From: Hancock, David (DHANCOCK) <DHANCOCK@arinc.com> - 2002-05-17 13:59:18
Please forgive a na=EFve question, but how do "class docs" differ from =
pydoc-generated HTML files in Webware (or what you can see by running =
-p 8080" and then browsing on port 8080)?
David Hancock | dhancock@... | 410-266-4384
From: F. GEIGER [mailto:fgeiger@...]=20
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2002 9:41 AM
To: Steve Freitas; Bill Eldridge
Cc: Webware Discuss
Subject: AW: [Webware-discuss] Generated class docs?
> generate such docs, and that minor tweaking needed to be done to at=20
> least get the basic docs generated. Am I wrong?
Wasn't HappyDoc the tool you're looking for?
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> Steve Freitas
> Gesendet: Freitag, 17. Mai 2002 12:25
> An: Bill Eldridge
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> Betreff: Re: [Webware-discuss] Generated class docs?
> > Steve, we just love love love them too, and have been waiting for=20
> > someone with your dedication and interest to show up and write =
> > What can we do to help? :)
> Hahaha... It's a good think you didn't mention "skill" or =
> I'm thinking you might want somebody with more than about 6 weeks of=20
> object oriented experience to do this. Maybe somebody who's actually
> written a page
> of documentation. Maybe, and I know I'm way out on a limb here,
> somebody who
> actually has a reasonable understanding of Python. :-(
> I'm using Webware to accomplish three projects at once: Further learn =
> object orientation by applying it in a 'real' application, learn=20
> Python, and learn
> my first web framework. Probably I'm not the best guy to be teaching =
> stuff to people who actually want to use it! :-)
> I was actually under the impression that there are automated proggies =
> which generate such docs, and that minor tweaking needed to be done =
> at least get the basic docs generated. Am I wrong?
> P.S. If you don't think these limitations disqualify me, keep =
> Have big pipes? SourceForge.net is looking for download mirrors. We=20
> supply the hardware. You get the recognition. Email Us:=20
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From: Edmund Lian <elian@in...> - 2002-05-17 18:12:29
>I was actually under the impression that there are automated proggies
>generate such docs, and that minor tweaking needed to be done to at least
>get the basic docs generated. Am I wrong?
I'm not familiar with Java class docs, but do try kicking up pydoc as a
HTTP server and browse through the docs via a browser. E.g., "pydoc -p
9000" starts the pydoc system on port 9000.
It's not as good as a SmallTalk class-hierarchy browser, and can't inspect
a live system, but it beats having to plough through printed listings.