[Numpy-discussion] draft numarray manual available

Jochen Küpper jochen at unc.edu
Wed Feb 27 09:07:05 CST 2002


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On Wed, 27 Feb 2002 11:05:59 -0500 Perry Greenfield wrote:

Perry> If you would do that it would be a great help (presuming you
Perry> can access the current format...other than retyping it!)  It is
Perry> currently in Framemaker format (that's what the original
Perry> Numeric manual was in).

Framemake, huh:) Never used that...  It shouldn't be too bad to put
the raw ASCII into python-style LaTeX.  But if you can create SGML one
could try to use sgml2tex or similar to preserve the basic formatting.

I am a little busy right now and will be out of town next week, but
propose to do the work to get the doc converted after that
(mid-March). If you could send me the sgml I could try out whether it
actually helps or we have to go the raw-ASCII route.

Greetings,
Jochen
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