From: Simon Burton <simon@ar...> - 2005-07-11 02:06:34
On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 14:26:51 +0200
Reinhard Mueller <reinhard.mueller@...> wrote:
> I sent the mail quoted below to edloper at gradient dot cis dot upenn
> dot edu more than a month ago, but I didn't receive any reaction so far.
> Is the epydoc project still alive at all? Is this list the right place
> to ask such questions?
I am in a similar situation; we have adopted epydoc at our company 
and have been modifying the code to be able to deal with latex math
expressions. It seems that epydoc is the best tool around for doing
what it does (docstring extraction for api docs), and lots of people use
it (eg. the twisted folk).
> As epydoc has helped us a lot in the past, I would be willing (and able)
> to donate some manpower to epydoc (I represent a company). So I would
> appreciate your feedback on whether you would accept and incorporate
> patches to epydoc that solve the above points.
Yes, you bring up some good points. We are also prepared to work on
epydoc and contribute patches.
Simon Burton, B.Sc.
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