[Numpy-discussion] draft numarray manual available
perry at stsci.edu
Wed Feb 27 15:39:04 CST 2002
> 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.
That would be great. I'd check with Janko to see if either his tools or
experience could be used to make it easier. But I'll send you the MIF
format (and perhaps some documentation on what it means).
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