Awesome, thanks for the quick response!
On 3/23/06, Edward Loper <edloper@...> wrote:
> Tim Van Steenburgh wrote:
> > Had my first experience with epydoc today, using 3.0. Ran the GUI tool
> > wth default options to create html docs for a single py file. The firs=
> > character of every line in my docstrings has been truncated in the html
> > output. Google didn't help me this time. Any ideas?
> Yeah, this is caused by a bug in epydoc 3.0 alpha's handling of systems
> that use CRLF for newline. It's fixed in subversion.
> If you're comfortable with it, I'd recommend getting epydoc from
> subversion for now -- there have been a lot of other bug fixes too (as
> well as some new features). Epydoc 3.0 involved a lot of changes from
> epydoc 2, and is still very much an alpha release.
> Otherwise, you could wait for the next alpha (or beta) release, or just
> use epydoc 2 for now.
> p.s., If you'd prefer a quick fix, replace 'r' with 'rU' in line 517 or
> - module_file =3D codecs.open(module_doc.filename, 'r', encoding)
> + module_file =3D codecs.open(module_doc.filename, 'rU', encoding)