From: Jonathan Guyer <guyer@ni...> - 2007-04-07 01:51:40
Hello Ed Loper, et al.,
long time listener, first time caller...
We've been using epydoc on our FiPy project for a couple of years and
are very happy with it. The one area where we thought there was room
for improvement was in separating the content from the LaTeX markup
(I recall similar desire re: HTML/CSS expressed at PyCon'04). We got
this working well enough for our own needs about two years ago, but
never cleaned it up enough to pass back. My reward for that lethargy,
is that I got to merge the changes from 2.1 to 3.0 instead of letting
Ed do it 8^). I've now managed to pull things together so that
they're generally usable and brought them up to date with r1588 from
the epydoc svn repository.
I've posted links to our changed files and some examples of output to
There are still some issues I'm working on (there are some
discrepancies in indexing, for instance), but I'd like to know if
this is of any interest to the epydoc developers.
If these changes are accepted, then if nobody else is looking at it,
I'm willing to tackle the inherited methods issue next (our manual is
just way, way too long with all the inherited methods repeated all
over the place), and then maybe try to get dot support working.