[Numpy-discussion] Documentation

Hassan Aurag aurag at crm.umontreal.ca
Mon Mar 13 20:20:06 CST 2000


 This is not totally related, but I'd love to see a docbook based doc 
for numpy.

 See, I am writing GmatH (http://gmath.sourceforge.net) and among 
otherb things it provides a nice GUI (I hope) to NumPy.

 Now I'd love to see a docbook based thinggy that could be added to 
the app using a gtkhtml widget (duh!).

 It'd be nice to also have a Quick help file that I could incorporate 
into the app. 



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On 3/13/00, 6:54:22 PM, Janko Hauser <jhauser at ifm.uni-kiel.de> wrote 
regarding RE: [Numpy-discussion] Documentation:


> I'm currently build a reference for NumPy and some of the other
> modules in the format of the standard python library reference. At the
> moment this is more a personal effort to get an overview which
> functions are there. I do not really write stuff myself, but bring
> information of various sources together and reformat it.

> Than I want to test some approaches to extract info for a function
> from the HTML source at the interactive commandline.

> I see this not as a replacement for the excellent PDF documentation,
> which has far more information and many examples.

> The standard latex documentation package for Python has currently a
> bug with the index generation. If this is solved I will put a HTML
> tree online, so it can be examined and criticized.

> Yust for information,

> __Janko

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