Hi, it's me again!
Just trying to find out if the bug is again between the keyboard I'm typing on and the chair I'm sitting on.
I'm on Win XP using the command line version of epydoc 3.0.
I have the following simple attempt to use epydoc (indentation differs a little here due to space restrictions):
def page_word(page, word, href):
@param page: The currently active HTML page
@type page: str
@param word: The currently active word
@type word: str
@param href: The hypertext reference to be
@type href: str
@return: A tuple (page,word), where page is the
new current HTML page to be sent to
the client browser and word is the
new current word
@rtype: A tuple (str,str)
The result is sort of what I expected with my little epydoc experience. I have not attached a file of this successful attempt.
If I then change the @return description just a little by inserting 'i.e.' between the words 'client' and 'browser' the result is what I have attached to this post.
There you can see that the @return description is cut on 'i.e.' in the upper part of the page but not at the bottom.
Should I use some kind of markup on 'i.e.' or what?
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