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#242 A class appears on the Table of Contents but not ...

v3.0
closed-fixed
Edward Loper
5
2008-02-06
2008-01-21
Gabriel Rossetti
No

Hello,

A class appears on the Table of Contents but not in the center Submodules part when I'm in frames mode in Home, is this normal? I attached an image, if you look the DemoApp.src.listen_win32_screensaver class is missing. Now this module gave the following error when I generated the doc :

+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| In /home/me/Documents/Code/DemoApp/src/listen_win32_screensaver.py:
| Import failed (but source code parsing was successful).
| Error: ImportError: No module named win32gui (line 5)
|
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

but I thought if introspection failed (because win32gui isn't installed in linux), then parsing was used? It did generate the documentation for that class but it forgot to create the link in that center part.

I'm using the 3.0beta1 version.

Thanks,
Gabriel

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  • Edward Loper
    Edward Loper
    2008-01-28

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    This bug should be fixed in the svn head. In particular, I believe it should have been fixed by svn revision 1656. (From the changelog for that revision: "If the parser & introspector disagree about submodules, then issue a warning, and merge the two lists.") If it's possible, please check out a copy of epydoc from the svn repository, and see if the bug still exists. Thanks.

     
  • Edward Loper
    Edward Loper
    2008-01-28

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    Hello,

    yes, it was fixed, thank you for your response and great work!

    I also noticed that you interpret the __version__ and __author__ variables now, that's cool.

    best regards,
    Gabriel

     
  • Edward Loper
    Edward Loper
    2008-02-06

    • status: pending-fixed --> closed-fixed