On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 11:19 PM, Anthony Floyd <anthonyfloyd@...> wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 4:34 PM, Adam <keflavich@...> wrote:
>> Hi, I'm trying to make myself a set of widgets for the first time.
>> I've gotten to the point that I can draw rectangles and lines and make
>> them do the right things when re-drawing figures, zooming, etc., but
>> I'm still a little lost on some points, and I haven't found any really
>> good documentation.
>> So, first question: Where should I go for documentation first?
> As you've probably noticed, the documentation is in the middle of an
> update. Part of what has suffered while the docs are updated is the
> API documentation. The source code, however, is quite well
> documented. A good way to get access to this documentation is to get
> a hold of epydoc and run it on the matplotlib source tree. This will
> generate good local docs for you.
Thanks, I was unaware of epydoc. The new matplotlib page (which
wasn't up when I asked this question) has a lot of examples showing
exactly what I want to do, so that will probably help a lot too.