go off and find any documentation files or example
directories for third party modules that are installed on the system.

Then, if found, they will open a web browser on any documentation
or examples directories.

In the spirit of open source you could give it a try....

svn co https://pythonpkgmgr.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pythonpkgmgr
pythonpkgmgr

Any feedback is welcome..

David

On Tue, 5 May 2009 08:00:13 +0530, Soumen banerjee <soumen08 at gmail.com>
wrote:
> Hello,
> I had used python on windows and one of the features i liked best was
> that you could start a module-docs server and then use firefox to
> access it. This would show module-docs for all modules you had
> installed(including any 3rd party installs) . How do i do this on
> linux?
> regards
> Soumen
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