Ian Bicking <ianb <at> imagescape.com> writes:
> Pudge (http://pudge.lesscode.org/) has been in a bit of a limbo lately.
> Pudge overlaps and compliments docutils. But I also think it offers a
> pragmatic way to use docutils to do what docutils was originally meant
> for -- generate useful code documentation.
> Anyway, I'm interested what people think about this.
I would rather have a good code documentation tool and other tools
to generate or transform other types of documentation.
It seems to me that we would best be served by the simplest model of
what we want to do and simple parallel projects to handle special cases.
I like the idea of single byte being the default in the main project.
People who want double bytes for Asian languages ought to have a
parallel project for doing that. I also like the idea of having one
project for documenting python code and a parallel one for restructured
I am so new to this project it is pitiful. I have also been fighting
WinXP, travel on the road, water, and air for the past 17 hours with
only 2 1/2 sleep. Please forgive me if this is all wrong. But several
different modules with a common core and groups of developers all with
a very focused interested in only their own particular area plus the
common core seems like the way to go.
Johnny Stovall http://www.drstovallfoundation.com
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